Position Papers

The affiliation stated for each paper is that of the first author.
Further details and contact information are included in the papers.

The Potential for Cooperative Piecework Labor Markets
Ali Alkhatib, Michael Bernstein, & Sam Witherbee
Stanford University

Peer-To-Peer Lending and the Sharing Economy
Martina Balestra & Oded Nov
New York University

Open Work, Crowd Work and  Organizations: Why “The Uberization of Work” May Not Be What It Seems
Melissa Cefkin & Ilana Gershon
Nissan Research Center

The psychology of platform-based workplaces
Laura Dabbish
Carnegie Mellon University

Platforms, Politics, Infrastructures and More: Engaging and Examining for Future Research
Ingrid Erickson
Rutgers University

Learning on the Job: Training Crowdworkers to Learn Complex Skills through Micro-Tasks
Eureka Foong, Elizabeth Gerber, & Steven Franconeri
Northwestern University

From individual contributions to collective intelligence: A case of cultural heritage institutions
Lala Hajibayova
Kent State University

A Feminist Perspective on the Future of Sharing Platforms
Maryam Heidaripour & Laura Forlano
IIT Institute of Design

Finding meaning in a hopeless place: The construction of meaningfulness in digital microwork
Dominique Kost, Sut I Wong, & Christian Fieseler
Bi Norwegian Business School

Building the Online Labour Index: A Tool for Policy and Research
Otto Kässi & Vili Lehdonvirta
Oxford Internet Institute

Grandma’s Taking an Uber: The Sharing Economy and the Oldest Old
Chaiwoo Lee, Julie Miller, Lisa D’Ambrosio, Dana Ellis, & Joseph Coughlin
MIT AgeLab

Personal Data Management In Knowledge Work Platforms
Tuukka Lehtiniemi, Kai Kuikkaniemi, Matti Nelimarkka, & Antti Poikola
Helsinki Institute for Information Technology HIIT

Trust is other people
Naemi Luckner, Katharina Werner, Özge Subasi, Geraldine Fitzpatrick, Lone Malmborg, & Jörn Messeter
Vienna UT

Newcomer onboarding and the production of trust in the sharing economy
Gabriel Mugar
Syracuse University

The Double Bind: Social Values and Design Choices
Dustin O’Hara
University of California, Los Angeles

Trust in the Context of Sharing Economy
Paolo Parigi & Siman Wang
Stanford University

UrbanFoodSpots – Development of Cooling Stations for Food Sharing Communities
Margit Pohl, Elisabeth Weissenböck, Maria Kalleitner-Huber, Gabriele Mraz, & Gabi Bernhofer
Vienna University of Technology

Collaborative platforms for civic engagement: what collaboration are we talking about?
Joanna Saad-Sulonen
Aarhus University

Supporting Learners with Distributed Mentorship Teams in Massive Online Classes
Adam Stankiewicz
Carnegie Mellon University

Minimal Sharing Paradigm: Building Trust Through Exchange
Emily Sun, Mor Naaman, Ross McLachlan, & Xiao Ma
Cornell Tech

Collaboration in the Sharing Economy: The (Cautionary) Tale of Quirky
Lixiu Yu & Joel Chan
Bosch Research Center