(Forthcoming) Digital Citizenship in White Paper on Digital and Complex Information: CSIC’s Strategic Roadmap for 2030 Corsín Jiménez, A., Wagner, A., Curto-Millet, D., Boni Aristízabal, A., Ellman, M., Ríos Insua, D., Mártinez Veiga, F. J., Martín Isabel, M. P., Degli Espositi, S., Turrini, M., Rodríguez Aguilar, J., , Eds. Zambrini, R., Ruis, G [Video (in Spanish)]
2019 From Matchmaking to Boundary Making: Thinking Infrastructures and Decentring Digital Platforms in the Sharing Economy, Pujadas, R., Curto-Millet, D., in Research in the Sociology of Organizations: Thinking Infrastructures, Eds. Kornberger, M., Bowker, G., Pollock, N., Miller, P., Mennicken, A., Nucho, J. R., and Elyachar, J. [pdf], [LSE Business Review]
2018 Ethics in crowdsourcing: Revisiting and revising the role of stakeholder theory, Creating and Capturing Value through Crowdsourcing, Eds. Tucci, C., Afuah, A., Viscusi. G., Oxford University Press, [pdf] We propose stakeholder theory as a way to evaluate ethical dilemmas in crowdsourcing.
2017 The Emergence of Openness in Open Source Projects: The Case of openEHR, in Journal of Information Technology, with Maha Shaikh We study how the concept of openness can change over time in an open source project. Different takes on what 'open' means co-exist within communities and take part in shaping open source projects.
2013 Curto-Millet, D. Sustainability and Governance in Developing Open Source Projects as Processes of In-Becoming, January, Technology Innovation Management Review, [pdf]