Gian Marco Campagnolo
- Dr Gian Marco Campagnolo
- Lecturer & Programme Director; Alan Turing Fellow
- Attic Office Old Surgeons' Hall High School Yards Edinburgh UK EH1 1LZ
- +44 (0)131 650 2843
- Research Interests
- Valuation Studies, Social Data Science, Sociology of Images, Sociology of Business Knowledge, social studies of markets, Social Studies of ICT
I am Lecturer in Science & Technology Studies and Turing Inaugural Fellow at the University of Edinburgh. My research empirically focuses on ICT markets with a focus on the relationship between technology and expertise. While on secondment at Alan Turing Institute in London, I contributed to establish the Institute’s research agenda in social data science. Since my return to Edinburgh, I have been leading an inter-disciplinary research team of social scientists, statisticians and computer scientists to develop research using professional networking data to analyse professional careers in the IT sector. I also coordinate the social science input to the Edinburgh Data Science virtual campus. Previously, I have been visiting research fellow at Ecole des Mines in Paris and post-doc fellow at University of Trento (Italy), where I have also been consultant for the government’s digital agenda.
Campagnolo, G.M., Pollock, N. & Williams, R. (2015) “Technology as we do not know it: the extended practice of global software development”, Information & Organization. Volume 25, Issue 3, July 2015, Pages 150–159.
Johnson, M., Mozaffar, H., Williams, R., Campagnolo, G.M., Hyysalo, S., Pollock, N. (2014) “The managed prosumer: Evolving knowledge strategies in the design of information infrastructures”. Information, Communication & Society, Published Online. 17:7, 795-813.
Pollock, N., Campagnolo, G.M. (2015) “Subitizing Practices and Market Decisions. The Role of Simple Graphs In Business Settings” in Making Things Valuable, Martin Kornberger, Lise Jusesen, Jan Moursitsen & Anders Koed Madsen (Eds), Oxford University Press. (In Press).
Campagnolo, G.M., Ducati, S. (2010) “Changing Spaces for Social Learning in ERP Implementation: a Situational Analysis”, in: A. D’Atri, M. De Marco, A. M. Braccini, F. Cabiddu (eds), Management of the Interconnected World, Springer Physica-Verlag, pp. 97-104.
Campagnolo G.M. (2008) “Multi-sited ethnography and comparative case studies on technological implementation in the manufacturing industry” in A. Comacchio, A. Pontiggia, (eds.), L’organizzazione fa la differenza?, Carocci, Rome, pp. 95-111.
Campagnolo G.M., Jacucci G. (2006), “Designing the Accountability of Enterprise Architectures”, in J. Berleur, M.I. Nurminen & J. Impagliazzo (eds.), Social Informatics: An Information Society for All? In Remembrance of Rob Kling, Springer, New York, pp. 355-366.
Erbizzoni E., Teli M., Campagnolo G.M., De Paoli S., D’Andrea V. (2006), “Free/Open Source ERPs and translation processes: four empirical cases”, in A. Min Tjoa, L. Xu, S. Chaudhry (eds.) Research and Practical Issues of Enterprise Information Systems, Springer, New York, pp. 695- 704.
Liberman, K., Fele, G., D’Andrea, V., Campagnolo, G.M., Curzi, Y. & Viscusi, G. (2009) “Phenomenology and the Social Study of Information Systems: Conversations with Kenneth Liberman”, Quaderni di Sociologia, n.46, 5-60.
Topics interested in supervising
I am currently interested in supervising postgraduate students wanting to undertake ethnographic studies of 'data science' applications, qualitatively analysing the full data life-cycle from production, to analysis, consumption, data presentation and related controversies. I am open to consider PhDs wanting to address this topic with empirical cases from different fields, from marketing to policy making to performance measurement including sport. See video below for more information on my research on big data and sport:
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