Julian Waters-Lynch
Julian Waters-Lynch
Lecturer in Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Organisation Design at RMIT University
Verified email at rmit.edu.au - Homepage
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Coworking: A transdisciplinary overview
J Waters-Lynch, J Potts, T Butcher, J Dodson, J Hurley
Working Paper, available at SSRN 2712217, 2016
The social economy of coworking spaces: a focal point model of coordination
J Waters-Lynch, J Potts
Review of Social Economy 75 (4), 417-433, 2017
The city as commons: A policy reader
J Agyeman, M Bauwens, M Bernardi, M Bevolo, G Bloom, M Botta, ...
Commons Transition Coalition, 2016
The Affective Commons of Coworking
J Waters-Lynch, C Duff
Human Relations, 1-22, 2019
Young people driving networks
J Waters-Lynch, M Webster
Beyond the classroom: Building new school networks, 68, 2008
A theory of Coworking: Entrepreneurial communities, immaterial commons and working futures
J Waters-Lynch
‘It's More Like a Hive than a Hub’Stigmergic Activity and Governance Dilemmas in Contemporary Coworking Spaces
J Waters-Lynch
Stigmergic Activity and Governance Dilemmas in Contemporary Coworking Spaces …, 2016
Generations in Dialogue about the Future: The hopes and fears
R Eckersley, H Cahill, A Wierenga, J Wyn, M Waugh, D Woodman, ...
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