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=PhD and other researchers=
 
=PhD and other researchers=
  
#Chu, John, = researcher in Open Entreprise and corporate governance  
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#[[Chu, John]], = researcher in Open Entreprise and corporate governance  
#Shaw, Ryan, = researcher in Peer Production and Peer Governance, " a Ph.D. student at UC Berkeley’s School of Information and a researcher at Yahoo! Research Berkeley.
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#[[Shaw, Ryan]], = researcher in Peer Production and Peer Governance, " a Ph.D. student at UC Berkeley’s School of Information and a researcher at Yahoo! Research Berkeley.
 
#[[Vasilis Kostakis]], [email protected]
 
#[[Vasilis Kostakis]], [email protected]
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#[[Tkacz, Nate]],  = phd candidate at the University of Melbourne. my focus is on new forms of knowledge made possible by new technologies (i.e. wikipedia)
  
 
=Non-Academics=
 
=Non-Academics=

Revision as of 06:01, 8 April 2008

Draft page for working group. Under construction. The APP4 does not yet exist.


Potential Core Members

  1. Adam Arvidsson, [email protected]
  2. Yuwei Lin, [email protected]
  3. Paul Hartzog, PaulBHartzog (@) panarchy.com
  4. Dr Athina Karatzogianni, University of Hull, athina.k at gmail.com
  5. Cosma Orsi. Roskilde University Centre, [email protected]
  6. Tere Vadén, [email protected]
  7. Ned Rossiter, [email protected]
  8. Dr Phoebe Moore, [email protected]
  9. George Dafermos. TU Delf, [email protected]
  10. Johan Söderberg. Hacking Capitalism, [email protected]
  11. Hervé Le Crosnier, [email protected]

Famous Names

Clay Shirky, Howard Rheingold, Mackenzie Wark, Danah Boyd, Philippe Aigrain, Ulises Mejias

Also: Grant McCracken, Mark Elliot,

Others

  1. Sandra Braman, Professor of Communication at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. Recent work includes Change of State: Information, Policy, and Power (Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 2006) and The Emergent Global Information Policy Regime (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004); Web: http://www.uwm.edu/~braman; E–mail: braman [at] uwm [dot] edu

Suggestion from Herve Le Crosnier:

  1. Yann Moulier-Boutang <[email protected]>
  2. Philippe Aigrain <[email protected]>
  3. Olivier Blondeau ??
  4. Olivier Ertzscheid <[email protected]>
  5. Mélanie Dulong de Rosnay <[email protected]>
  6. Laurence Allard <[email protected]>

PhD and other researchers

  1. Chu, John, = researcher in Open Entreprise and corporate governance
  2. Shaw, Ryan, = researcher in Peer Production and Peer Governance, " a Ph.D. student at UC Berkeley’s School of Information and a researcher at Yahoo! Research Berkeley.
  3. Vasilis Kostakis, [email protected]
  4. Tkacz, Nate, = phd candidate at the University of Melbourne. my focus is on new forms of knowledge made possible by new technologies (i.e. wikipedia)

Non-Academics

  1. Stefan Merten Oekonux, [email protected]
  2. Richard Adler, Oort-Cloud, [email protected]
  3. Henrik Ingo, Sun Microsystems, [email protected]; Details at Ingo, Henrik
  4. Sam Rose, [email protected]

More:

  1. Adrian Chan is a researcher specializing in social software and 'relations'.
  2. Tim Murphy is a Collective Intelligence researcher and activist.
  3. Thompson, Ken, "Ken is the founder of www.bioteams.com – a research blog dedicated to how organizational teams can learn from nature’s best teams.

To Do List

- go through webcast and podcast directory to scan names - go through bio directory ibid