Evaluating monitoring systems in the European Social Fund context: a socio-technical approach, Evaluation Review (forthcoming)

Digitising criminal justice in England and Wales: revisiting information-growth dynamics, Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy 3/1

Steps towards joined-up management: ICTs for crown prosecutors' offices, in Fabri (Ed), ICTs for the public prosecutor's office, Clueb, Bologna, 2008;

On the Weickian model in the context of open source software development: some preliminary insights, Damiani et. al. (Eds), Open source systems, IFIP Series, Springer Boston, 2006;

Coordination Processes in Open Source Software Development: The Linux Case Study, E: CO 7/2, 2005; Short version on the MIT Site;

Beyond Markets and Firms: The Emergence of Open Source Networks, First Monday, 10/5, 2005; Co-Authored with Prof. Mitleton-Kelly;

The Linux Managing Model, Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Open Source (ICOS), Taipei, Taiwan 2003; Peer-Reviewed Version available on First Monday, 8/12, 2003; Paper Comments;

The Linux Managing Model, Short Version, AICA Workshop, Milan, June 2003;

The Economics of Open Source Networks, Full Version on Communications & Strategies 2002, 48/4;


Seminars & Conferences

E-Business & e-Government Workshop, Glasgow, British Academy of Management, 22/01/2008;

IFIP Proceedings:"Second International Conference on Open Source 2006", Como 8-10/06/06, paper also available on Amazon;

ICOS 2003: "International Conference on Open Source", Taiwan 25-27/07/03;

AICA Workshop: "Is Open Source a New Business Model?", Milan, 27/06/03;

IDATE Seminar: "Research & Innovation in ICT " , Montpellier, 20/11/02;