Munoz, I., Dunn, M., Sawyer, S., and Michaels, E. (2022). “Platform-mediated Markets, Online Freelance Workers and Deconstructed Identities.” Proc. ACM Hum.-Comput. Interact, 6, CSCW2, Article 367 (November 2022), https://doi.org/10.1145/3555092
Munoz I., Dunn M., Sawyer S. (2022). “Flexibility, Occupation and Gender: Insights from a Panel Study of Online Freelancers.” In: Smits M. (eds) Information for a Better World: Shaping the Global Future. iConference 2022. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 13192. Springer, Cham. https://doi-org.libezproxy2.syr.edu/10.1007/978-3-030-96957-8_27
Sawyer, S., Carmel, E. (2022). “The multi-dimensional space of the futures of work.” Information Technology & People.
Dunn, M., Munoz, I., & Sawyer, S. (2021). Gender Differences and Lost Flexibility in Online Freelancing During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Frontiers in Sociology, 166.
Sawyer, S., Dunn, M., Munoz, I., Stephany, F., Raheja, R., Vaccaro, G., & Lehdonvirta, V. (2020). Freelancing online during the COVID-19 pandemic. Microsoft New Future of Work Symposium 2020.
Stephany, F., Dunn, M., Sawyer, S., & Lehdonvirta, V. (2020). Distancing Bonus Or Downscaling Loss? The Changing Livelihood of Us Online Workers in Times of COVID‐19. Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie, 111(3), 561-573.
Dunn, M. (2020). Making gigs work: digital platforms, job quality and worker motivations. New Technology, Work and Employment, 35(2), 232-249.
Dunn, M., Stephany, F., Sawyer, S., Munoz, I., Raheja, R., Vaccaro, G., & Lehdonvirta, V. (2020). When Motivation Becomes Desperation: Online Freelancing During the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Jarrahi, M. H., Sutherland, W., Nelson, S. B., & Sawyer, S. (2020). Platformic management, boundary resources for gig work, and worker autonomy. Computer supported cooperative work (CSCW), 29(1), 153-189.
Jarrahi, M. H., & Sawyer, S. (2019). Networks of innovation: the sociotechnical assemblage of tabletop computing. Research Policy: X, 1, 100001.
Sawyer, S., Erickson, I., & Jarrahi, M. H. (2019). Infrastructural competence. digitalSTS: A Field Guide for Science & Technology Studies, 267.
Jarrahi, M. H., Philips, G., Sutherland, W., Sawyer, S., & Erickson, I. (2019). Personalization of knowledge, personal knowledge ecology, and digital nomadism. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 70(4), 313-324.
Dunn, M. (2017). Digital work: New opportunities or lost wages?. American Journal of Management, 17(4), 10-27.
Jarrahi, M. H., & Sawyer, S. (2017). More than nomadicity: The paradoxical affordances of liminality. International Reports on Socio-Informatics (IRSI), 14(3), 29-33.
Sawyer, S., Munoz, I., and Dunn, M. (2022) “Upwork just did what? Studying digital platforms (or how to observe something that does not want to be observed),” Reimagining Platforms Symposium, 31 October, Edinburgh, Scotland, accepted.
Munoz, I., Dunn, M. and Sawyer, S. (2022) “Platform-mediated Markets, Online Freelance Workers and Deconstructed Identities,” ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), 12-16 November, Tapei, Taiwan, accepted.
Munoz, I., Sawyer, S. and Dunn, M. (2022) “New futures of work or continued marginalization? The rise of online freelance work and digital platforms,” CHIWORK, 8 June – 9 June, Durham, New Hampshire.
Munoz, I., Dunn, M. and Sawyer, S. (2022) “Flexibility, Occupation and Gender: Insights from a Panel Study of Online Freelancers,” iConference, 28 February – 4 March, online.
Dunn, M., Munoz, I., Sawyer, S., Vaccaro, G., Feldman, L., Michaels, E. (2021) “Connectedness, Activism and Dignity at work in a Precarious Era,” Presented at the British Sociological Association (BSA) Work, Employment and Society Conference, 25 -27 August, online.