Dr Roser Pujadas completed her PhD in the Department of Management with a thesis that analysed the politics of knowledge and technology design in interventions aimed at supporting knowledge sharing and collaborative learning.
She previously obtained an MSc in New Media, Information ans Society from the Media and Communications Department at the LSE, with a dissertation on e-participation. She has conducted research as part of various research projects, and has several years of teaching experience.
Roser is broadly concerned with the relationship between knowledge, technology and social ordering. She is interested in the critical study of technologically-mediated collaboration and participation, and the organisation and politics of knowledge sharing and learning interventions. She is also interested in the sociomaterial processes by which certain knowledge comes to matter, and its performative effects. More recently she has become interested in critically analysing the sharing economy, and the variety of models of economic organisation that digital platforms support.
Information Systems and Innovation Faculty Research Group