Peer-reviewed journal articles
Rozas, D. (2020). Affordances of decentralised technologies for commons-based governance of shared technical infrastructure. Prospectives, 1, 1, Bartlett School of Architecture, University College of London (2020).
Hassan, S. & Rozas, D. (2020). Research informing policy: an analysis of an emerging blockchain-enabled collaborative economy. In A. Pólvora, A.Hakami & E. Bol. (Eds.), Scanning the European Ecosystem of Distributed Ledger Technologies for Social and Public Good: What, Why, Where, How, and Ways to Move Forward. EUR 30364 EN, Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, 2020, ISBN 978-92-76-21578-3, doi:10.2760/802653, JRC121675.2760/802653, JRC121675.
Rozas, D., & Huckle, S. (2020). Exploring organisation through contributions: using Activity Theory for the study of contemporary digital labour practices. In G. Symon, K. Pritchard & C. Hine (Eds.), Research Methods for Digital Work and Organization: Investigating distributed, multi-modal and mobile work. Oxford University Press (forthcoming).
Peer-reviewed conference papers, proceedings and abstracts
Rozas, D., Resch, B., & Díaz-Molina, S. (2020). Maintaining an affective commons through events: a practice-based study of three collaborative communities. 4th Dauphine Phenomenology Workshop. Experiencing Commons and Communalization: Feeling, Emotion and Affect in the Common Good, (Paris, 25/09/2020).Extended abstract
Rozas, D., & Díaz-Molina, S. (2019). Potentialities and Limitations of Blockchain Technologies in the Governance of Social Enterprise Collectives: The Case of Smart Ibérica. 7th EMES International Research Conference (Sheffield, 25/06/2019).Extended abstract
Rozas, D., Tenorio-Fornés, A., & Hassan, S. (2018). Ostrom’s crypto-principles? Towards a commons-based approach for the use of Blockchain technologies for self-governance. Science, politics, activism and citizenship. Joint meeting of Redes CTS & Catalan Society for the History of Science and Technology (Valencia, 31/05/2018).Abstract
Rozas, D. (2016). Talk is silver, code is gold? Contribution beyond source code in Free/Libre Open Source Software communities. In (Un)Making Europe: Capitalism, Solidarities, Subjectivities. Academic Journal Writing: Developing a Publishing Strategy. European Sociological Association PhD summer school 2016 (Lisbon, 21/06/2016).Conference paper
Rozas, D., Gilbert, N., & Hodkinson, P. (2015b). Drupal as a runaway object: conceptualisation of peer production activities through Activity Theory. In Organizations and the Examined Life: Reason, Reflexivity and Responsibility, 31st EGOS (European Group for Organizational Studies) Colloquium, (Athens, 04/07/2015).Conference paper , Source (LaTeX)
Rozas, D., Gilbert, N., & Hodkinson, P. (2015). Contribution beyond source code in Free/Libre Open Source Software: the role of affective labour in the Drupal community. In Societies in Transition: Progression or Regression?, BSA 2015 Annual Conference (pp.73-74). British Sociological Association.Abstract , Source (LaTeX)
Rozas, D. (2014). Drupal as a Commons-Based Peer Production community: a sociological perspective. In Proceedings of The International Symposium on Open Collaboration (OpenSym '14). ACM, New York, NY, USA, Pages 36, 2 pages. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1145/2641580.2641624.Rozas2014 , Source (LaTeX)