Dr. Vincent Mosco
The Political Economy of Communication: Case Studies from China. Shanghai: East China Normal University Press, 2018.
Becoming Digital: Toward a Post-Internet Society. London: Emerald, 2017.
Marx and the Political Economy of the Media, ed. with Christian Fuchs, Leiden: Brill, 2015.
Translation: Shanghai: East China Normal University Press, 2016.
Marx in the Age of Digital Capitalism, ed. with Christian Fuchs, Leiden: Brill, 2015.
Translation: Shanghai: East China Normal University Press, 2016.
To the Cloud: Big Data in a Turbulent World. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers, 2014.
A Choice selection for Outstanding Academic Title of 2014. Translations: Beijing, China: Renmin University Press. Seoul, Korea: Communication Books, Inc., Barcelona: Biblioteca Buridán.
Critical Studies in Communication and Society, ed. with Jin Cao and Leslie Regan Shade. Shanghai: Shanghai Translation Publishing House, 2014.
Marx is Back – The Importance of Marxist Theory and Research for Critical Communication Studies Today, ed. with Christian Fuchs, Special issue of tripleC–Open Access Journal for a Global Sustainable Information Society http://www.triple-c.at/index.php/tripleC/article/view/427 10(2): 127-632, 2012. (Turkish edition: Istanbul: Nota Bene, 2014; Chinese edition: Shanghai: East China Normal University Press, 2016 ).
Getting the Message: Communications Workers and Global Value Chains, ed. with Catherine McKercher and Ursula Huws. London: Merlin Press, 2010. Also published as an issue of the journal Work Organisation, Labour, and Globalisation, 4(2), 2010.
The Political Economy of Communication, second revised edition, London: Sage, 2009. (Chinese edition: Shanghai: Shanghai Translation Publishing House, 2013; Persian edition: Tehran: Saghee, 2012; Korean edition: Seoul: NANAM Publishing House, forthcoming).
The Laboring of Communication, with Catherine McKercher, Lanham, Maryland, Lexington Books, 2008.
Knowledge Workers in the Information Society, ed. with Catherine McKercher, Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 2007 (Chinese edition: Shanghai: Shanghai Translation Publishing House, 2014).
Canadian Journal of Communication, Double themed issue on Knowledge Workers, ed. with Catherine McKercher, 31(6), 2006.
The Digital Sublime: Myth, Power, and Cyberspace. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2004. (Chinese edition, Peking University Press; Spanish edition, University of Veracruz Press).
Winner of the 2005 Gary A. Olson Award for best book of the year in rhetoric and cultural studies
Continental Order?: Integrating North America for Cyber-Capitalism, ed. with Dan Schiller, New York: Rowman and Littlefield, 2001.
The Political Economy of Communication: Rethinking and Renewal, London: Sage, 1996.
(Chinese editions, Beijing: Huaxia; Taiwan: Wu-Nan Book Co., Korean edition, Seoul: Nanam Publishing Co.; Spanish edition, Barcelona: Bosch).
Illuminating the Blindspots: Essays Honoring Dallas W. Smythe, ed. with Janet Wasko and Manjunath Pendakur, Norwood, N.J.: Ablex, 1993.
Democratic Communication in the Information Age, ed. with Janet Wasko, Norwood, N.J.: Ablex and Toronto: Garamond, 1992.
The Pay-Per Society: Computers and Communication in the Information Age. Toronto: Garamond, 1989; Norwood, N.J.: Ablex, 1989.
The Political Economy of Information, ed. with Janet Wasko, Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1988.
Popular Culture and Media Events, ed. with Janet Wasko, Norwood, NJ: Ablex, 1985.
Changing Patterns of Communication Control, ed. with Janet Wasko, Norwood, N.J.: Ablex, 1984.
Policy Research in Telecommunications, Norwood, NJ: Ablex, 1984.
Labor, the Working Class and the Media. ed. with Janet Wasko, Norwood, N.J.: Ablex, 1983.
Pushbutton Fantasies: Critical Perspectives on Videotex and Information Technology. Norwood, NJ: Ablex, 1982. (Spanish edition, Barcelona: Paidos, 1986; Korean edition, Seoul: Nanam Publishing Co, 2003).
Broadcasting in the United States: Innovative Challenge and Organizational Control. Norwood, NJ: Ablex, 1979.
Journal Articles, Book Chapters, and Policy Reports
“What is Media: The Next Internet,” in What is Media?, ed. by Janet Wasko and Jeremy Swartz, Chicago, IL: Intellect Ltd./University of Chicago Press, forthcoming.
"Preface," in Media, Ideology and Hegemony, ed. by Savaş Çoban, Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill, 2018.
“Political Economies of Media Technologies.” In Oxford Encyclopedia of Communication and Critical Studies. Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/acrefore/9780190228613.013.ORE_COM-00553.R, June 2018.
“Work Surveillance,” in Sage Encyclopedia of Surveillance, Security, and Privacy , ed. by Bruce A. Arigo. Thousand Oaks: Sage, March, 2018. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781483359922.n494, Print page: 1133.
"A Critical Perspective on the Post-Internet World," in Javnost/The Public, a special 25th Anniversary issue of the journal, February, 2018. http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/UjKI94uqU7iZmddaU2n9/full.
"The Next Internet" in Carbon Capitalism and Communication, edited by Benedetta Brevini and Graham Murdock, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017, pp. 95-107.
"Shadow of the Golem in Silicon Valley," iai News, September 4, 2017, http://bit.ly/2vtvQwf
"The Political Economy of Media Effects" with Ian Nagy, International Encyclopedia of Media Effects, April 2017.
"Weaponized Drones in the Military Information Society: A Review Essay," Science as Culture, No. 2, 2017. http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/Ma7wcBgfEXsh8CZmGCyM/full
“Political Economy,” in Oxford Bibliographies in Communication, ed. by Patricia Moy, New York: Oxford University Press, 2017.
"Class" in International Encyclopedia of Communication Theory and Philosophy, edited by Klaus Bruhn Jensen and Robert T. Craig (Editors-in-Chief), Jefferson D. Pooley and Eric Rothenbuhler (Associate Editors), John Wiley & Sons, 2016.
“Foreward,” to Marc Edge, The News We Deserve: The Transformation of Canada’s Media Landscape. Vancouver: New Star Books, 2016.
"After the Internet: New Technologies, Social Issues, and Public Policies," Fudan Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, December, 2016, http://rdcu.be/nV0N
“The Political Economy of Journalism” (in English and Portuguese) in Economia Política do Jornalismo: tendências, perspectivas e desenvolvimento regional. Edited by Jacqueline Lima Dourado, Denise Maria Moura da Silva Lopes, and Renan da Silva Marques, Teresinam Brazil: EDUFPI, 2016, pp.10-68.
« Après l’Internet : le Cloud, les big data et l’Internet des objets »,Les Enjeux de l'information et de la communication 2016/2 (n° 18), p. 253-264. https://www.cairn.info/revue-les-enjeux-de-l-information-et-de-la-communication-2016-2-page-253.htm
"L’économie politique," in Perspectives Critiques en Communication, edited by France Aubin and Julien Rueff, translated by France Aubin, Quebec: Presses Universitaires du Québec, 2016.
“Political Economy,” International Encyclopedia of Political Communication, New York: Wiley-Blackwell, 2016.
“Profit and Power: British Marxists on the Political Economy of the Media,” with Enda Brophy, in British Marxism and Cultural Studies: Essays on a Living Tradition, edited by Philip Bounds and David Berry, London: Routledge, 2016, pp.153-181.
“The Political Economy of the Internet,” with Patricia Mazepa, in Handbook on the Economics of the Internet, edited by Johannes Bauer and Michael Latzer, Cheltenham, UK; Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, 2016, pp.163-180.
"Can the Internet of Things be Democratized?" Monitor, a publication of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, November/December 2015 https://www.policyalternatives.ca/publications/monitor/can-internet-things-be-democratized
“Vincent Mosco,” in Key Thinkers in Critical Communication Scholarship, ed. by John A. Lent and Michelle Amazeen, New York: Palgrave-Macmillan, 2015, pp.124-145.
"Preface" to the Korean language edition of To the Cloud: Big Data in a Turbulent World, Seoul: Communication Books, Inc. 2015.
“The Political Economy of Communication: A Living Tradition,” in Power, Media, Culture: A Critical View from the Political Economy of Communication, ed. by Luis Albornoz, London: Palgrave MacMillan, 2015, pp. 35-60.
“Introduction,” (with Christian Fuchs) in Marx and the Political Economy of the Media, ed. with Christian Fuchs, Leiden and Boston: Brill: 2015, pp.1-22.
“Marx is Back, But Which One? On Knowledge Labour and Media Practice,” Marx and the Political Economy of the Media, ed. with Christian Fuchs, Leiden and Boston: Brill: 2015, pp. 23-35.
“Introduction,” (with Christian Fuchs) in Marx in the Age of Digital Capitalism, ed. with Christian Fuchs, Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2015, pp.1-21.
“Marx in the Cloud,” in Marx in the Age of Digital Capitalism, ed. with Christian Fuchs, Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2015, pp.517-536.
"Digital Labour Takes to the Cloud," in Digital Labour and Prosumer Capitalism, edited by Olivier Frayssé and Mathieu O’Neil, London: MacMillan, 2015, pp.207-212.
"Working (or not) in the Cloud: Chains of Accumulation and Chains of Resistance," in Routledge Companion to Labor and Media, edited by Richard Maxwell, New York: Routledge, 2015, pp.18-29.
“The Political Economy of the Media,” Concise Encyclopedia of Communication, edited by Wolfgang Donsbach, New York: Wiley, 2015.
“Political Economy,” in Oxford Bibliographies: Communication, overview of the field and annotated online bibliography, New York: Oxford, 2015.
"Staying Ahead of the Curve: An Interview with Vincent Mosco," in Sociologija Medija, a publication of the Croatian Sociological Association, 2014 https://socmediji.wordpress.com/2014/09/10/staying-ahead-of-the-curve-an-interview-with-vincent-mosco/ and in Croatian http://www.zarez.hr/clanci/oblak-kao-javni-resurs
“Political Economic Theory and Research,” in The Handbook of Media and Communication Theory, edited by Robert S. Fortner and P. Mark Fackler, New York: Wiley, 2014, pp.37-55.
“Political Economy,” in The Routledge Companion to Global Popular Culture, ed. by Toby Miller, London: Routledge, 2014, pp.13-22.
“What is Social Class?” in Critical Studies in Communication and Society, ed. Jin Cao, Vincent Mosco, and Leslie Regan Shade. Shanghai: Shanghai Translation Publishing House, 2014, pp.17-25.
“Working Knowledge: Why Labour Matters for Information Studies,” in Critical Studies in Communication and Society, ed. Jin Cao, Vincent Mosco, and Leslie Regan Shade. Shanghai: Shanghai Translation Publishing House, 2014, pp.382-395.
"Foreward” to The Audience Commodity in a Digital Age, edited by Vincent Manzerolle and Lee McGuigan, New York: Peter Lang, 2014, pp.xi-xv.
“Marx is Back, but Will Knowledge Workers of the World Unite?” in Critique, Social Media and the Information Society, ed. by Christian Fuchs and Marisol Sandoval, New York: Routledge, 2014, pp.248-260.
“Virtual Dystopia,” in Oxford Handbook of Virtuality (with Andrea Hunter), edited by Mark Grimshaw, London: Oxford University Press, 2013, pp.727-737.
“Preface,” to the Chinese language edition of The Political Economy of Communication, second edition, Shanghai: Shanghai Translation Publishing House, 2013.
“The Two Marxes: Bridging the Political Economy/Technology and Culture Divide” in The International Companion to Media Studies, ed. by Angharad Valdivia, Vol. 1, New York: Blackwell, 2013 pp.59-87.
“Introduction: Marx is Back – The Importance of Marxist Theory and Research for Critical Communication Studies Today,” with Christian Fuchs, tripleC–Open Access Journal for a Global Sustainable Information Society, 10(2), 2012, 127-140.
"Marx is Back, But Which One? On Knowledge Labour and Media Practice,” tripleC–Open Access Journal for a Global Sustainable Information Society, 10(2), 2012, 570-576.
“Entanglements: Between Two Cultures and Beyond Science Wars,” Science as Culture, 21(1), 2012, 101-115.
“La Economía Política de la Comunicación: Una Tradición Viva, in Poder, Medios, Cultura: Una Mirada Crítica Desde la Economía Política de la Comunicación, ed. by Luis A. Albornoz, Buenos Aires: Paidos, 2011, 61-92.
“Communication and Cultural Labor,” in Renewing Cultural Studies, ed. by Paul Smith, Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2011, 230-237.
"Preface,” to Understanding Communication (Turkish), by Irfan Erdogan, Istanbul, 2011.
“The Political Economy of Labour,” in Handbook of the Political Economy of Communication, ed. by Janet Wasko, Graham Murdock, and Helena Sousa, London: Blackwell, 2011, 358-380.
“Schiller, Herbert I.” The International Encyclopedia of Communication, edited by Wolfgang Donsbach, Blackwell Publishing, 2008. Blackwell Reference Online. 21 June 2010
“Social Theory and Knowledge Labour in the Information Society (in Chinese),” Technology, Institutions and Media: 30 Years of Chinese Media Reform, ed. by Tong Bing, Shanghai: Fudan University Press, 2010, 1-11.
“The Political Economy of Communication: Power and Resistance. Interview with Vincent Mosco,” interview by Begoña Ballesteros, Luis Luján, and Joan Pedro, Global Media Journal: American Edition, Vol. 10 (Autumn, 2010), No.17, online: http://lass.calumet.purdue.edu/cca/gmj/fa10/gmj-fa10-article2-ballesteros-lujan-pedro.htm
“Introduction: Getting the Message: Communications Workers and Global Value Chains,” with Catherine McKercher, Work Organisation, Labour, and Globalisation, 4(2), 2010, 1-12.
“Prospects for Trade Unions and Labour Organisations in India’s IT and ITES Industries,” with Andrew Stevens, Work Organisation, Labour, and Globalisation, 4(2), 2010), 42-62.
“The Political Economy of Cultural Production,” in Handbook of Cultural Sociology, ed. by John R. Hall, Laura Grindstaff and Ming-Cheng Lo, London: Routledge, 2010, 569-576.
“Approaching Digital Democracy,” New Media and Society, 11(8), 2009, 1394-1400.
“The Political Economy of Communication: A Living Tradition,” Media Asia, 36(3), 146-155, 184, 2009.
“Working Knowledge: Why Labour Matters for Information Studies,” Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science, 33(3 /4), 2009, 193-214.
“The Labouring of International Communication,” with David O. Lavin, in Internationalizing Media Studies, ed. by Daya Thussu, London: Routledge, 2009, 147-162.
“The Future of Journalism,” Journalism, Vol. 10, No.3, pp. 346–348, 2009.
"Introduction,” with Dan Schiller, to the translation of Vincent Mosco, The Digital Sublime, Chinese language edition, Beijing: Peking University Press, 2009.
“Current Trends in the Political Economy of Communication,” in Global Media Journal- Canadian Edition, 1, (1), 2008, online, http://www.gmj.uottawa.ca/current-issue_e.html
“Trade Unions and Worker Movements in the North American Communication Industries,” Work Organisation, Labour, and Globalisation, 2(1), 2008, 24-37.
“The Political Economy of the Media,” in The International Encyclopedia of Communication, ed. by Wolfgang Donsbach, 8, London: Wiley-Blackwell (Oxford, UK and Malden, MA), 2008, 3697-3709.
“Review Essay: Knowledge Workers,” Canadian Journal of Communication, 33(1), 2008, 121-125.
“Communication and Knowledge Labor,” in Battleground: The Media, Volume 1, ed. by Robin Anderson and John Gray, Westport: Greenwood Press, 2008, 86-91.
“Knowledge Workers of the World! Unite?,” Communication, Culture & Critique, 1(1), 2008, 103-113.
“Creative Differences: The Problems of Outsourcing Knowledge and Media Labor,” in Cross-Border Cultural Production: Economic Runaway or Globalization?, ed. by Janet Wasko and Mary Erickson, Youngstown, NY: Cambria Press, 2008, 85-116.
“Labour Convergence in the Knowledge Industries,” in Media and Ethics, Ankara: Gazi Universitesi and Turkish National Commission for UNESCO, 2007, 43-70.
“Introduction: Theorizing Knowledge Labor and the Information Society,” (with Catherine McKercher), Knowledge Workers in the Information Society, ed. by Catherine McKercher and Vincent Mosco, Lanham, MD.: Lexington Books, 2007, vii-xxiv.
“Outsourcing Knowledge Jobs: Workers Respond to the New International Division of Labor” (with Andrew Stevens) in Knowledge Workers in the Information Society, ed. by Catherine McKercher and Vincent Mosco, Lanham, MD.: Lexington Books, 2007, 147-162.
“Convergences: Elements of a Feminist Political Economy of Labour and Communication,” (with Catherine McKercher and Andrew Stevens) in Feminist Interventions in International Communication: Minding the Gap, ed. by Katharine Sarikakis and Leslie Regan Shade Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2007, 207-223.
“Whose Ground Zero? Contesting Public Space in Lower Manhattan,” in Media in the Age of Marketization, ed. by Graham Murdock and Janet Wasko, Creskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2007, 65-81.
“Political Economic Theory and Communication Research,” with David Lavin, Global Media Journal-Persian Edition, trans. into Farsi by Hamid Abdollahyan, et al., July, 2007, online, http://dcsfs.ut.ac.ir/gmj/
“The Labouring of the Public Service Principle: Union Convergence and Worker Movements in the North American Communication Industries,” INFO: The Journal of Policy, Regulation and Strategy, 9(2), 2007, 57-68.
“Strange Topography: Globalization at Ground Zero,” E-Compos (Brazil), 7, January, 2007, online,
"Divided They Stand: Hollywood Unions in the Information Age,” (with Catherine McKercher) Work Organisation, Labour and Globalisation, 1(1), 2007, 130-143.
“Mass Communications,” in 21st Century Sociology: Reference Handbook, ed. by Clifton D. Bryant and Dennis L. Peck, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2006, 549-558.
“Will Knowledge Workers of the World Unite?” Academic Matters (Winter 2006), 16-17.
“Do mito do ciberespaco a economia politica da comunicacao digital,” in Comunicacao, Economia e Poder, ed. by Helena Sousa, Porto, Portugal: Porto Editoria, 2006, 79-102.
"Empire at Ground Zero,” in Urban Communication: Production, Text, Context, ed. by Tim Gibson and Mark Lowes, Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2006, 199-215.
“Editorial: The Labouring of Communication,” (with Catherine McKercher) Canadian Journal of Communication, 31(3), 2006, 493-497.
“Convergence Bites Back: Labour Struggles in the Canadian Communications Industry,” (with Catherine McKercher) Canadian Journal of Communication, 31(3), 2006, 733-751.
“Knowledge Workers in the Global Economy: Antimonies of Outsourcing,” Social Identities, 12(6), 2006, 771-790.
“Revisiting the Political Economy of Communication,” in Marxism and Communication Studies, ed. by Lee Artz, Dana Cloud, and Stephen Macek, New York: Peter Lang, 2006, 87-110.
“Telecom Deregulation: Three Myths,” Canadian Dimension, 40(4), 2006, 16.
“Communication Globalization: Myth and Power in the Digital Age,” Chinese Communication Society (June, 2006), 3-15.
“La Economia Politica de la Comunicacion: una actualizacion diez anos despues,” (trans. Maria Trinidad Garcia Leiva) Cuadernos de Informacion y Comunicacion, 11 (2006), 57-79.
“Report of the External Reviewers on the Faculty of Information and Media Studies, University of Western Ontario,” with Edie Rasmussen and Leonard Teel, submitted to the Academic Vice President, University of Western Ontario, May, 2006.
“On Mosco Street: An Interview with Vincent Mosco,” (with James F. Tracy) Democratic Communiqué, 20 (Spring, 2006), 1-16.
“Citizenship Works,” Global Media Journal-Mediterranean Edition, 1(1), 2006, 17-28.
"What are Workers Doing About Electronic Surveillance in the Workplace? An Examination of Trade Union Agreements in Canada,” (with Simon Kiss), in The Information Society: Emerging Landscapes, ed. by Chris Zielinski, Penny Duquenoy, and Kai Kimppa, New York: Springer, 2006, 193-209.
“Labor Convergence in the Knowledge Industries,” Iletisim: kuram ve arastırma dergisi (Turkey) 23, 2006, 81-100.
“La economía política de la comunicación: una actualización de diez años,” in NINCO / Investigaciones de la Comunicación, 17(2), 2005, 25-57.
“Negotiating Electronic Surveillance in the Workplace: A Study of Collective Agreements in Canada,” (with Simon Kiss) Canadian Journal of Communication, 30(4), 2005, 549-564.
“Telecommunications in Canada: Technology, Industry, Policy and Labour,” Report prepared for the Communication, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada, December 2005.
“From the Myth of Cyberspace to the Political Economy of Computer Communication,” Comunicação e Sociédade (Portugal), 7, 2005, 47-63.
“Here Today, Outsourced Tomorrow: Knowledge Workers in the Global Economy,” Javnost/The
Public, 12 (2), 2005, 39-56.
“The Architecture of Post-Industrialism,” International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics, 1(1), 2005, 9-13.
“The Political Economy Tradition of Media Research,” a unit in the University of Leicester, Graduate Course in Communication, Center for Mass Communication Research, Leicester, UK., 2005.
“From Here to Banality: Myths About Cyberspace and Communication Policy,” in Seeking Convergence in Policy and Practice, ed. by Marita Moll and Leslie Reagan Shade, Ottawa: Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, 2004, 23-41.
“Research and Scholarship in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences at Southern Illinois University Carbondale: A Consultant Team Report” with Samuel Hope, Robert Secor, Jagdish N. Sheth, and Edna Mora Szymanski,” submitted to the Vice Chancellor, Research, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, September, 2004.
“Capitalism’s Chernobyl? From Ground Zero to Cyberspace and Back Again,” in Toward a Political Economy of Culture: Capitalism and Communication in the 21st Century, ed. by Andrew Calabrese and Colin Sparks, New York: Rowman and Littlefield, 2003, 211-227.
"High Tech Hegemony: Transforming Canada’s Capital into Silicon Valley North,” (with Patricia Mazepa) in The Globalization of Corporate Media Hegemony, ed. by Lee Artz and Yahya Kamalipour, New York: State University of New York Press, 2003, 93-112.
"The Transformation of Communication in Canada,” in Changing Canada: Political Economy as Transformation, ed. by Wallace Clement and Leah Vosko, Montreal: McGill-Queen’s Press, 2003, 287-308.
“Brand New World? Globalization, Cyberspace, and the Politics of Convergence,” in Public Broadcasting and the Public Interest, ed. by Michael P. McCauley, Eric E. Peterson, Lee Artz, and DeeDee Halleck, Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2003, 25-40; reprinted in 2001 Bogues: Globalisme et Pluralisme, Vol. 1, Quebec: University of Laval Press, 2003, 31-51.
“Webs of Myth and Power: Connectivity and the New Computer Technopolis,” in The World Wide Web and Contemporary Cultural Theory, ed. by Andrew Herman and Thomas Swiss, New York: Routledge, 2000, 42-68; also published in The Cybercities Reader, ed. by Stephen Graham, London: Routledge, 2003, 199-204.
“Electronic Commerce,” in The Dictionary of American History, 3rd edition, ed. by Stanley L. Kutler, New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 2003.
“Report on Canada Industrial Relations Board File No. 22076-C re: Application Pursuant to Sections 18, 18.1 35, 44, 45 & 46 of the Canada Labour Relations Code between the Telecommunications Workers Union and TELUS Communications Inc.,” Submitted to the Canada Industrial Relations Board, June 2002
“The Party’s Over: Social Policy for Citizenship in an Information Society,” Report to Human Resources Development Canada, May, 2002.
“Bridging the Gap: Processes of Communication and Institutions of Political Economy,” in Networking Knowledge for Information Societies:Institutions & Intervention, ed. by Robin Mansell, Rohan Samarajiva, and Amy Mahan, Delft, The Netherlands, Delft University Press, 2002, 260-264.
“Introduction: Integrating a Continent for a Transnational World,” (with Dan Schiller) in Continental Order?: Integrating North America for Cyber-Capitalism, ed. by Vincent Mosco and Dan Schiller, New York: Rowman and Littlefield, 2001, 1-34.
“Media Concentration in a Dot-Com World,” in Canadian Communications: Issues in Contemporary Media and Culture, ed. by Bohdan Szuchewycz and Jeannette Sloniowski, Toronto: Prentice-Hall, 2001, 186-188.
“L’economia Politica della Rete” in Communicazione Globale: Democrazia, Sovranità, Culture, ed. by Claudia Padovani, Turin, Italy: UTET Libreria, 2001, 118-142.
“Cyberspace and the End of Politics,” with Derek Foster, Journal of Communication Inquiry, 25(3), 2001), 218-236.
"Living on in the Number One Country: The Legacy of Herbert I. Schiller,” Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 45(1), 2001, 191-198.
“Les Nouvelles Technologies de Communication: Une Approche Politico-économique,” Reseaux: Communication, Technologie, Sociéte, 18(101), 2000, 93-118.
“Political Economy,” in Unspun: Key Concepts for the World Wide Web, ed. by Andrew Herman and Thomas Swiss, New York: New York University Press, 2000, 51-65.
“The Web,” in Understanding Contemporary Society: Theories of the Present, ed. by Gary Browning, Abigail Hacli, and Frank Webster, London: Sage, 2000, 343-355.
“Questioning the Concept of the Audience,” (with Lewis Kaye), in Consuming Audiences, ed. by Ingunn Hagen and Janet Wasko , New Jersey: Hampton Press, 2000, 31-46.
“Learning to be a Citizen of Cyberspace,” in Transition to the Knowledge Society, ed. by Kjell Rubenson and Hans G. Schuetze, Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2000, 377-392.
"Public Policy on the Information Highway: Access, Equity, and Universality,” Report to the National Library of Canada, February, 2000.
“Report on BCT.TELUS (a merged Corporation formed from BC TELECOM and TELUS Corporation) and the Telecommunications Workers Unions (TWU) re: Application Pursuant to Sections 18, 18.1 35, 44, 45 & 46 of the Canada Labour Relations Code,” November, 1999.
“New York.com: A Political Economy of the ‘Informational’ City,” The Journal of Media Economics, 12,(2), 1999), 103-116.
"Cyber-Monopoly: A Web of Techno-Myths,” Science as Culture, 8(2), 1999, 5-22.
"Economia Política da Comunicaçao: Uma Perspectiva Laboral” Comunicaçao e Sociédade (Portugal), 12 (1-2), 1999, 97-120.
“The Political Economy of New Technological Spaces: Malaysia's Multimedia Super Corridor,” (with Steven Jackson), Journal of International Communication, 6(1), 1999, 23-40.
"Will Computer Communication End Geography?" in The Information Resources Policy Handbook, ed. by Benjamin M. Compaine and William H. Read, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1999, 29-73.
“Place Matters: Citizenship and the New Computer Technopolis,” in The Communications Revolution at Work: The Social, Economic and Political Impacts of Technological Change, ed. by Robert Boyce, Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1999, 39-55.
“Citizenship and the Technopoles,” in Communication, Citizenship, and Social Policy, ed. by Andrew Calabrese and Jean-Claude Burgelman, New York: Rowman and Littlefield, 1999, 33-45; also published in Critical Cultural Policy Studies: A Reader, edited by Justin Lewis and Toby Miller, London: Blackwell, 2003, 335-343.
“A Vision for Political Economy,” Democratic Communiqué, 16(1), 1998), 16-19.
“Myth-ing Links: Power and Community on the Information Highway,” The Information Society, 14(1), 1998, 57-62.
"Repensando e Renovando a Economica Política da Informação,” Perspectivas em Ciência da Informação ( Brazil), 3 (2), 1998, 97-114.
"Political Economy, Communication and Labor," in Global Productions, ed. by Gerald Sussman and John Lent, Hampton, New Jersey: Hampton Press, 1998, 13-38.
“Foreward,” to Reconvergence: A Political Economy of Telecommunications, by Dwayne Winseck, Hampton, NJ: Hampton Press, 1998, xvii-xx.
“The Socio-Cultural Implications of a Knowledge-Based Society: A Prospective Research Survey,” Report prepared for the Federal Ministry of Canadian Heritage, February, 1998.
“Assessment Report on the School of Journalism and Communication to the Vice-Chancellor, Universiti Sains Malaysia,” Penang, Malaysia, 1997.
“Citizenship and the Technopoles,” The Public, 4 (4), 1997, 35-45.
"Media Policy in North America," (with Vanda Rideout) in International Media Research: A Critical Survey, ed. by John Corner, Philip Schlesinger, and Roger Silverstone, London: Routledge, 1997, 154-183.
"Political Economy, Communication, and Policy," (with Andrew Reddick), in Democratizing Communication? Comparative Perspectives in Information and Power, ed. by Mashoed Bailie and Dwayne Winseck, New Jersey: Hampton Press, 1997, 10-32.
"Communication Policy in the United States," (with Vanda Rideout), in Democratizing Communication? Comparative Perspectives in Information and Power, ed. by Mashoed Bailie and Dwayne Winseck, New Jersey: Hampton Press, 1997, 81-104.
“Marketable Commodity or Public Good: The Conflict between Domestic and Foreign Communication Policy” in How Ottawa Spends, 1997-1998, ed. by Gene Swimmer, Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1997, 159-178.
"Will Computer Communication End Geography? in Annual Review of Communications 1996, ed. by Daniel R. Coran, Chicago: International Engineering Consortium, 1996, 779-796. (Originally published as a research report for the Harvard Program on Information Resources Policy)
“Myths Along the Information Highway,” Peace Review, 8(1) (1996), 119-125.
“Rethinking and Renewing the Political Economy of Information,” Canadian Journal of Information Science, 20(2), 10-29.
"The Political Economy Tradition of Media Research,” in Approaches to Media Communications, ed. by Oliver Boyd-Barrett, Leicester: Centre for Mass Communication Research, 1995.
“Continuity and Change in Critical Communication,” in A Different Road Taken, ed. by John Lent, Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, 1995, 173-181.
“Convergencia en las tecnologias de la comnicación y la información” (Convergence in Communication and Information Technology), Communicación Social 1995/ Tendencias: Informes Annuales de Fundesco, Madrid: Fundesco, 1995, 201-205.
“Will Geography End with Computer Communication? The Impact of Computer Communication on Distance, Time and Location,” Program on Information Resources Policy, Harvard University, September, 1995, P-95-4.
“Information Infrastructure: Public Interest Perspectives in a Research Framework.” with Andrew Clement, Joanne Marshall, Stephen McDowell, and Cheryl Buchwald, Toronto: Information Policy Research Project, Faculty of Information Studies, University of Toronto, 1995.
“Getting It Right with Computer Communication: A Case Study of the United Services Automobile Association,” Program on Information Resources Policy, Harvard University, December, 1994, P-94-9.
"The Political Economy of Communication: Lessons from the Founders,” in Information and Communication in Economics, ed. by Robert E. Babe, Boston: Kluwer, 1994, 105-123.
“Telecommunications for a Democratic Public Sphere: The Case of Canada,” in Information Society and Civil Society: An International Dialogue on the Changing World Order ed. by Slavko Splichal, Andrew Calabrese, and Colin Sparks, West Lafayette, Indiana: Purdue University Press, 1994, 307-349.
“The State of the Industry,” in Comparing Notes: Proceedings of a Conference on Workplace Reorganization in the Telecommunications Industry, Ottawa: Communications, Energy and Paperworkers of Canada, 1994, 16-28.
“Rethinking Political Economy: Change and Continuity,” (with Eileen R. Meehan and Janet Wasko) in Defining Media Studies: Reflections on the Future of the Field, ed. by Mark R. Levy and Michael Gurevitch, NY: Oxford University Press, 1994, 347-358. (Previously published in The Journal of Communication, 43(4), 1993.
“Las verdades ideologicas e institutionales dominantes deben ser reexaminadas: Entrevista a Herbert I. Schiller,” Telos (Spain), 34, 1993), 117-134.
“Communication, Culture and Power: An Interview with Vincent Mosco,” Alternate Routes, 10, 1993, 7-25.
"Rethinking Political Economy,” with Eileen R. Meehan and Janet Wasko, Journal of Communication (special issue on the state of the field), 43(4), 1993), 105-116.
“The Political Economy of Communications.” Interaction (India), 11(1), 1993, 161-178.
“Communication and Information Technology for War and Peace,” in Communication and Culture in War and Peace, ed. by Colleen Roach, Newbury Park, CA: Sage, 1993, 41-70.
"Transforming Telecommunications,” in Illuminating the Blindspots: Essays Honoring Dallas W. Smythe, ed. by Janet Wasko, Vincent Mosco, Manjunath Pendakur, Norwood, N.J.: Ablex, 1993, 132-151.
“Free Trade in Communication: Building a World Business Order,” in Beyond National Sovereignty: International Communication in the 1990s, ed. by Kaarle Nordenstreng and Herbert Schiller, Norwood, N.J.: Ablex, 1993, 193-209.
“Whose New World Order?” in Computers and Society, ed. by Colin Beardon and Diane Whitehouse. Oxford: Intellect Books, 1993, 149-154.
“Report to the Center for the Development of Information and Telecommunications Policy re New Communication Legislation and Policy for South Africa,” Johannesburg, South Africa, June, 1993
“Dinosaurs Alive: Toward a Political Economy of Information,” Canadian Journal of Information Science, 17(1), 1992, 41-51.
“C'est une Drôle de Guerre,” Media Studies Journal, 6 (2), 1992), 46-60.
“Service téléphoniques publics vocaux interurbains et questions conexes relatives à la revente et au partage,” Technologies de l'Information, et Société, 4(2), 1992, 239-252.
“Evidence,” in Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, CRTC Telecom Public Notice 1991-73, Unitel Communications Inc. and B.C. Rail Telecommunications/Lightel Inc.-Applications to Provide Public Long-Distance Voice Telephone Service and Related Resale and Sharing Issues, March 1991.
“Teleglobe Canada, Inc.: Regulation after the Transition Period,” Evidence submitted to the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Union, in response to CRTC Telecom Public Notice 1990-102, July, 1991.
“Transforming Telecommunications in Canada,” Ottawa: Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, December, 1990.
“The Mythology of Telecommunications Deregulation,” Journal of Communication, 40(1), 1990, 36-49.
“Toward a Transnational World Information Order: The Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement,” Canadian Journal of Communication, 15 (2). 1990), 46-63.
“Die Bedrohung des Einheitlichen Telefonnetzes in Kanada. Argumenta aus der Sicht des Verbraucherschutzes,” with Robert M. Pike, in Fern--sprechen, ed. by Jorg Becker, Stuttgart: Institute for Cultural Exchange, 1990.
“Telecommunications in the Carribean,” in Proceedings of the Caricom Telecommunications Symposium, Nassau, 1990, 1-10.
“Computers and Democracy,” in The Information Society: Evolving Landscapes, ed. by J. Berleur, et al., NY: Springer-Verlag and Captus Press, 1990, 215-231.
“Critical Thinking About the Military: How Star Wars Is Working,” in Communication: For and Against Democracy, ed by Marc Raboy and Peter Bruck, Montreal: Black Rose Press, 1989, 37-57.
"Strategic Offence: Star Wars as Military Hegemony,” in Cyborg Worlds: The Military Information Society, ed. by Les Levidow and Kevin Robins, London: Free Association Press, 1989, 87-112.
“Labor in the Communications Industries: A Critical Sociological Perspective,” in Rethinking Communication: Paradigm Dialogues, ed. by Brenda Dervin, et al., Beverly Hills: Sage, 1989, 213-225.
“Telephone Workers' Reaction to the New Technology,” with Elia Zureik and Clarence Lochhead, Industrial Relations, 44(3), 1989, 507-529.
“Information Technology for War and Peace.” Report prepared for the Experimental Project on the Conditions for Peace, Boston, MA: Expro, 1989.
“Computers: Impact- Impact on Military Affairs,” in The International Encyclopedia of Communication, 1, New York: Oxford University Press, 1989, 383-385.
“Videotex,” in The International Encyclopedia of Communication, 4, New York: Oxford University Press, 1989, 287-289.
"Telephone Workers' Perception of Management Strategy and Union Reaction to the New Technology,” with Elia Zureik and Clarence Lochhead, Centre for Industrial Relations, Queen's University, November, 1988.
“Déjà Vu All Over Again,” Society, 26(5), 1989), 31-38.
“Deregulating Telecommunications: The Workers' View,” Telecommunications Policy, with Elia Zureik, 12(3), 279-287.
“Whose Computer Revolution?” Information Technology and Libraries, 7(4), 1988, 341-348.
"Toward a Theory of the State and Telecommunications Policy,” Journal of Communication, 38 (1), 107-124.
“Information in the Pay-Per Society,” in The Political Economy of Information, ed. by Vincent Mosco and Janet Wasko, Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1988, 3-26.
“The Social and Political Implications of Deregulation,” in Proceedings of the Annual Edward R. Murrow Symposium ed. by Val E. Limburg, Pullman, Wash.: Washington State University, 1987, 3-9.
“Star Wars is Already Working,” Science as Culture, 1(1), 1987, 12-34.
“Canada and the International Telecommunication Union,” with Mary Louise McAllister, International Journal, 42(2), 1987, 320-341.
“Unleash Our AT&T: A Review,” Journal of Communication, 37(2), 1987, 179-186.
“Industrial Relations in Britain: A Review Essay,” Labour/Le Travail, 20 (Fall, 1987), 229-234.
“The Communications System from a Regulatory Perspective,” a report prepared for the U.S. Congress, Office of Technology Assessment, January, 1987.
Computers in the Workplace: Technological Change in the Telephone Industry, a report for the Canadian Federal Department of Labour Technology Impact Research Fund, with Elia Zureik, February, 1987.
Canada and the International Telecommunication Union, with Mary Louise McAllister, a report prepared for the Federal Department of Communications, Ottawa, March, 1986.
“Canadian Consumers and Telephone Pricing: From Luxury to Necessity and Back Again?” with Robert Pike, Telecommunications Policy, 10(1), 1986, 17-32.
“Nuevas Tecnologias Y Estrategia Militar U.S.A.,” Telos (Spain), 8 (December- February, 1986-87), 12-27.
“New Technology and Space Warfare,” in Communication and Domination, ed. by Jorg Becker, Goran Hedebro, and Leena Paldan, Norwood, N.J.: Ablex, 1986, 76-83.
“Marxism and Communications Research in North America,” in The Left Academy, ed. by Bertell Ollman and Edward Vernoff, New York: Praeger, 1986, 237-262.
“What is Videotex?” in Transmission: Theory and Practice for a New Television Aesthetics, ed. by Peter D'Agostino, New York: Tanam Press, 1985, 119-138.
“Teaching Telecommunications Policy, Critically” Canadian Journal of Communication, 11(1), 1985, 51-62.
“Star Wars/Earth Wars,” Radical Science Journal, 17, 1985, 30-53.
“Regulation and Deregulation,” Proceedings of the National Economic Conference, Federal Department of Finance, Ottawa, March, 1985.
“Home Sweet Factory: Perspectives on Mass Society,” in Studies in Mass Communication and Technology, ed. by Sari Thomas, Norwood, N.J.: Ablex, 1984, 104-120.
“Critical Research and the Role of Labor,” Journal of Communication, 33(3), 1983, 237-248.
“Information Technology and Telecommunications Policy: The Stakes for Labor,” in Proceedings from the Tenth Annual Telecommunications Policy Research Conference, ed. by Oscar H. Gandy, Jr., Paul Espinosa, and Janusz A. Ordover, Norwood, NJ: Ablex, 1983, 339-345.
“Media Sociology and Media Workers: A Review Essay,” Contemporary Sociology (March, 1983), 153-155.
“Telidon: Videotex in Canada,” Pennsauken, NJ: Auerbach Data Communications Management Series, Report 53-10-06, May, 1983.
“Videotex,” with Denos C. Gazis, in The National Research Council: Issues and Studies, 1981-1982, Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 1982, 68-81.
“Critical Theory and Electronic Media,” with Andrew Herman, Theory and Society, 10, 1981, 869-896.
“Government and Media: Visions and Revisions,” Humanity and Society, 5, 1981, 201-215.
“1976 and 1980 Olympic Boycott Media Coverage,” with Leon Chorbajian, Arena Review, 5 1981, 3-28.
“Comsat Presidential Directors: Promise and Performance,” Telecommunications Policy, 1981, 251-264.
“Radical Social Theory and the Communications Revolution,” with Andrew Herman, in Communication and Social Structure, ed. by E.G. McAnany, N. Janus, and J. Schnitman, New York: Praeger, 1981, 58-84.
"Comsat Presidential Directors," a report to the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce, 1981.
“Communication, Domination, and Resistance,” with Andrew Herman, Media, Culture and Society, 2, 1980, 351-365.
“Political Power and Public Access,” Public Telecommunications Review (July, 1979), 6-13.
“Who Makes U.S. Government Policy in World Communications?” Journal of Communication, 29(1), 1979, 158-164.
“U.S. Communications Policy-Making: The Results of Executive Branch Reorganization,” with M. Kent Sidel, Telecommunications Policy (September, 1978), 211-217.
"Leaving It to the Market: Executive Reorganization and the House Communications Act Rewrite,” Public Telecommunications Review (November, 1978), 40-45.
“Reforming Regulation: The FCC and Innovations in the Broadcasting Market,” Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Program on Information Resources Policy. Publication P-76-2, 1976.
"The Regulation of Broadcasting in the United States: A Comparative Perspective," Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Program on Information Resources Policy. Publication P-75-6, 1975.