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Paola Tubaro


I am an economic sociologist, interested in social networks and their role in the coordination of economic action in markets, organisations, and internet platforms. Since January 2016, I have been employed as a senior research scientist at CNRS, working at Laboratoire de Recherche en Informatique (LRI) on the Saclay campus just south of Paris. This is a major computer science centre and my mission is to build bridges with the social sciences to develop research around big data, the digital economy, and social networks. There, I have just started a research project on the “collaborative economy” of online platforms and how they create value from the social ties in which economic action is embedded.

In addition, I teach Sociology of social networks in a masters' programme jointly delivered by EHESS, ENS and ENSAE in Paris. In Britain, I am a Visting Professor at the University of Greenwich, London, where I supervise three PhD students; an external examiner at University College London, Institute of Education; and a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. In Italy, I am external member of the doctoral studies committee in the department of economics of the University of Insubria, Varese.

I am a member of the Associate Boards of the journals Sociology and of Revue Française de Sociologie. I co-convene the Social Networks Analysis Group of British Sociological Association (BSA-SNAG), and I have co-organised the second European Social Network Analysis Conference (EUSN), which took place in Paris in June 2016.

Until December 2015, I was Reader (about the equivalent of a tenured Associate Professor) at the University of Greenwich, London, where I directed the doctoral programme (PhD, MPhil and Master’s by Research) in business, and I coordinated research within the department of international business and economics.

More information is in my blog: databigandsmall.com


Article dans une revue22 documents

Ouvrage (y compris édition critique et traduction)2 documents

Chapitre d'ouvrage8 documents

Autre publication2 documents

  • Paola Tubaro. WHY ONLINE PRIVACY IS NOT DEAD: NEGOTIATION AND CONFLICT IN SOCIAL MEDIA. This is an article published in "Discover Society" (n.5, 2014), an online journal aiming to diffu.. 2014, http://discoversociety.org/2014/02/15/why-online-privacy-is-not-dead-negotiation-and-conflict-in-social-media/. <hal-01300353>
  • Paola Tubaro. “PRO” ANA? SOCIABILITY AND SUPPORT IN EATING DISORDER ONLINE COMMUNITIES. Article published in "Discover Society" (http://discoversociety.org/), a free online journal to p.. 2014, http://discoversociety.org/2014/11/04/pro-ana-sociability-and-support-in-eating-disorder-online-communities/. <hal-01300343>

Pré-publication, Document de travail3 documents

  • Paola Tubaro, Antonio Casilli, Lise Mounier. Eliciting personal network data in web surveys through participant-generated sociograms. Préprint de l'article accepté pour publication dans Field Methods, vol. 26, n. 2, 2014. 2012. <hal-00745617>
  • Juliette Rouchier, Paola Tubaro. An organization that transmits opinion to newcomers. 2010. <halshs-00503193>
  • Juliette Rouchier, Paola Tubaro. CAN OPINION BE STABLE IN AN OPEN NETWORK WITH HIERARCHY?
    AN AGENT-BASED MODEL OF THE COMMERCIAL COURT OF PARIS. 2009. <halshs-00409373>