Vili Lehdonvirta
Vili Lehdonvirta
Professor of Economic Sociology and Digital Social Research, University of Oxford
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Good gig, bad gig: autonomy and algorithmic control in the global gig economy
AJ Wood, M Graham, V Lehdonvirta, I Hjorth
Work, employment and society 33 (1), 56-75, 2019
Digital labour and development: impacts of global digital labour platforms and the gig economy on worker livelihoods
M Graham, I Hjorth, V Lehdonvirta
Transfer: European review of labour and research 23 (2), 135-162, 2017
Online labour index: Measuring the online gig economy for policy and research
O Kässi, V Lehdonvirta
Technological forecasting and social change 137, 241-248, 2018
Game design as marketing: How game mechanics create demand for virtual goods
J Hamari, V Lehdonvirta
International Journal of Business Science & Applied Management 5 (1), 14-29, 2010
Virtual item sales as a revenue model: identifying attributes that drive purchase decisions
V Lehdonvirta
Electronic commerce research 9, 97-113, 2009
Flexibility in the gig economy: managing time on three online piecework platforms
V Lehdonvirta
New Technology, Work and Employment 33 (1), 13-29, 2018
Workers of the Internet unite? Online freelancer organisation among remote gig economy workers in six Asian and African countries
AJ Wood, V Lehdonvirta, M Graham
New Technology, Work and Employment 33 (2), 95-112, 2018
Networked but commodified: The (dis) embeddedness of digital labour in the gig economy
AJ Wood, M Graham, V Lehdonvirta, I Hjorth
Sociology 53 (5), 931-950, 2019
The global platform economy: A new offshoring institution enabling emerging-economy microproviders
V Lehdonvirta, O Kässi, I Hjorth, H Barnard, M Graham
Journal of management 45 (2), 567-599, 2019
Social media, web, and panel surveys: using non‐probability samples in social and policy research
V Lehdonvirta, A Oksanen, P Räsänen, G Blank
Policy & internet 13 (1), 134-155, 2021
Algorithms that divide and unite: delocalisation, identity and collective action in ‘microwork’
V Lehdonvirta
Space, place and global digital work, 53-80, 2016
The risks and rewards of online gig work at the global margins
M Graham, V Lehdonvirta, A Wood, H Barnard, I Hjorth, P D Simon
Oxford Internet Institute, 2017
Knowledge map of the virtual economy: Converting the virtual economy into development potential
V Lehdonvirta, M Ernkvist
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2011
Virtual consumerism: case habbo hotel
V Lehdonvirta, TA Wilska, M Johnson
Information, communication & society 12 (7), 1059-1079, 2009
Virtual economies: Design and analysis
V Lehdonvirta, E Castronova
Mit Press, 2014
Virtual worlds don't exist: Questioning the dichotomous approach in MMO studies
V Lehdonvirta
Game Studies 10 (1), 2010
Designing motivation using persuasive ambient mirrors
T Nakajima, V Lehdonvirta
Personal and ubiquitous computing 17, 107-126, 2013
A history of the digitalization of consumer culture
V Lehdonvirta
Digital virtual consumption, 18-35, 2013
How do young people identify with online and offline peer groups? A comparison between UK, Spain and Japan
V Lehdonvirta, P Räsänen
Journal of Youth Studies 14 (1), 91-108, 2011
Antagonism beyond employment: how the ‘subordinated agency’of labour platforms generates conflict in the remote gig economy
AJ Wood, V Lehdonvirta
Socio-Economic Review 19 (4), 1369-1396, 2021
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