Robin A Williams
Robin A Williams
Director, Institute for the Study of Science Technology & Innovation, University of Edinburgh
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The social shaping of technology
R Williams, D Edge
Research policy 25 (6), 865-899, 1996
Interdisciplinary integration in Europe: the case of the Fifth Framework programme
A Bruce, C Lyall, J Tait, R Williams
Futures 36 (4), 457-470, 2004
Introduction: an agenda for infrastructure studies
PN Edwards, GC Bowker, SJ Jackson, R Williams
Journal of the association for information systems 10 (5), 6, 2009
Software and organisations: The biography of the enterprise-wide system or how SAP conquered the world
N Pollock, R Williams
Routledge, 2008
Social learning in technological innovation: Experimenting with information and communication technologies
R Williams, J Stewart, R Slack
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2005
From Artefacts to Infrastructures
E Monteiro, N Pollock, O Hanseth, R Williams
Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 22 (4-6), 575-607, 2010
Adoption and use of Web 2.0 in scholarly communications
R Procter, R Williams, J Stewart, M Poschen, H Snee, A Voss, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2010
The business of expectations: How promissory organizations shape technology and innovation
N Pollock, R Williams
Social Studies of Science 40 (4), 525-548, 2010
Social shaping of technology: frameworks, findings and implications for policy with glossary of social shaping concepts
S Russell, R Williams
Shaping technology, guiding policy: Concepts, spaces and tools, 37-132, 2002
The wrong trousers? Beyond the design fallacy: social learning and the user
J Stewart, R Williams
Handbook of critical information systems research: Theory and application, 195, 2005
Global software and its provenance: generification work in the production of organisational software packages
N Pollock, R Williams
Configuring user-designer relations: Interdisciplinary perspectives, 193-218, 2009
Expertise and innovation: information technology strategies in the financial services sector
R Fincham, J Fleck, R Procter, H Scarbrough, M Tierney, R Williams
Oxford University Press, 1994
Shaping technology, guiding policy: concepts, spaces and tools
R Williams, KH Sorensen
Cheltenham: Elgar, 2002
E-infrastructures: How do we know and understand them? Strategic ethnography and the biography of artefacts
N Pollock, R Williams
Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) 19, 521-556, 2010
Research Commentary - Moving beyond the single site implementation study: how (and why) we should study the biography of packaged enterprise solutions
R Williams, N Pollock
Information Systems Research 23 (1), 1-22, 2012
Fitting standard software packages to non-standard organizations: the ‘biography’of an enterprise-wide system
N Pollock, R Williams, R Procter
Technology analysis & strategic management 15 (3), 317-332, 2003
The Social Shaping of Information and Communications Technologies
R Williams
The social shaping of information superhighways: European and American roads …, 1997
Dynamics of information technology implementation
J Fleck, J Webster, R Williams
Futures 22 (6), 618-640, 1990
Policies for cleaner technology: a new agenda for government and industry
T Clayton, G Spinardi, R Williams
Routledge, 1999
Compressed foresight and narrative bias: pitfalls in assessing high technology futures
R Williams
Science as Culture 15 (4), 327-348, 2006
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