In the following I only list the final versions of manuscripts as they appeared in scientific journals – intermediate presentations at conferences and the like are omitted. This rule is only not adhered to when for one reason or another an article got ‘stuck’ and did not reach a reputable outlet; then the semi-finished product is shown. Observe moreover, that for easy reference some publications are listed more than once, since they belong to more categories than one.

Algorithms

(2017) Big Data and Algorithmi Decision-Making: Can Transparency Restore Accountability? CEPE/ETHICOMP Conference 2017, Torino. [PDF]

(2016) Profiling vandalism in Wikipedia: A Schauerian approach to justification. Ethics and Information Technology, 18(2), 131-148. [Springer]

(2015) The use of software tools and autonomous bots against vandalism: Eroding Wikipedia’s moral order? Ethics and Information Technology, 17(3), 175-188. [Springer]

Open content communities

(2016) Profiling vandalism in Wikipedia: A Schauerian approach to justification. Ethics and Information Technology, 18(2), 131-148. [Springer]

(2015) The use of software tools and autonomous bots against vandalism: Eroding Wikipedia’s moral order? Ethics and Information Technology, 17(3), 175-188. [Springer]

(2014) From open-source software to Wikipedia: ‘Backgrounding’ trust by collective monitoring and reputation tracking. Ethics and Information Technology, 16(2), 157-169. [PDF]

(2012) Navigating between chaos and bureaucracy: Backgrounding trust in open content communities. In K. Aberer et al. (eds.), Social Informatics; 4th International Conference, SocInfo 2012; Lausanne, Switzerland, December 5-7, 2012; Proceedings, LNCS 7710, Heidelberg, Springer: pp. 534-557. [PDF]

(2012) Coercion or empowerment? Moderation of content in Wikipedia as ‘essentially contested’ bureaucratic rules. Ethics and Information Technology, 14(2), 123-135. [Springer]

(2012) Open source production of encyclopedias: Editorial policies at the intersection of organizational and epistemological trust. Social Epistemology, 26(1), 71-103. [PDF]

(2011) Quality of open content in Wikipedia: Towards a broader view of expertise? Proceedings of the 12th International Conference, ETHICOMP 2011, Sheffield: pp. 242-249.

(2010) How can contributors to open-source communities be trusted? On the assumption, inference, and substitution of trust. Ethics and Information Technology, 12(4), 327-341. [Springer]

(2008) Moving open source beyond software while maintaining the public spirit? Proceedings of the 10th International Conference, ETHICOMP 2008, Pavia: pp. 511-523.

(2007) Introduction to a roundtable on the governance of open source software: Particular solutions and general lessons. Journal of Management and Governance, 11(2), 115-117. [PDF]

(2007) Governance of open source software: State of the art. Journal of Management and Governance, 11(2), 165-177. [PDF]

(2006) Internet-based commons of intellectual resources: An exploration of their variety. In J. Berleur, M.I. Nurminen, J. Impaglizzo (eds.), Social Informatics: An Information Society for All?, Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Human Choice and Computers (HCC7), IFIP TC 9, Maribor, Slovenia, September 21-23, 2006, New York, Springer: pp. 171-183. [PDF]

(2005) Copyright or copyleft? An analysis of property regimes for software development. Research Policy, 34(10), 1511-1532. [PDF]

(2004) Evolution of open source networks in industry. The Information Society, 20(4), 291-299. [PDF]

(2004) Open source software: A case of swift trust?! Proceedings of the 7th International Conference, ETHICOMP 2004, Syros: pp. 250-265.

(2002) Eigendomsrechten op software: Copyright annex patent of open source? Krisis: Tijdschrift voor Empirische Filosofie, 3(2), 89-107. [PDF]

(2001) Open source software: A new Mertonian ethos? In Anton Vedder (ed.), Ethics and the Internet, Antwerpen, Intersentia: pp. 33-48. [PDF]

Trust

(2015) Trusting the robotic other: By assumption? SIGCAS Computers & Society, 45(3), 255-260. [PDF]

(2014) From open-source software to Wikipedia: ‘Backgrounding’ trust by collective monitoring and reputation tracking. Ethics and Information Technology, 16(2): 157-169. [PDF]

(2012) Navigating between chaos and bureaucracy: Backgrounding trust in open content communities. In K. Aberer et al. (eds.), Social Informatics; 4th International Conference, SocInfo 2012; Lausanne, Switzerland, December 5-7, 2012; Proceedings, LNCS 7710, Heidelberg, Springer: pp. 534-557. [PDF]

(2012) Open source production of encyclopedias: Editorial policies at the intersection of organizational and epistemological trust. Social Epistemology, 26(1), 71-103. [PDF]

(2010) How can contributors to open-source communities be trusted? On the assumption, inference, and substitution of trust. Ethics and Information Technology, 12(4), 327-341. [Springer]

(2008) Online diaries: Reflections on trust, privacy, and exhibitionism. Ethics and Information Technology, 10(1), 57-69. [Springer]

(2005) Trusting virtual trust. Ethics and Information Technology, 7(3), 167-180. [PDF]

(2004) Open source software: A case of swift trust?! Proceedings of the 7th International Conference, ETHICOMP 2004, Syros: pp. 250-265.

(2001) Emerging roles for third parties in cyberspace. Ethics and Information Technology, 3(4), 267-276. [PDF]

(1997) Research and Development alliances: Ensuring trust by mutual commitments. In Mark Ebers (ed.), The Formation of Inter-Organizational Networks, Oxford, Oxford University Press: chapter 6, 146-173. [PDF]

(1990) Een kwestie van vertrouwen: Sociale effecten van de invoering van matrixstructuren in R&D-organisaties: Een case-studie van de organisatie-ontwikkeling bij Scholten-Honig Research [A Matter of Trust (..)]. Groningen, Wolters-Noordhoff, 310 pp.

Intellectual Property Rights

(2006) Internet-based commons of intellectual resources: An exploration of their variety. In J. Berleur, M.I. Nurminen, J. Impaglizzo (eds.), Social Informatics: An Information Society for All?, Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Human Choice and Computers (HCC7), IFIP TC 9, Maribor, Slovenia, September 21-23, 2006, New York, Springer: pp. 171-183. [PDF]

(2005) Copyright or copyleft? An analysis of property regimes for software development. Research Policy, 34(10), 1511-1532. [PDF]

(2002) Eigendomsrechten op software: Copyright annex patent of open source? Krisis: Tijdschrift voor Empirische Filosofie, 3(2), 89-107. [PDF]

(2000) Patenting mathematical algorithms: What's the harm? A thought experiment in algebra. International Review of Law and Economics, June, 20(2), 187-204. [PDF]

Management of R&D

(2003) Review essay about Emmanuel Lazega, ‘The Collegial Phenomenon: The Social Mechanisms of Cooperation among Peers in a Corporate Law Partnership’. Organization Studies, 24(3), 499-504. [PDF]

(2000) Mediation and arbitration in strategic technology alliances: From real space to cyberspace. Article presented at 16th EGOS Colloquium, Helsinki, July 2000; as well as at 4S/EASST conference, Vienna, September 2000. [HTML]

(1999) Dangerous liaisons: Sharing knowledge within Research and Development alliances. In Anna Grandori (ed.), Interfirm Networks: Organization and Industrial Competitiveness, London and New York, Routledge: chapter 8, 208-233. [DOCX]

(1999) Systemic innovation and the virtues of going virtual: The case of the Digital Video Disc. Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, June, 11(2), 159-180. [PDF]

(1997) Research and Development alliances: Ensuring trust by mutual commitments. In Mark Ebers (ed.), The Formation of Inter-Organizational Networks, Oxford, Oxford University Press: chapter 6, 146-173. [PDF]

(1997) Exchange of knowledge in R&D alliances: Medieval solutions for modern problems? CEMS Business Review, 2 (Suppl.), S45-S50. [Paper version on demand]

(1994) Matrix management of projects and power struggles: A case study of an R&D laboratory. Human Relations, 47(9), 1089-1119. Reprint in IEEE Engineering Management Review, 1995, Winter, 28-44. [PDF]

(1993) Matrisering van projectorganisaties: Overwegingen van congruentie en consistentie. M&O, Tijdschrift voor Organisatiekunde en Sociaal Beleid, 47(4), juli/augustus, 259-284.

(1990) Een kwestie van vertrouwen: Sociale effecten van de invoering van matrixstructuren in R&D-organisaties: Een case-studie van de organisatie-ontwikkeling bij Scholten-Honig Research [A Matter of Trust (..)]. Groningen, Wolters-Noordhoff, 310 pp.

NOTE: 3 book reviews published in the Tijdschrift voor Arbeidsvraagstukken in the 1990s, as well as 28 ‘abstracts’ published in the Journal of Product Innovation Management between 1994 and 2003 are omitted here (but can be provided on request).