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Vasilis (Bill) Niaros is the Sustainability Steward of the [[P2P Foundation]] and a Research Fellow at the [http://www.p2plab.gr/en/ P2P Lab]. His research work is related to commons-oriented urban and regional development with an emphasis on the use of ICT and desktop manufacturing technologies. Contact: vasilis.niaros at gmail.com
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=Short bio=
  
=Publications in peer-reviewed journals=
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Vasilis (Billy) Niaros is the Research Coordinator of the [[http://p2pfoundation.net/ P2P Foundation]] and a Research Fellow at the [http://www.p2plab.gr/en/ P2P Lab]. Billy holds a PhD in Technology Governance from Tallinn University of Technology (2016) as well as a five-year-BSc and a MSc in Urbanism and Regional Development from University of Thessaly. His research work is related to commons transitions at the city level with an emphasis on the use of local manufacturing technologies. During spring 2017 Billy holds a residency post at [http://timelab.org/ TimeLab], Ghent, joining a three-month-long Commons Transition Project funded by the Municipality of Ghent.
  
* '''Niaros, V.''' (2016). Introducing a taxonomy of the “smart city”: Towards a commons-oriented approach? ''tripleC: Journal for a Global Sustainable Information Society'', 14(1), 51-61.
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* Photo: [http://wiki.p2pfoundation.net/images/Niaros.jpg here]
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* Contact: vasilis.niaros at gmail.com
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* Google scholar page: [https://scholar.google.gr/citations?user=0hMd7aUAAAAJ&hl=en here]
  
* Kostakis, V., '''Niaros, V.''', & Giotitsas, C. (2015). Production and governance in hackerspaces: A manifestation of commons-based peer production in the physical realm?. ''International Journal of Cultural Studies'', 18(5), 555-573.
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=Publications=
  
* Kostakis, V., '''Niaros, V.''', Dafermos, G. & Bauwens, M. (2015). Design global, manufacture local: Exploring the contours of an emerging productive model. ''Futures'', 73, 126-135.
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==Peer reviewed articles==
  
* Kostakis, V., '''Niaros, V.''', & Giotitsas, C. (2015). Open source 3D printing as a means of learning: An educational experiment in two high schools in Greece. ''Telematics & Informatics'', 32 (1), 118–128.
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* Niaros, V. (2016). Introducing a taxonomy of the “smart city”: Towards a commons-oriented approach? ''tripleC: Journal for a Global Sustainable Information Society'', 14(1), 51-61.
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* Kostakis, V., Niaros, V., & Giotitsas, C. (2015). Production and governance in hackerspaces: A manifestation of commons-based peer production in the physical realm?. ''International Journal of Cultural Studies'', 18(5), 555-573.
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* Kostakis, V., Niaros, V., Dafermos, G., & Bauwens, M. (2015). Design global, manufacture local: Exploring the contours of an emerging productive model. ''Futures'', 73, 126-135.
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* Kostakis, V., Niaros, V., & Giotitsas, C. (2015). Open source 3D printing as a means of learning: An educational experiment in two high schools in Greece. ''Telematics & Informatics'', 32 (1), 118–128.
  
* Kostakis, V., Bauwens, M., & '''Niaros, V.''' (2015). Urban reconfiguration after the emergence of peer-to-peer infrastructures: Four future scenarios with an impact on smart cities. In D. Araya (Ed.),  ''Smart cities as democratic ecologies''(pp. 116-124). New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.
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===Working papers===
  
=Working papers=
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* Niaros, V., Kostakis, V., & Drechsler, W. (2017, accepted with changes). Making and sharing (in) the smart city: The emergence of makerspaces. ''Telematics & Informatics''.
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* Niaros, V., & Bauwens, M. (2017, accepted). Re-dynamising local economies in the age of Trumpism. ''Journal of Future Studies''.
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* Niaros, V., Pantazis, A., & Lemos, L. (2017). Public-commons partnerships: Empirical evidence from Ecuador and Greece.
  
* Making and sharing (in) the smart city: The emergence of makerspaces.
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==Reports==
  
* Value practices in peer production: Developments in open and contributory value accounting.
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* Bauwens, M., & Niaros, V. (2017). ''Value in the commons economy: Developments in open and contributory value accounting''. Berlin: Heinrich Böll Foundation.
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* Bauwens, M., & Niaros, V. (2017, forthcoming). ''The emergence of peer production: Challenges and opportunities for labor and unions''. Brussels: European Trade Union Institute.
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* De Filippi, P., Loveluck, B., Niaros, V., Pantazis, A., & Fuster, M. (2016). ''Best practices for commons-based peer production communities & policy recommendations''. P2P Value.
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* Pazaitis, A., Niaros, V., Dittus, M., & Fuster, M. (2016). ''Validation experiments: Research reports on validation experiments description and analysis''. P2P Value.
  
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==Book chapters==
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* Kostakis, V., Bauwens, M., & Niaros, V. (2015). Urban reconfiguration after the emergence of peer-to-peer infrastructures: Four future scenarios with an impact on smart cities. In D. Araya (Ed.),  ''Smart cities as democratic ecologies''(pp. 116-124). New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.
  
 
See [[Greece]].
 
See [[Greece]].
  
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Revision as of 09:22, 20 March 2017

Short bio

Vasilis (Billy) Niaros is the Research Coordinator of the [P2P Foundation] and a Research Fellow at the P2P Lab. Billy holds a PhD in Technology Governance from Tallinn University of Technology (2016) as well as a five-year-BSc and a MSc in Urbanism and Regional Development from University of Thessaly. His research work is related to commons transitions at the city level with an emphasis on the use of local manufacturing technologies. During spring 2017 Billy holds a residency post at TimeLab, Ghent, joining a three-month-long Commons Transition Project funded by the Municipality of Ghent.

  • Photo: here
  • Contact: vasilis.niaros at gmail.com
  • Google scholar page: here

Publications

Peer reviewed articles

  • Niaros, V. (2016). Introducing a taxonomy of the “smart city”: Towards a commons-oriented approach? tripleC: Journal for a Global Sustainable Information Society, 14(1), 51-61.
  • Kostakis, V., Niaros, V., & Giotitsas, C. (2015). Production and governance in hackerspaces: A manifestation of commons-based peer production in the physical realm?. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 18(5), 555-573.
  • Kostakis, V., Niaros, V., Dafermos, G., & Bauwens, M. (2015). Design global, manufacture local: Exploring the contours of an emerging productive model. Futures, 73, 126-135.
  • Kostakis, V., Niaros, V., & Giotitsas, C. (2015). Open source 3D printing as a means of learning: An educational experiment in two high schools in Greece. Telematics & Informatics, 32 (1), 118–128.

Working papers

  • Niaros, V., Kostakis, V., & Drechsler, W. (2017, accepted with changes). Making and sharing (in) the smart city: The emergence of makerspaces. Telematics & Informatics.
  • Niaros, V., & Bauwens, M. (2017, accepted). Re-dynamising local economies in the age of Trumpism. Journal of Future Studies.
  • Niaros, V., Pantazis, A., & Lemos, L. (2017). Public-commons partnerships: Empirical evidence from Ecuador and Greece.

Reports

  • Bauwens, M., & Niaros, V. (2017). Value in the commons economy: Developments in open and contributory value accounting. Berlin: Heinrich Böll Foundation.
  • Bauwens, M., & Niaros, V. (2017, forthcoming). The emergence of peer production: Challenges and opportunities for labor and unions. Brussels: European Trade Union Institute.
  • De Filippi, P., Loveluck, B., Niaros, V., Pantazis, A., & Fuster, M. (2016). Best practices for commons-based peer production communities & policy recommendations. P2P Value.
  • Pazaitis, A., Niaros, V., Dittus, M., & Fuster, M. (2016). Validation experiments: Research reports on validation experiments description and analysis. P2P Value.

Book chapters

  • Kostakis, V., Bauwens, M., & Niaros, V. (2015). Urban reconfiguration after the emergence of peer-to-peer infrastructures: Four future scenarios with an impact on smart cities. In D. Araya (Ed.), Smart cities as democratic ecologies(pp. 116-124). New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.

See Greece.