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Barnes, S-A., Green, A. and de Hoyos, M. (2015). Crowdsourcing and work: individual factors and circumstances influencing employability. New Technology, Work and Employment 30(1): 16-31

Barnes, S-A., de Hoyos, M., Baldauf, B., Behle, H. and Green, A. (2013). D2: Review of State of the Art and Mapping: CROWDEMPLOY. Seville, Spain: JRC Institute for Prospective Technological Studies. Available online:

Cravens, J. and Ellis, S.J. (2014). The LAST Virtual Volunteering Guidebook. Fully Integrating Online Service into Volunteer Involvement. Philadelphia, USA: Energize, Inc. ISBN 978-0940576650

Damodaran, L. and Olphert, C.W. (2013). Keeping Silver Surfers on the Crest of a Wave - Older people's ICT learning and support needs. Working with Older People, practical approaches to work, leisure, lifestyle and learning. 17(1): 32-36.

Damodaran, L. and Olphert, C.W. (2013). The proposition - community hubs: meeting older people’s technology support needs, developing social communities and reducing isolation. Loughborough: Loughborough University.

Green A., de Hoyos M., Barnes S-A., Baldauf B. and Behle H. (2015) 'ICT, internet-enabled work and implications for space and entrepreneurship' in Mason C., Reuschke D., Syrett S. and van Ham M. (eds.) Entrepreneurship in Cities: Neighbourhoods, Households and Homes. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 58-79. (ISBN 978 1 78471 199 3)

Green, A., de Hoyos, M., Barnes, S-A., Baldauf, B. and Behle, H. (2014). Exploratory Research on Internet-enabled Work Exchanges and Employability. Analysis and synthesis of qualitative evidence on crowdsourcing for work, funding and volunteers. JRC Scientific and Policy Reports (Report EUR 26423 EN), Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, ISBN 978-92-79-35047-4.

Green, A., de Hoyos, M., Barnes, S., Baldauf, B. and Behle, H. (2013). CrowdEmploy Crowdsourcing Case Studies: An Empirical Investigation into the Impact of Crowdsourcing on Employability. JRC Technical Reports (Report EUR 26351 EN), Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, ISBN 978-92-79-34745-0.

Huws, U. (2015). A review on the future of work: online labour exchanges, or ‘crowdsourcing’: implications for occupational safety and health (Discussion paper). European Agency for Safety and Health at Work, European Union.

Huws, U. and Joyce, S. (2016). Crowd Working Survey. Size of the UK’s “Gig Economy’ revealed for the first time. University of Hertfordshire, FEPS and UNI Europa.

Sandhu, J., Damodaran, L. and Ramondt, L. (2013). ICT skills acquisition by older people: motivations for learning and barriers to progression. International Journal of Education and Ageing 3(1): 25-42

Warhurst, C., Eikhof, D.R. and Haunschild, A. (2008) (eds). Work Less, Live More? Critical Analyses of the Work-Life Boundary. London: Palgrave.