Wood, A.J. Graham, M. Lehdonvirta, V. and Hjorth, I. (2019), Networked but Commodified: The (Dis)Embeddedness of Digital Labour in the Gig Economy. Sociology, EPub ahead of print.
Wood, A.J. (2019), The Taylor Review: Understanding the gig economy, dependency and the complexities of control. New Technology, Work and Employment, 34(2): 111-115
Wood, A.J. Graham, M. Lehdonvirta, V. and Hjorth, I. (2019) Good gig, bad gig: autonomy and algorithmic control in the global gig economy. Work, Employment and Society, 33(1): 56-75.
Wright, C. Wood, A.J. Trevor, J. McLaughlin, C. Huang, W. Harney, B. Geelan, T. Colfer, B. Chang, C. Brown, W. (2019) Towards a new web of rules: An international review of institutional experimentations to strengthen labour standards. Employee Relations 41(2): 313-330.
Wood, A.J. (2018) Powerful Times: Flexible Discipline and Schedule Gifts at Work. Work, Employment and Society, 32(6): 1061–1077.
Wood, A.J. Lehdonvirta, V. and Graham, M. (2018) Workers of the Internet unite? Online freelancer organisation in six Asian and African countries. New Technology, Work and Employment 33(2): 95-112.
Wood, A.J. (2016) Flexible scheduling, the degradation of job quality and barriers to collective voice. Human Relations 69(10): 1989-2010.
Wood, A.J. (2015) Networks of injustice and worker mobilisation at Walmart. Industrial Relations Journal 46(4): 259–274.