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PHILIPPE URFALINO
PAOLA TUBARO
University of Greenwich
Old Royal Naval College, Room QM 163
Park Row, Greenwich
London SE10 9LS
Tel.: 020 8331 9625
e-mail: [email protected]
1. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Reader in economic sociology, University of Greenwich (since 2014):

PhD Programme Leader, Faculty of Business

Research coordinator, Department of economics and international business, Faculty of Business
Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Business, University of Greenwich (2011 – 2014).
Lecturer, Faculty of Business, University of Greenwich (2009 – 2011).
Post-doctoral fellow, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris, FR (2007-2009).
Visiting lecturer, University of Cergy-Pontoise, FR (2001-2006).
2. EDUCATION
Qualification to teach in higher education, Ministry of Higher Education and Research, Economics
section (2005, renewed 2009 and 2014) and Sociology section (2014), Paris, FR.
PhD in economics, joint degree, University of Paris Ouest, FR, and University J.W. Goethe of Frankfurt,
DE (2004).
Funded with a three-year doctoral studentship of the University of Paris Ouest and a six-month
visiting grant of DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service).
Winner of the Best Dissertation Award of STOREP (Italian Association for the History of Political
Economy).
MA in history of economics, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, FR (2000).
Funded with a post-graduate studentship of the University of Padua, IT, and a bursary by Ecole
Normale Supérieure, FR.
Post-graduate certificate in non-profits and foundations management, New York University, US (1997).
Funded with a post-graduate studentship of Cariplo Foundation, Milan, IT.
BSc, MSc in economics and social science, Bocconi University, Milan, IT (1996).
Winner of the Best Post-Graduate Paper Award, Stelline Foundation, IT.
3. PUBLICATIONS
3.1 Articles in peer-reviewed journals
Casilli A.A., Rouchier J., Tubaro P. (2014). How to build consensus in a health-oriented online
communities: modelling a ‘pro-ana’ forum, Revue Française de Sociologie, 55 (4): 731-763*1.
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* Asterisks denote the 10 most relevant publications.
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Rouchier J., Tubaro P., Emery C. (2014). Opinion transmission in organizations: An agent-based
modelling approach. Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory, 20(3): 252-277*.
Tubaro P., Casilli A.A., Mounier L. (2014). Eliciting personal network data in web surveys through
participant-generated sociograms. Field Methods, 26 (2): 107-125.
Tubaro P., Mounier L. (2014). Sociability and support in online eating disorder communities: Evidence
from personal networks. Network Science, 2(1): 1-25*.
Tubaro P. (2014). A tale of two destinies: Georgescu-Roegen on Gossen. History of Political Economy. 46(1),
33-54*.
Casilli, A.A., Pailler F., Tubaro P. (2013). Online networks of eating-disorder websites: why censoring proana might be a bad idea. Perspectives on Public Health, 133 (2): 94-95.
Casilli A.A., Tubaro P. (2012). Social media censorship in times of political unrest: A social simulation
experiment on the UK riots. Bulletin of Sociological Methodology, 115: 5-20.
Casilli A.A., Tubaro P., Araya P. (2012). Ten years of Ana. Lessons from a transdisciplinary body of
literature on online pro-eating disorder websites. Social Science Information, 51(1): 121-139.
Lazega E., Mounier L., Snijders T.A.B., Tubaro P. (2012). Norms, status and the dynamics of advice
networks: A case study. Social Networks, 34 (3): 323-332*.
Tubaro P., Cros M., Silberman R. (2012). Access to official data and researcher accreditation in Europe:
Existing
barriers
and
a
way
forward.
IASSIST
Quarterly,
Spring:
22.
http://www.iassistdata.org/downloads/iqvol36_1_cros.pdf
Marr A., Tubaro P. (2011). Crisis in Indian microfinance and a way forward: Governance reforms and the
Tamil Nadu model. Journal of International Development, 23(7): 996-1003.
Marr A., Tubaro P. (2011). Wholesale funding to microfinance and social development goals in Peru,
Tamil Nadu and Tanzania. Enterprise Development and Microfinance, 22(4): 304-321.
Moscati I., Tubaro P. (2011). Becker random behaviour and the as-if defense of rational choice theory in
demand analysis. Journal of Economic Methodology, 18 (2): 107-128*.
Rouchier J., Tubaro P. (2011). Can opinion be stable in an open network with hierarchy? An agent-based
model of the Commercial Court of Paris. Procedia –Social and Behavioral Sciences, 10: 123-131.
Tubaro P., Casilli A.A. (2010). ‘‘An ethnographic seduction’’: how qualitative research and agent-based
models can benefit each other. Bulletin of Sociological Methodology, 106 (1): 59-74.
Tubaro P. (2009). Is individual rationality essential to market price formation? The contribution of ZeroIntelligence agent trading models. Journal of Economic Methodology, 16 (1): 1-19*.
Lazega E., Mounier L., Snijders T.A.B., Tubaro P. (2008). Réseaux et controverses: du pur effet des
normes sur la dynamique des structures et les processus sociaux, Revue Française de Sociologie. 49 (3):
467-498.
Casilli A.A., Sanchez S., Tubaro P., Antille N. (2008). Négocier le plaisir dans la consommation
alimentaire: une étude sur trois groupes de familles de migrants de l’aire métropolitaine de Los
Angeles. Cahiers de l’OCHA (Observatoire Cniel des Habitudes Alimentaires), 13: 108-116.
Tubaro P. (2008). Producer choice and technical unemployment: John E. Tozer’s mathematical model
(1838). European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 15 (3): 433-454*.
Tubaro P., Angner E. (2008). The future of history of economics: Young scholars’ perspective. Journal of
the History of Economic Thought, 30 (1): 81-84.
Tubaro P. (2006). Mathématiques et économie dans la détermination du 'salaire naturel' de J.H. von
Thünen. Cahiers d’économie politique, 50: 59-85.
Tubaro P. (2005). Hermann, Rau, Mangoldt : les origines de la fonction d’offre de marché en Allemagne
(1830-1870). Louvain Economic Review, 71 (2): 223-243.
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Tubaro P. (2002). A case study in early mathematical economics: Pietro Verri and Paolo Frisi, 1772. Journal
of the History of Economic Thought, 24 (2): 195–214*.
Tubaro P. (2000). Un'esperienza peculiare del Settecento lombardo: la ‘scuola milanese’ di economia
matematica. Studi settecenteschi, 20: 193-230.
3.2 Books
Tubaro P., Casilli A.A., Sarabi Y. (2014). Against the hypothesis of the “end of privacy”: An agent-based modelling
approach to social media. Springer, SpringerBriefs in Digital spaces (ISBN-10: 3319024558)*.
Tubaro P. (1999). Critica della ragion nonprofit. Rome: DeriveApprodi.
3.3 Book chapters
Tubaro P. (2015). Microeconomics, History of. In: J.D. Wright (ed.), International Encyclopedia of the Social &
Behavioral Sciences, 2nd edition, Vol. 15. Oxford: Elsevier, pp. 331–337.
Tubaro P. (2015). Tozer, John Edward on Ricardo. In: H. Kurz and N. Salvadori (eds.), The Elgar
Companion to David Ricardo, Aldershot: Edward Elgar, pp. 566-572.
Lazega E., Mounier L., Tubaro P. (2011). Norms, advice networks and joint economic governance: The
case of conflicts among shareholders at the Commercial Court of Paris. In Does Economic Governance
Matter? Governance Institutions and Outcomes, D. Sunderland and M. Ugur (eds.). Aldershot: Edward
Elgar, pp. 46-70.
Tubaro P. (2011). Computational Economics. In The Elgar Companion to Recent Economic Methodology. J. B.
Davis and D. W. Hands (eds.). Aldershot: Edward Elgar, pp. 209-227.
Lazega E., Mounier L., Tubaro P. (2010). Dynamique des réseaux sociaux et apprentissage collectif: le cas
du Tribunal de Commerce de Paris. In Systèmes Complexes et Sciences Sociales. H. Zwirn and G.
Weisbuch (eds.). Paris: Vuibert, pp. 103-125.
Tubaro P. (2010). History of Economic Thought. In 21st Century Economics: A Reference Handbook. R.C.
Free (ed.). Sage, vol. I, pp. 3-11.
Tubaro P. (2009). Les mathématiques du plaisir et de la peine : la théorie du choix individuel de Hermann
Heinrich Gossen. In La pensée économique allemande. A. Alcouffe and C. Diebolt (eds.). Paris:
Economica. 245-267.
Tubaro P., Lazega E., Mounier L. (2008). Further Explorations of the Spinning Top Model for Advice
Networks and Collective Learning. In Management et Réseaux Sociaux : ressource pour l'action ou outil de
gestion? M. Lecoutre and P. Lièvre (eds.). London: Hermès-Lavoisier. 202-212.
Tubaro P. (2001). Terzo settore. In Lessico postfordista. U. Fadini and A. Zanini (eds.). Milan: Feltrinelli.
313-316.
Tubaro P. (2001). Volontariato. In Lessico postfordista. U. Fadini and A. Zanini (eds.). Milan: Feltrinelli.
325-328.
3.4 Book reviews
Tubaro P. (2014). Linking micro, meso and macro. Review of G. Manzo (ed.) Analytical Sociology :
Actions and Networks, Wiley, 2014. European Journal of Sociology, 55(3) : 495-503.
Tubaro P. (2014). Sociology and social networks – a review essay. Sociology, 48(2): 410-416.
Tubaro P. (2011). Review of T. Stenger and A. Coutant, Ces réseaux numériques dits sociaux (special issue
of Hermès, n° 59, 2011). Sociologie, 2(4): 453-457.
Tubaro P. (2008). Review of The Elgar Companion To Alfred Marshall [T. Raffaelli, G. Becattini, M. Dardi
(éds.); 2006; Cheltenham (UK): Edward Elgar], Marshall Studies Bulletin. Vol. X.
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3.5 Work in progress
Casilli A.A., Tubaro P. Le phénomène « pro-ana ». Troubles alimentaires et réseaux sociaux. Book, under contract
with Press Universitaires des Mines.
Tubaro P. Data, big and small: social networks, empowerment, and new uncertainties. Book, under contract with
Imperial College Press (World Scientific).
D’Angelo A., Ryan L., Tubaro P. Coordination of a special issue of Sociological Research Online on
“Visualization in mixed-methods research on social networks”.
Tubaro P., Ryan L., D’Angelo A. The visual sociogram in qualitative and mixed-methods research. Article
for a special issue of Sociological Research Online on “Visualization in mixed-methods research on social
networks”.
Lazega E., Mounier L., Snijders T.A.B., Tubaro P. Advice-seeking among judges at the Commercial Court
of Paris. In preparation, for T.A.B. Snijders, C. Steglich (eds.), Social Networks Dynamics by Example,
Cambridge University Press.
Pallotti F., Tubaro P., Lomi A. How far do network effects spill over? Evidence from an empirical study
of performance differentials in interorganizational networks. Under review for European Management
Review.
Tubaro P. Formalisation and mathematical modelling. Under review for Handbook of the History of Economic
Analysis. G. Faccarello et H. Kurz (eds.). Aldershot: Edward Elgar.
3.6 Reports
Wearn P., Buerli S., Isnard M., Kappi C., Kleiner B., Silberman R., Tubaro P. (2015). Researcher
accreditation - current practice, essential features, and a future standard. Report for the European
project Data without Boundaries.
Casilli A.A., Mounier L., Pailler F., Tubaro P. (2013) Les jeunes et le web des troubles alimentaires :
dépasser la notion de 'pro-ana'. Final report of the ANAMIA project.
http://www.anamia.fr/en/report-young-internet-users-and-eating-disorder-websites-beyond-thenotion-of-pro-ana/
Tubaro P., Silberman R., Cros M., Cornilleau A., Kvalheim V., Kiberg D., Farago P. (2009). Audit of
access mechanisms and official statistics in the European Research Area. Report for Council of
European
Social
Science
Data
Archives
–
European
Commission.
http://www.cessda.org/project/doc/D10.1_Audit_of_access_mechanisms_and_official_statistics.p
df
3.7 Software and code
Bréant Q., Casilli A.A., Pailler F., Tubaro P. (2013). Personal network data visualisation tool: “ANAMIA
Datalab”
(Linux,
Macosx,
Windows64),
available
under
GPL
v2,
https://github.com/Bodyspacesociety/ANAMIA-DataLab
Casilli A.A., Mounier L., Tubaro P., in collaboration with ERANOS (2010). Flash application flash for
personal network data collection: “ANAMIA Egocenter”, available under GPL v2,
https://github.com/Bodyspacesociety/ANAMIA-Egocenter
Rouchier J., Casilli A.A., Tubaro P. (2013). Netlogo code of the agent-based ANAMIA_F (Anorexia and
Bulimia
Forum)
model,
available
under
GPL
v2,
https://github.com/Bodyspacesociety/ANAMIA_F
Tubaro P., Casilli A.A., Sarabi Y. (2012). Netlogo code of the agent-based model “THEOP” (Testing the
Hypothesis
of
the
End
of
Privacy),
available
under
GPL
v2,
https://github.com/Bodyspacesociety/THEOP
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4. RESEARCH ACTIVITIES
4.1 Conference papers, seminars and talks (last four years only):
Keynotes: Workshop Just-in-Time-Sociology, EPFL Lausanne, CH (2012); Conference of International
Association for Official Statistics, Kiev, UA (2012).
Invited seminars: University of Milan Bicocca, IT, 2015; University of Toulouse, FR, 2015; University of
Paris I, Paris, FR (2014); Centre Maurice Halbwachs, Paris, FR (2014, 2011); EHESS Paris, FR (2015,
2014, 2013); University of Manchester (2013).
Invited talks at conferences: European Regional Data Workshop, Athens, GR (2014), Ljubljana, SI (2013);
European Data Access Forum, Eurostat, LU (2015, 2012); 11th workshop in social psychology, University of
Western Bretagne, Brest, FR (2012); Allied Social Science Associations Conference – Panel discussion on
Herding Behavior in the Economics Profession, Chicago, US (2012); Ana-mia sociability symposium,
Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Paris, FR (2012).
Conference papers: 1st EUSN Conference, Autonomous University of Barcelona, ES (2014); ORIO
Workshop, Sciences-Po, Paris (2014, 2013); British Sociological Association, University of Leeds (2014,
2012), London School of Economics (2013, 2011); International Network for Social Network Analysis
(Sunbelt conference), Brighton, UK (2015), Tampa, US (2014), Hamburg, DE (2013), Los Angeles,
US (2012); International Association for Social Science Information Services and Technology, George Washington
University, Washington DC, US (2012); New Techniques and Technologies for Statistics, European
Commission, Brussels, BE (2013); UK Social Networks Association, University of Greenwich (2013),
University of Bristol (2012).
4.2 Grants and fund-raising
Tubaro P. (2012). Sole applicant and Principal Investigator. Civic participation, protest and political
dissent: a social networks and simulation perspective. Funded by University of Greenwich (value c.
£2.6k).
De Vita R., Conaldi G., Garsten N., Tubaro P. (2011). Co-investigator; contributed substantially to grant
application. Opinion leadership in online communication: a business networks perspective. Funded
by University of Greenwich, value c. £8k.
Tubaro P., Casilli A.A. (2011). Principal Investigator; led grant application. Testing the “End of Privacy”
hypothesis in computer-mediated communication: An agent-based modelling approach. Funded by
CIGREF Foundation. Value c. £26k.
Smith C., Tubaro P. (2010). Co-investigator; contributed substantially to grant application. Eating
Disorders: new perspectives and a transdisciplinary approach. Funded by University of Greenwich,
value c. £14k.
Fischler C., Casilli A.A., Mounier L., Tubaro P. et al. (2009). Co-investigator; led grant application. “Anamia” sociability: An online/offline social networks approach to eating disorders (ANAMIA). Funded
by Agency for National Research, Paris, FR. Value c. £250k.
Tubaro P. (2009a). Sole applicant and Principal Investigator. An agent-based model of the Commercial
Court of Paris. Funded by European Science Foundation. Value c. £1k.
Tubaro P. (2009b). Sole applicant and Principal Investigator. Georgescu-Roegen on Gossen. Co-funded
by Gould Foundation at Paris School of Economics and Department of Economics, Duke
University. Value c. £3k.
Tubaro P., Tricou F. (2008-9). Principal Investigator; led grant application. Economic theory and
philosophy. Funded by EconomiX – University of Paris Ouest, Paris, FR. Value c £4k.
Tubaro P., Julien L., Tricou F. (2008). Principal Investigator; led grant application. Interface between
economic theory and history of theories. Funded by EconomiX – University of Paris Ouest, Paris,
FR. Value c £3k.
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4.3 Participation in joint research projects
Task leader. DwB, Data without Boundaries. Funded by European Commission, FP7 scheme (2011-15).
Workpackage leader. CESSDA-PPP, Council of European social science data archives – Preparatory
phase project, funded by European Commission, FP7 scheme (2008-9).
Project member, with special responsibility for the realisation of a survey. European network of excellence
EQUALSOC, funded by European Commission, FP6 scheme (2008).
4.4 Contributions to learned societies, journals and external peer bodies
Convenor, Social Network Analysis Group of British Sociological Association (2013 - present).
Member of the executive committee, UK Social Networks Association (2010-12).
Member of the editorial board of Journal of Economic Methodology (2014 - present) and Revue Française de
Sociologie (since 2015).
Co-editor of Cahiers d’Economie Politique (2008-9); member of international editorial board of Lecturas de
Economia (2009 – present).
Reviewer for grant applications submitted to: ESRC, Economic and Social Research Council (2013);
SNSF, Swiss National Science Foundation (2013); ANVUR, Italian agency for the evaluation of
Universities (2012); ESF, European Science Foundation (2009-11).
Reviewer for Routledge, Wiley, Sage and for the journals Information Systems Research ; Social Networks;
Current Sociology; Sociological Research Online; Revue française de sociologie; Health; Health Promotion
International; World Medical & Health Policy, International Studies in the Philosophy of Science; Journal of Economic
Methodology; European Journal of the History of Economic Thought; History of Economic Ideas; International
Journal of Management Practice; Cahiers d’Economie Politique; Revue d’Economie Régionale et Urbaine; Procedia –
Social and Behavioural Sciences; Communications; Terminal.
External member of the hiring committee for a research professorship, IRSTEA research centre, Antony,
FR (2013).
Professional memberships: American Economic Association, British Sociological Association, International Network
for Social Network Analysis, UK Social Networks Association.
4.5 Visiting
2015, University of Toulouse Jean Jaurès, FR (1 month).
2009, Duke University, Durham, US (1 month, with Gould fellowship of Paris School of Economics).
2008, Fondation Suisse pour la Recherche en Sciences Sociales, Université de Lausanne, CH (1 month).
2004, Institut Max Planck of Dresden, DE (1 month, with European grant).
2002, J.W. Goethe University of Frankfurt-am-Main, DE (4 months, with a grant from DAAD, German
agency for academic exchanges).
5. TEACHING
5.1 Credit-awarding courses
Years
2014-15
Courses
Sociology of social
networks
Level
PG
Role
Course leader
6
Institution
Ecole Normale
Supérieure, Paris
Hours
24h lectures
2014-15,
2013-14,
2012-13,
2011-12
Business economics:
markets and strategies
PG
Course
leader
University of
Greenwich
40h lectures, 20h
tutorials/year
2014-15,
2013-14
Research methods
(PhD)
PG
Course
leader
University of
Greenwich
9h lectures/year
2013-14
Foundations of scholarship
PG
Tutor
University of
Greenwich
24h tutorials
2013-14,
2012-13
Organisations and
networks
PG
Invited
speaker
USI Lugano,
CH
2h lectures/year
2013-14,
2012-13
Digital sociology
PG
Invited
speaker
ENSAM,
Paris, FR
6h lectures/year
2013-14
Company strategy and
information systems
PG
Invited
speaker
University
Paris Diderot,
FR
3h lectures
2012-13
Business research methods (for
taught master's students)
PG
Tutor
University of
Greenwich
48h tutorials
2011-12
International business
management
UG 3 Tutor
ABRS, Hong
Kong
15h lectures
2011-12,
2010-11
Personal and professional
development
UG
1, 2
Personal
tutor
University of
Greenwich
24h
tutorials/year
2010-11
Global business
PG
Tutor
University of
Greenwich
48h lectures,
24h tutorials
2010-11,
2009-10
2009-10
Business networks
PG
Tutor
Global enterprise and
innovation
PG
Tutor
University of
Greenwich
University of
Greenwich
12h
tutorials/year
36h tutorials
2007-8
Sociology of social networks
PG
Invited
speaker
2h lectures
2001-02
to
2005-6
Microeconomics, public
economics, macroeconomics,
international macroeconomics
UG
1, 2
Tutor
Ecole Normale
Supérieure, Paris,
FR
University of
Cergy-Pontoise,
FR
96h tutorials/year
5.2 Supervision of student research
PhD supervisions: Ms Y. Sarabi (first supervisor, since 2012); Mr H. Luong and Ms A. Piazza (second
supervisor, since 2014).
PhD external examiner: Dr N. Gailliard (IRSTEA, Montpellier, 2015), Dr A. Defossez (University of
Toulouse, 2014), Dr L. Wang (USI Lugano, 2011).
External examiner for the Postgraduate Diploma in Social Science Research Methods, University College
London - Institute of Education, London (since Sept. 2014).
Supervisor of 15 MSc dissertations in economics (2012-13) and of 15 MA/MBA dissertations in
international business (2010-13), University of Greenwich.
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5.3 Short courses for PhD students and researchers
Lund University, SE (2015); Tel Aviv University, IL (2014); University of Greenwich, London (2015,
2014, 2013): “Social Network Analysis: Theories, Methods, and Applications” (25h).
INSNA Sunbelt Conference, Tampa, US (2014), Hamburg, DE (2013), “Introduction to social network
analysis” (6h).
British Sociological Association, London (2015, 2014), “Using mixed methods in social network analysis”
(6h).
Institut Mines-Télécom, Paris, FR, Seminar on Social Research Methods (2014, 2012), Taster session on
Social Network Analysis (2h each).
University of Lille, FR, Summer School on social network analysis (2013), Session on Social networks and
simulation (3h).
Institut Mines-Télécom, FR, “Introduction to social network analysis” (2h); facilitator, practical
workshops (8h).
Office for Public Management, London (2011), “Social network analysis: policy and organizational
applications” (seminar, 1h30).
6. OTHER
6.1 Media presence
Interviews, talks and participation to panels: Europe 1, Deutsche Welle (2015) ; SkyTG 24 (2014) ; Radio
France Culture, Elle, Femme Actuelle, Canal +, Radio Aligre FM, Le temps, SFR Player (2013); BBC radio 3
(“The Essay”), Voice of Russia, Nouvel obs (2012); Regards sur le numérique, Woman’s journal (2011).
Op-eds: Libération, Slate.fr (2015); Discover Society (2014), Medium (2014) ; Le Monde - Internet Actu (2012).
Mentions: France 24, RTL, L’Express, Vice, PourquoiDocteur, Numérama, Ouest France, Le Figaro, Santé
Magazine, The Daily Beast (2015) ; Le Temps, Le Monde, Arte, Le Soir, France Info, Wired Italia, SkyTG 24
(2014); Washington Post, Sciences humaines (2013); The Economist, CNN, The Daily Mail, Le soir d'Algérie
(2012); OWNI, Technorati, GigaOM, The Times of India, Zee News TV India, Oman Tribune, Tempo
Indonesia, Science Daily, Sciencenewsline (2011).
6.2 Dissemination and public engagement
Research blog: http://databigandsmall.com/; Twitter: @ptubaro
Events: Printemps de l’Economie, Ministry of the Economy, Paris, FR (2015); Meeting of the French
Association of Eating Disorder Professionals, Paris, FR (2015); French Association of Patients and
Families with Eating Disorders, Paris, FR (2015); Training for Eating Disorders Professionals,
Portogruaro, IT (2015); Italian Coordination of Eating Disorders Associations, Parma, IT (2014), Internet
Festival, Pisa, IT (2014); Better Decisions Forum – Big Data & Open Data, Rome, IT (2014); thematic round
table Censoring Social Media, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, UK (2014).
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