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Lazega, E. and Jaime Montes-Lihn (2021), “On Macropolitics of Knowledge for Collective Learning in the Age of AI-boosted Big Relational Tech”, in M.S.Archer & A.Maccarini (Eds),  What is Essential to Being Human? Can AI Robots Not Share It? London: Routledge, pages 132-157

Lazega, E. (2021), “Perplexity Logs: On Routinized Certainty Work and Social Consequences of Seeking Advice from an Artificial Intelligence”, in M.Carrigan and D.Porpora (Eds), Post-Human Futures: Human Enhancement, Artificial Intelligence and Social Theory, Routledge, pages 69-91

Lazega, E. (2020), “Networks and Neo-Structural Sociology“, in R.Light & J.Moody (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Social Networks, Oxford University Press

Lazega, E. (2020), “Embarked on Social Processes (the Rivers) in Dynamic and Multilevel Networks (the Boats)”, [Simmel Award Keynote, INSNA Sunbelt conference, Utrecht, 2018], Connections, 40:60-76.

Lazega, E. (2020), “Government by Relational Infrastructures: The Case of the Transnational Institutionalization of the European Unified Patent Court”, in E.Brousseau, J.-M.Glachant & J.Sgard (eds), Oxford Handbook of Institutions of International Economic Governance and Market Regulation, Oxford University Press

Bureaucracy, Collegiality and Social Change

Lazega, E. (2020), Bureaucracy, Collegiality and Social Change: Redefining Organizations with Multilevel Relational Infrastructures, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishers, 2020.

Meaning of these patterns of multilevel network in a trade fair: https://www.exeley.com/connections/doi/10.21307/connections-2019.019 and https://www.iufrance.fr/Actualites-de-nos-membres.html