Socio-economist and analyst. Examines social production forms whose results are not or do not have to be market allocated, combined with criticising mainstream economics and its production models. Obtained a PhD at the School of Business and Management, Queen Mary, University of London, where he also graduated sociology (Goldsmiths). For a decade, he worked as a software and network engineer. Currently writing a book on internet platforms such as Google and Facebook, with focus on the peculiarities of such business models and the role of Free Software.