Publications

“It is in collectivities that we find reservoirs of hope and optimism.”

― Angela Y. Davis

David Rozas. P2P Models Geek Sociologist

David Rozas

Geeky Sociologist

Complutense University of Madrid, Spain
University of Surrey, United Kingdom

FREE/LIBRE OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE · COMMONS-BASED PEER PRODUCTION · SCIENCE ABD TECHNOLOGY STUDIES · ORGANISATIONAL THEORY · DECENTRALISED TECHNOLOGIES · DIGITAL SOCIOLOGY

David Rozas is a postdoctoral researcher at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain), currently involved in the P2P Models project. David’s previous research as a PhD student at the University of Surrey (UK) focussed on individual involvement and group dynamics of Commons-Based Peer Production communities, studying the Free/Libre Open Source Software community Drupal, in the context of the FP7 EU project P2Pvalue.

David Rozas other publications on P2P Models

Do blockchain technologies have the potential to expand and scale up global cooperative and commoning practices?20220728150341
Blockchain-based application at a governmental level: disruption or illusion? The case of Estonia20220412163238
Exploring Organization through Contributions: using Activity Theory for the Study of Contemporary Digital Labour Practices20211021125346
The platform belongs to those who work on it! Co-designing worker-centric task distribution models20210915115844
Analysis of the Potentials of Blockchain for the Governance of Global Digital Commons20210505113132
Integration of Ontologies with Decentralized Autonomous Organizations Development: A Systematic Literature Review20210401173743
Loosen control without loosing control: Formalization and decentralization within common-based peer production20201110152033
Affordances of Decentralised Technologies for Commons-based Governance of Shared Technical Infrastructure20201025185640
Scanning the European ecosystem of distributed ledger technologies for social and public good20201008181401
Maintaining an affective commons through events: a practice-based study of three collaborative communities20200117183541
Potentialities and limitations of blockchain technologies in the governance of social enterprise collectives: the case of Smart Ibérica20190629142259
Talk is Silver, Code is Gold? Beyond ‘Object-Centric’ Notions of Contribution in Peer Production20181107162834
When Ostrom Meets Blockchain: Exploring the Potentials of Blockchain for Commons Governance20180709162826
Ostrom’s crypto-principles? Towards a commons-based approach for the use of Blockchain technologies for self-governance20180531180702