Academic journal articles
Larner, J. (2020). Annotated portfolios for market design in the sharing economy. Presented at the NordiCHI Workshop Sharing & Cooperativism: Designing For Economies, October 2020, Tallinn, Estonia. Link to position paper.
Larner, J. and Walldius, Å. (2019). The Platform Review Alliance Board: designing an organizational model to bring together producers and consumers in the review and commissioning of platform software. Journal of Organization Design, 8:14, 1-11. Article on the Journal of Organization Design website.
Larner J., Cheverst K., MacDonald M., Hoile, C. and Soutar, A. (2017). The open source guild: creating more sustainable enterprise? Journal of Management Development, 36:1, 71-80. Article on the Journal of Management Development website.
Larner, J. and Mason, C. (2014). Beyond Box-Ticking: A Study of Stakeholder Involvement in Social Enterprise Governance. Corporate Governance, 14:2, 181-196. Article on the Corporate Governance website.
Academic conference presentations
Larner, J. (2019). Reflective ethnographic design of collaborative economy models using annotated portfolios. Ethnographies of Collaborative Economies Conference, October 2019, Edinburgh, UK. Article in conference proceedings.
Larner, J. and Walldius, Å. (2018). The Platform Review Alliance Board. JOD Conference: New Trends in Organization Design, May 2018, Sandbjerg, Denmark. Conference website. Article in the Lancaster University repository.
Larner, J. and Walldius, Å. (2017). Exploring a new producer-consumer interaction model for facilitating collective action in the collaborative economy. Democracy and Participation in the 21st Century Conference, July 2017, Lisbon, Portugal. Conference website. Abstract in the Lancaster University repository. Conference presentation slides.
Larner, J. and Mullagh, L. (2017). Critical reflection on data publics: a multi-methodology perspective. Data Publics Conference, March 2017, Lancaster, UK. Conference paper in the Lancaster University repository.
Larner, J. (2016). Using personas and scenarios in co-creating stakeholder involvement in organisational governance. International Social Innovation Research Conference (ISIRC), September 2016, Glasgow, UK. Submitted conference paper.
Larner, J. (2016). Broadening Collective Networks for Sustainability: Can the Open Source Guild be a Solution? Design Patterns, Principles, and Strategies for Sustainable HCI workshop at the CHI 2016 conference, May 2016, San Jose, USA. Submitted workshop paper.
MacDonald, M. and Larner, J. (2015). Co-Created Personas: Engaging Stakeholders in Organisational Design. The Working and Communicating with Communities event reflecting on A Cross-Cultural Working Group on Good Culture and Precariousness, June 2015, Lancaster, UK. Workshop presentation slides.
Larner, J. (2014). Value-led Personas: A Methodology to Promote Sustainable User-centered Design? NordiCHI Doctoral Consortium, October 2014, Helsinki, Finland. Consortium paper in the Lancaster University repository.
Larner, J. (2013). Open source guilds: enabling micro-businesses to create a sustainable community of practice? Digital Economy Conference, November 2013, Salford, UK. Conference paper in the Lancaster University repository.
Larner, J. (2012). The Psychological Implications of Stakeholder Involvement in Social Enterprise Governance. International Social Innovation Research Conference (ISIRC), September 2012, Birmingham, UK. Conference paper in the Lancaster University repository.
Larner, J. (2021). The Open Source Platform Federation Business Model in Becoming a Platform in Europe – On the Governance of the Collaborative Economy. Edited by Maurizio Teli and Chiara Bassetti. pp. 179–209. Delft: Now Publishers.
Larner, J. (2019). The entrepreneur as system architect: Designing narrative forms of open source business model (Doctoral dissertation, Lancaster University). Abstract and download page on the Lancaster University website.
MacDonald, M., Soetanto, D.P., Luig, K., Brouwer, J., Gerőházi, E., Szemzo, H., Maskell, J. and Larner, J. (2014). Conceptual model of SME network economy business and e-marketplace. EU FP7 Proficient Project Report. Report in the Lancaster University repository.
The research by Justin Larner at Lancaster University that led to many of these publications is partially funded by the UK Digital Economy Programme (RCUK GrantEP/G037582/1), which supported the HighWire Centre for Doctoral Training.