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Aaltonen, Aleksi Ville, Alaimo, Cristina and Kallinikos, Jannis (2021) The making of data commodities: data analytics as an embedded process. Journal of Management Information Systems, 38 (2). 401 - 429. ISSN 0742-1222

Kallinikos, Jannis, Aaltonen, Aleksi Ville and Marton, Attila (2013) The ambivalent ontology of digital artifacts. MIS Quarterly: Management Information Systems, 37 (2). pp. 357-370. ISSN 0276-7783

Kallinikos, Jannis, Aaltonen, Aleksi Ville and Marton, Attila (2010) A theory of digital objects. First Monday, 15 (6). ISSN 1396-0466

Book Section

Aaltonen, Aleksi Ville and Kallinikos, Jannis (2012) Coordination and learning in Wikipedia: revisiting the dynamics of exploitation and exploration. In: Holmqvist, Mikael and Spicer, André, (eds.) Managing ‘Human Resources’ by Exploiting and Exploring People’s Potentials. Research in the sociology of organizations (vol 37). Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp. 161-192. ISBN 9781781905050


Aaltonen, Aleksi Ville and Seiler, Stephan (2014) Quantifying spillovers in open source content production: evidence from Wikipedia. CEP Discussion Papers (CEPDP1275). Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Conference or Workshop Item

Aaltonen, Aleksi Ville and Alaimo, Cristina (2015) The generativity of the social web: a multi-case enquiryinto generative patterns of social media platforms. In: 4th Innovation in Information Infrastructures (III) Workshop, 2015-10-13 - 2015-10-15. (Submitted)

Aaltonen, Aleksi Ville and Eaton, Ben (2009) Exploring the impact of real-time communication on media choice in the context of distributed work. In: 17th European Conference on Information Systems, 2009-06-08 - 2009-06-10.

Online resource

Stelmaszak Rosa, Marta and Aaltonen, Aleksi Ville (2020) As firms collect their data, employees learn to game the system. LSE Business Review (16 Jan 2020). Blog Entry.

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