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Appendix: Bios of Guest Editors
Dr Petros Chamakiotis is an Associate Professor of Management at ESCP Business School in Madrid, Spain where he is also the Scientific Director of the MSc in Digital Project Management & Consulting. He is part of the ESCP Chair on ‘Reinventing Work’ funded by BNP Paribas in France, and he is affiliated with the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)- funded Digital Futures at Work Research Centre in the UK. His research focuses on technology-mediated forms of work (e.g., digital platforms, hybrid working, virtual teams) and currently he (co-)leads studies looking at the social value of platforms, digital coloniality, and social media use in the refugee context. With Prof. Petrakaki (SI co-editor), he has generated research income to study the value of digital platforms and to organise relevant workshops. His work has appeared in IS and management journals, and in the media and the international professional press. Between 2018 and 2021, he served as the Chair of the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) Working Group 9.5 ‘Our Digital Lives’ and he currently serves as an Associate Editor for the Information Systems Journal.
Prof Dimitra Petrakaki is a Professor of Technology and Organisation at the University of Sussex and Co-Investigator of the ESRC-funded Digital Futures at Work Research Centre. Her research interests revolve around the interaction between technology and work organisation with specific focus on healthcare. She is currently working on research projects that explore the social value of platforms in the Global South; platform work in healthcare and on the mediating role of digital technology (including Virtual Reality, platforms etc) in establishing professionalism. Her research has been funded by the Wellcome Trust, British Academy/Leverhulme, UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) and others and has been presented in world leading outlets, including Journal of the Association for Information Systems; Information Systems Journal; Social Science & Medicine; Sociology of Health & Illness; Organization; British Medical Journals and others. Dimitra is an Editorial Board member of New, Technology, Work and Employment and the International Journal of Information Management and an Associate Editor at Information Systems Journal.