Education

2015-2018, M.A Communication and I.C.T (Cum laude),Università Studi di Torino. Thesis title: “Trust and cooperation in cryptomarket for illegal drugs.”

2011-2014, Bachelor Degree in Sociology and Social Policy (Cum laude),Università degli  studi di Firenze. Thesis title: “From the online community to the economy of platforms.”

Academic career and teaching activities

Filippo Andrei is a doctoral student in sociology and social research at the University of Trento. In April 2018, after graduating in communication studies (with laudem) at the University of Turin, he worked as an assistant researcher at the unit of organization studies of the department of politics, culture and society of Turin. His work focuses on the social mechanisms that generate cooperation and trust in illegal trade on the darknet. Furthermore, he is interested how social structure shapes technology in organizations and, in turn, how technology influences decision making. He has presented his work at the International Conference on Social Dilemmas and at the R&D Management Conference.

Research interests

Cybercrime,  cooperation problems, social psychology (especially on-line group processes), social dilemma, digital technology, digital methods in social science, social networks analysis.

Awards and honours

Academic year 2014/2015, Award as the best graduated in Sociology and Social policy at the University of Florence.

Conferences and lectures

Seminar by invitations:

  • 2019, (April) “The mechanism of Cooperation in Crypto market for illegal drugs” Invited seminar at the Institute of the sociology of the University of Bern Switzerland with Prof. Davide Barrera.
  • 2019, (April) “This must be the place: The importance of urban space at the time of the Platform economy” Seminar: “Riders e città” organized by Ivana Pais Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano.

Conference:

  • 2020,Order with some Law: Institutions moderate the effects of reputation in acryptomarket for illegal drugs” presented at Annual meeting of Italian society of economic sociology (SISEC), Turin.
  • 2020, “Configuring bodies in Industry 4.0: smart technologies meet ordinary humans”, 36th EGOS Colloquium presented at “Organizing for a sustainable future: responsibility, renewal, resistance”, Hamburg, Germany, 2-4 July 2020 with Bruni A., and Tirabeni L.  
  • 2019, (August) “This must be the place: The importance of urban space at the time of the platform economy” presented at ESA Conference 2019 in Manchester.
  • 2019, (June) “How does a project-based organization affect the development of the Industry 4.0? Leading innovation through a ‘fluid mosaic’ organizational model” presented at R&D Management Conference 2019 with Lia Tirabeni.
  • 2019, (June) “Order with some Law: Institutions moderate the effects of reputation in  a crypto market for illegal drugs” presented at the 18th International Conference on Social Dilemmas with Davide Barrera
  • 2019, (February) “Inside the black box. The unequal design of a technologicalartefact” presented at Annual meeting of Italian society of economic sociology(SIESC), Napoli with Lia Tirabeni.
  • 2019, (February), “This must be the place: The importance of urban space at the time of the platform economy” presented at Annual meeting of Italian society of economic sociology(SIESC), Napoli with Tommaso Frangioni.
  • 2018, (September) “Wellness from the sky. A case of application of wearable technologies in a manufacturing company” presented at the first conference of Sociology of health and Technologies studies, Bologna with Lia Tirabeni.