ARTICLES & CHAPTERS
TECH & DEMOCRACY
Wichowski, A. (2020). "How the world's biggest tech companies regulation-proofed themselves," (op-ed) The Hill
Wichowski, A. (2020) The Information Trade: How Big Tech Conquers Countries, Challenges Our Rights, and Transforms Our World, HarperCollins: New York
Wichowski, A. (2020). "What Unites Us: How the angry few hijack public opinion and why institutions must intervene to save democracy." Brazilian Association of Organizational Communication & Public Relations Researchers
Wichowski, A. (2017) "Net states rule the world. Ignore them at your peril." Wired
Wichowski, A. (2015). “Examining the future of the open and universal Internet.” Proceedings: Conference on Internet Governance & Cyber Security, May 14-15, 2015. Columbia University School of International & Public Affairs.
Wichowski, A. (2015). “Human rights, freedom of expression, and the Internet.” Proceedings: Conference on Internet Governance & Cyber Security, May 14-15, 2015. Columbia University School of International & Public Affairs.
Stromer-Galley, J. & Wichowski, A. (2011). “Political discussion online.” In M. Consalvo, C. Ess, & R. Burnett (Eds.), Blackwell Handbook of Internet Studies. London: Blackwell
Wichowski, A. (2010). "The myth of fragmentation: assessing political information online," State University of New York at Albany, ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2010. 3402406.
Wichowski, A. (2018) “Misery loves bureaucracy: why technology hasn’t saved government.” GovExec
Wichowski, A. (2017) "Hack the bureaucracy: a user's guide to getting things done in government (with or without tech" (abridged version published in GovExec)
Wichowski, A. (2013). “What government can and should learn from hacker culture.” The Atlantic
Wichowski, A. (2013, April 5). “Social diplomacy: Or how diplomats learned to stop worrying and love the tweet.” Foreign Affairs
Wichowski, A. (July 18, 2016). “So long, smoke and mirrors! Digital diplomats wear no clothes.” London School of Economics Review of Books
Wichowski, A. (2015). “‘Secrecy is for losers’: why diplomats should embrace openness to protect national security.” In M. Holmes & C. Bjola (Eds.) Digital Diplomacy: Theory and Practice. London: Routledge.
Wichowski, A. (2009). “Survival of the fittest tag: folksonomies, findability, and the evolution of information organization.” First Monday, 14 (5-4)
Johnson, J. & Wichowski, A. (2015). “Immerse me: how to get lost in story (story not required).” TechCrunch
Wichowski, A. (2017) "How New York City invests in veterans." Medium