1. Open source agriculture: Grassroots technology in the digital era [site] [text]
  2. Peer to peer: The commons manifesto [site] [text]

Journal articles

  1. How to reap the benefits of the ‘digital revolution’? [site] [text]
  2. How convivial and open is a WikiHouse? [site] [text]
  3. Breaking the chains of open innovation: Post-blockchain and the case of Sensorica [site] [text]
  4. To BIM or not to BIM? Lessons learned from a Greek vernacular museum building [site] [text]
  5. Small and local are not only beautiful; they can be powerful [site]
  6. From private to public governance: The case for reconfiguring energy systems as a commons [site]
  7. Teaching commons through the game of musical chairs [site] [text]
  8. Should we look for a hero to save us from the coronavirus? [site] [text]
  9. Cosmolocalism: Understanding the transitional dynamics towards post-capitalism [site] [text]
  10. Tools from below: Making agricultural machines convivial [site] [text]
  11. Who creates value? [site] [text]
  12. Bridging barriers in sustainability research: Α review from sustainability science to life cycle sustainability assessment [site] [text]
  13. Is ‘deschooling society’ possible? Notes from the field [site] [text]
  14. Are the most influential websites peer-produced or price-incentivized? (soon)
  15. Can peer production democratize technology and society? A critical review of the critiques (soon)
  16. A roadmap of modularity in open-source hardware (soon)
  17. How could grassroots political networks form a common future? (soon)
  18. Why a circular economy should be open source (soon)
  19. Neither global nor local: Illuminating a cosmolocal mode of convivial technology development (soon)
  20. Neither high-tech, nor low-tech: The case of OpenBionics (soon)
  21. Can grassroots communities produce complex technology? Looking into Space for insight (soon)
  22. Do patents spur technological advance and entrepreneurship? The case of the 3D printing industry (soon)
  23. Open source hardware as an offset for frugal and convivial technological development (soon)
  24. Degrowth and peer production organisations: A social systems theory perspective (soon)


  1. Cosmo-local work: Organisational practices for equitable and sustainable living [text]
  2. How to create a thriving global commons economy? [site] [text]

Book chapters

  1. The grammar of peer production [site] [text]
  2. Peer production and state theory: Envisioning a cooperative partner state [site] [text]
  3. Peer-to-peer learning [site] [text]


  1. Cosmolocalism in a nutshell [video]
  2. Changemaking ideas in 3 minutes YouTube series [site]
  3. Τzoumakers: A mountainous community of open source technologies [video]
  4. Τzoumakers: The birth of an open source agricultural community [video]
  5. How to reap the benefits of the ‘digital revolution’? [video]


  1. Post-automation? Towards democratic alternatives to Industry 4.0 [site]
  2. Materialities and socialities of postcapitalism: Commons, peer to peer sharing and solidarity [site]


  1. Is the smart city a good city? [site]