Michel Bauwens' English Language Bibliography

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  • Bauwens, Michel, and Jean Lievens. De Wereld Redden. Brussells: Houtekiet.


  • Par Cum Pari. Notes on the Horizontality of Peer to Peer Relationships in the Context of the Verticality of a Hierarchy of Values. Michel Bauwens. In: Pursuing the Common Good: How Solidarity and Subsidiarity Can Work Together

Fourteenth Plenary Session, 1-6 May 2008. Acta 14, eds Margaret S. Archer and Pierpaolo Donati. Vatican City, 2008 pp. 708. Retrieved at http://www.pass.va/content/dam/scienzesociali/pdf/acta14/acta14-bauwens.pdf

  • The Crisis of Value and the Ethical Economy. Adam Arvidsson, Michel Bauwens, & Nicolai Peitersen. Journal of Futures Studies, May 2008, 12(4): 9 – 20. Retrieved from http://www.jfs.tku.edu.tw/12-4/A02.pdf


  • Kostakis, Vasilis, Bauwens, Michel, and Vasilis Niaros. 2015. “Urban Reconfiguration After the Emergence of Peer-to-peer Infrastructures: Four Future Scenarios with an Impact on Smart Cities” in Araya, D. (Ed.). Smart Cities as Democratic Ecologies (pp. 116-124). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Ramos, Jose, Bauwens, Michel and Vasilis Kostakis. 2016, forthcoming. “P2P and Planetary Futures” in Carslon, R. (Ed.). Critical Posthumanism and Planetary Futures. Berlin: Springer.
  • Bauwens, Michel, Kostakis, Vasilis and Alex Pazaitis. 2016, forthcoming. “Towards a Society of the Commons” in Baier, W., Canepa, E. and E. Himmelstoss (Eds.). Transformative Strategies: European Network for Alternative Thinking and Political Dialogue. London: The Merlin Press.
  • Bauwens, Michel and Vasilis Kostakis. 2016, forthcoming. “Peer-to-Peer” in Ritzer, G. (Ed.). The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology (2nd ed). Malden, MA: Wiley.
  • Some notes on the social antagonism in netarchical capitalism. Chapter 14 of: Cyber-conflict and Global Politics. by Athina Karatzogianni (Editor). Routledge, 2008.
  • The Next Buddha Will Be a Collective: Spiritual Expression in the Peer-to-Peer Era. ReVision: A Journal of Consciousness and Transformation Issue: Volume 29, Number 4 / Spring 2007 Pages: 34 – 45. Draft version retrievable via http://p2pfoundation.net/Next_Buddha_Will_Be_A_Collective
  • Peer-to-peer: From technology to politics. Chapter 7 in: Towards a Sustainable Information Society: Deconstructing WSIS. Ed. Jan Servaes, Nico Carpentier. Portland, OR: Intellect Books, 2006

Short Articles

  • (with Father Vincent Rossi). Dialogue on the Cyber-Sacred and the Relationship Between Technological and Spiritual Development. In Cybersociology. Issue Seven: Religion Online & Techno-Spiritualism. September 1999. Retrieved from http://www.cybersociology.com/files/7_bauwensrossi.html
  • Enterprise 2.0: Will Corporations Embrace the Social Media Revolution? Cutter IT Journal. Special Issue on Enterprise 2.0. 2008


  • Review of Political Economy from Below. Economic Thought in Communitarian Anarchism, 1840-1914. Review of Political Economy, Volume 21, Issue 2 April 2009 , pages 336 - 337 [1]


  • Entretien de Michel Bauwens : les accès publics Internet et politiques publiques TI en Thaïlande. By Valerie Daigrain for @Brest. Juin 2008. Retrieved from http://www.a-brest.net/article4077.html

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