You can find here research published by coordinators and members of RGCS network. It deals with collaborative spaces, collaborative communities, collaborative movements, and theoretical perspectives likely to shed light on them. Articles and conference papers are in English, in French or in Spanish.

 1. Literature about collaborative communities and collaborative spaces

 1.1 Literature about coworking spaces and coworking communities

Capdevila, I. (2015). Co-working spaces and the localised dynamics of innovation in Barcelona. International Journal of Innovation Management, 19(03), 1540004.

Fabbri, J., & Charue-Duboc, F. (2012). The role of material space in coworking spaces hosting entrepreneurs: the case of the Beehives in Paris. In de Vaujany, FX. and Mitev, N. (Eds). Materiality and Space, London: Palgrave.

Fabbri, J. and Charue-Duboc, F. (2016). Les espaces de coworking. Nouveaux intermédiaires d’innovation ouverte ?, Revue Française de Gestion, 42, 254, pp. 163-180.

Fuzi, A., Clifton, N., & Loudon, G. (2015). New spaces for supporting entrepreneurship? Co-working spaces in the Welsh entrepreneurial landscape. International Conference for Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Regional Development.

Merkel, J. (2015). Coworking in the city. Ephemera, 15(1), 121.

Rus, A., & Orel, M. (2015). Coworking: a community of work. Teorija in Praksa, 52(6), 1017.

1.2 Literature about DIY, makers, hackers and fab labs communities

Capdevila, I. (2014). Coworkers, Makers, and Fabbers Global, Local and Internal Dynamics of  Innovation  in  Localized  Communities  in  Barcelona,  thèse  de  doctorat  ès  sciences  de gestion, HEC Montréal.

Cnossen, B., & Olma, S. (2014). The Volkskrant Building: Manufacturing Difference Un Amsterdam’s Creative City.

Pareja-Eastaway, M. (2016). Creative industries. Journal of Evolutionary Studies in Business, 1(1), 38-50.

2. Literature about politics and collaborative movements

2.1 Literature about politics and coworking movement

Barber, A., & Pareja Eastaway, M. (2010). Leadership challenges in the inner city: Planning for sustainable regeneration in Birmingham and Barcelona. Policy Studies, 31(4), 393-411.

2.2 Literature about politics and maker and hacker movement  

Capdevila, I. (2014). How can Living Labs enhance the participants’ motivation in different types of innovation activities?. Available at SSRN 2502795.

  3. Literature about entrepreneurship, innovation and creativity

Gächter, S., von Krogh, G., & Haefliger, S. (2010). Initiating private-collective innovation: The fragility of knowledge sharing. Research Policy, 39(7), 893-906.

Baden-Fuller, C., & Haefliger, S. (2013). Business models and technological innovation. Long range planning, 46(6), 419-426.

Gallié, E. P., Glaser, A., Mérindol, V., & Weil, T. (2013). How do pre-existing R&D activities in a region influence the performance of cluster initiatives? The case of French competitiveness clusters. European Planning Studies, 21(10), 1653-1675.

Jimenez, A. (2016). A capability approach to innovation: a case-study of a technology and innovation hub in Zambia, ECIS 2016 conference.

Pareja-Eastway, M. & Winston, M. (2016). Sustainable Communities and Urban Housing: A Comparative European Perspective, Routledge.

 4. Literature about materiality, space and work practices

de Vaujany, FX. & Mitev, N. (Eds) (2013). Materiality and space, London: Palgrave.

de Vaujany, FX. & Vaast, E. (2016). Matters of visuality in legitimation practices: dual iconographies in a meeting room, Organization,  Vol. 23(5) 763–790.

Lambrix, H. (2015). La dynamique sociomatérielle des logiques institutionnelles dans la profession médicale, thèse de doctorat ès sciences de gestion, Université Paris-Dauphine.

Laniray, P. (2015). Identité professionnelle, environnement de travail et pratiques sociomatérielles : le cas des conducteurs de train à la SNCF, thèse de doctorat ès sciences de gestion, Université Paris-Dauphine.

Leclercq-Vandelannoitte, A. & Isaac, H. (2016). The new office: how coworking changes the work concept, Journal of Business Strategy, Vol. 37 Iss: 6, pp.3 – 9

5. Literature about work transformations, capitalism and future of work

de Vaujany, FX. & Mitev, N. (2016). “The post-Macy paradox, information management and organizing: good intentions and road to hell?“, Culture & Organization, DOI: 10.1080/14759551.2015.1103242

Sihvonen, T., & Cnossen, B. (2015). Not only a workplace. Reshaping creative work and urban space. Observatorio (OBS*), 9 (ESPECIAL), 47-69.

Vallat, D. (2016, June). An Alternative to State-Market Dualism: The Sharing Economy. Practical and Epistemological Questions. In SASE 28th Annual Conference,” Moral Economies, Economic Moralities”.

6. Literature about communities, leadership and community-building

Denis, J. L., Langley, A., & Sergi, V. (2012). Leadership in the plural. The Academy of Management Annals, 6(1), 211-283.

Laurillard, D., Charlton, P., Craft, B., Dimakopoulos, D., Ljubojevic, D., Magoulas, G., … & Whittlestone, K. (2013). A constructionist learning environment for teachers to model learning designs. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 29(1), 15-30.

Rullani, F., & Haefliger, S. (2013). The periphery on stage: The intra-organizational dynamics in online communities of creation. Research Policy, 42(4), 941-953.

Ungureanu, P. (2014, January). Beyond Boundaries. Reconceptualizing Exchanges between Management Scholars and Practitioners. In Academy of Management Proceedings (Vol. 2014, No. 1, p. 17180). Academy of Management.

7. Literature about cooperatives and cooperative movements

Audebrand, L. K., Malo, M. C., & Camus, A. (2013, January). A Paradox Perspective on the Life Cycle of Worker Cooperatives. In Academy of Management Proceedings (Vol. 2013, No. 1, p. 14075). Academy of Management.

8. Literature about open source communities and open source innovation

Cruz, A. H. M. (2015). On appropriability strategies for open organizations. In Academy of Management Proceedings (Vol. 2015, No. 1, p. 16944). Academy of Management.

Haefliger, S., Von Krogh, G., & Spaeth, S. (2008). Code reuse in open source software. Management Science, 54(1), 180-193.

Marroquin Cruz, A. H. (2016). The Importance of Spaces to Sustain Open Source Innovation. Available at SSRN 2717087.