Ina Wagner has published 3 and co-authored 12 research monographs, co-edited 10 collective volumes (proceedings of international, peer-reviewed conferences, special issues of journals). She has authored more than 160 papers about different technology-related issues. Below, a selection of these journal papers, contributions to conference proceedings and books can be seen.

Design – technologies, practices and participation

  • Balka, Ellen, Wagner, Ina, Weibert, Anne and Wulf, Volker (In Press) Gender and Technology At Work: From Workplace Studies to Social Justice in Design. Cambridge University Press.
  • Terrin, Jean-Jacques and Wagner, Ina (2023) L’Urbanisme informel: au-delà du droit à la ville. Presses de Pont, Paris.
  • Wagner, Ina (2018) Critical Reflections on Participation in Design, in Wulf, V.; Schmidt, K.; Randall, D. (eds): Designing Socially Embedded Technologies in the Real-World, Springer, London, pp. 243-277.
  • Bratteteig, Tone and Wagner, Ina (2016) Unpacking the notion of participation in Participatory Design. Computer Supported Cooperative Work 25.6 (2016), pp. 425-475.
  • Wagner, Ina (2015). Design participative et éthique de la innovation, in Özdirlik, B. and J.J. Terrin (eds) La conception en question. La place des usagers dans le processus du projet. Paris. Éditions de L’Aube, 81-98.
  • Bratteteig, T., Wagner, I. (2014) Disentangling Participation: Power and Decision-Making in Participatory Design. Springer.
  • Bratteteig, T., Wagner, I. (2012) Disentangling power and decision-making in participatory design. Proceedings of PDC 2012, 41-50.
  • Bratteteig, T. and Wagner I. (2012) Spaces for participatory creativity. CoDesign Vol. 8, Iss. 2-3, pp.  105-126.
  • Wagner, I. (2012) Building urban narratives: collaborative site-seeing and envisioning in the MR Tent. Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 21/1, pp. 1-42.
  •  Binder, Thomas, Ehn, Pelle, Jacucci, Giulio, De Michelis, Giorgio, Linde,Per and Ina Wagner (2011) Design Things. Cambridge MA, USA: MIT Press.
  • Wagner, I., Bratteteig, T. and Stuedahl, D. (Eds) (2010) Exploring Digital Design, NewYork/Wien, Springer (link)
  • Wagner, I., Broll, W., Jacucci, G., Kuutti, K., McCall, R., Morrison, A., Schmalstieg, D. and Terrin, J.-J. (2009) On the Role of Presence in Mixed Reality. Teleoperators and Virtual Environments 18/4, Special Issue RAVE-09 (pdf)
  • Wagner, I., Basile, M., Ehrenstrasser, L. Maquil, V., Terrn, J.-J. and Wagner, M. (2009) Supporting Community Engagement in the City: Urban Planning in the MR-Tent. Proceedings of C&T (Communities & Technologies), Penn State University, University Park, PA, USA, 185-194 (pdf)
  • Maquil, V., Psik, T. and Wagner, I. (2008) The ColorTable – A Design Story. Proceedings of Tangible and Embedded Interaction 2008 TEI’08, Bonn, February 18-21 (link)
  • Maquil, V., Psik, T., Wagner, I. and Wagner M. (2007) Expressive Interactions Supporting Collaboration in Urban Design. Proceedings of GROUP 2007, Nov 4 – 7, Sanibel Island, Florida, USA (link)
  • Jacucci, G. and Wagner, I. (2007) Performative Roles of Materiality for Collective Creativity. Proceedings of Creativity & Cognition 2007, June 13-15, 2007, Washington DC, ACM SIGCHI, 73-82 (link)
  • Jacucci, G. and Wagner, I. (2005) Performative Uses of Space in Mixed Media Environments, in Davenport, E, Turner S & Turner P (Eds), Spatiality, Spaces and Technologies,The Kluwer International Series on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, Vol. 5 (link)
  • Binder, T., De Michelis, G., Jacucci, G., Matcovic, K., Psik, T. and Wagner, I. (2004) Supporting Configurability in a Tangibly Augmented Environment for Design Students. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing (2004) 8, pp. 310-325 (pdf)
  • Wagner, I. (2004) Open Planning A Reflection on Methods, in Boland R. & Collopy F. (Eds). Managing as Designing, Stanford Univ. Press, pp. 153-163.
  • Iacucci, G., Linde, P. and Wagner, I. (2004) Exploring relationships between learning, artifacts, physical space, and computing. Proceedings of CADE 2004 (Computers in Art and Design Education), 29 June – 1 July 2004, Copenhagen Business School and Malmö University (pdf)
  • Lainer, R. and Wagner, I. (2003) Images mobiles, souvenirs en evolution. Alliage 50-51, Le spectacle de la technique, pp. 178-189
  • Lainer, R. and Wagner, I. (2003) Architecture et scénographie technique, Alliage 50-51, Le spectacle de la technique, pp. 190-199
  • Wagner, I. and Lainer, R. (2002), Designing a Visual 3D Interface – A Reflection on Methods. ACM Interactions Magazine X/6, Nov/Dec 2003, pp. 12 – 19
  • Wagner, I., Kompast, M. and Lainer, R. (2002) Visualization Strategies for the Design of Interactive Navigable 3D Worlds. ACM Interactions Magazine IX.5, pp. 25-34
  • Wagner, I. (2000) Persuasive Artefacts, in Architectural Design and PlanningProceedings of CoDesigning 2000, Nottingham, September 11-13, pp. 379-390 Büscher, M., Kompast, M., Lainer, R. and Wagner, I. (1999) The Architect’s Wunderkammer: Aesthetic Pleasure & Engagement in Electronic Spaces, Digital Creativity 10 (1), pp. 1-17 (link)
  • Büscher, M., Mogensen, P., Shapiro, D. and Wagner, I. (1999) The Manufaktur: Supporting Work Practice in (Landscape) Architecture.Proceedings ECSCW’99,
    Copenhagen, September 12-16, pp. 21-40 (link)
  • Kompast, M., Lainer, R. and Wagner, I. (1999) Die Wunderkammer als Inspirations- und Erinnerungsraum, in M. Faßler (Ed) Ohne Spiegel leben, München: Wilhelm Fink Verlag, pp. 277-286 (pdf)
  • Lainer, R. and Wagner I. (1998) Vernetzte Arbeitsräume: Orte, Zwischenräume, An-Orte, in Lachmayer, H. and Louis, E. (Hgg.): Work & Culture – Büro. Eine Inszenierung von Arbeit, Klagenfurt, Ritter Verlag, pp. 327-336
  • Lainer, R. and Wagner, I. (1998) Connecting Qualities of Social Use with Spatial Qualities: Cooperative Buildings – Integrating Information, Organization, and Architecture. Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Cooperative Buildings (CoBuild’98), Eds. Streitz, N., et al. February 25-26, 1998, Darmstadt, Germany. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Springer: Heidelberg, pp.191-203
  • Johannes G. and Wagner, I. (1996) Mapping Actors and Agenda: Political Frameworks of Systems Design & Participation. The Human-Computer-Interaction Journal 11/3, pp. 187-214 (link)


  • Balka, Ellen; Wagner, Ina (2021) A historical view of studies of women’s work. Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) 30, 251–305.
  • Salembier, Pascal; Wagner, Ina (2021) ‘Studies of Work ‘in the Wild’ The Field Study Tradition in Work Practice Research. Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) 30, 169-188.
  • Meurer, J., Müller, C., Simone, C. and Wagner I. (2018) Designing for Sustainability: Key Issues of ICT Projects for Ageing at Home, Computer Supported Cooperative Work  27(3), pp. 495-537.
  • Robertson, Toni and Wagner, Ina (2015). CSCW and the Internet of Things. Proceedings of the 14th European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (ECSCW 2015), Oslo, Norway, Sep 19-23, 2015, Springer International Publishing, pp. 285-294.
  • Bratteteig, T. and Wagner, I. (2013) Moving healthcare to the home: the work to make homecare work. Proceedings of ECSCW 2013, Paphos, Cyprus, Sep 20-25, Springer London, pp. 141-160.
  • Bannon, L., Schmidt, K. Wagner, I. (2011) Lest we forget. The European field study tradition and the issue of conditions of work in CSCW research. Proceedings of ECSCW 2011, Aarhus University, DK, Sep. 24-28, Springer London, pp. 213-232.
  • Tellioglu, H. and Wagner, I. (2011) The Multidisciplinary Design Group in Vienna. Proceedings of CSCW ’11 Proceedings of the ACM 2011 conference on Computer supported cooperative work, New York, NY, USA, pp. 497-504 (pdf)
  • Schmidt, K., Tellioglu, H. and Wagner, I. (2009) Asking for the moon – or model-based coordination in distributed design. Proceedings of ECSCW 2009,
    Sep 7-11, Wien, pp. 383-402 (link)
  • Balka, E., Bjorn, P. and Wagner, I. (2008) Steps Toward a Typology for Health Informatics. Proceedings of CSVW 2008, San Diego, USA, November 2008
  • Schmidt, K., Wagner, I. and Tolar, M. (2007) Permutations of cooperative work practices: A study of two oncology clinics. Proceedings of GROUP 2007,
    Nov 4 – 7, Sanibel Island, Florida, USA, pp. 1-10. (link)
  • Balka, E. and Wagner, I. (2006) Making Things Work: Dimensions of Configurability as Appropriation Work. Proceedings of CSCW 2006, Banff, CA, November 2006
  • Schmidt, K. and Wagner, I. (2004) Ordering systems, Coordinative practices and artifacts in architectural design and planning. Computer Supported Cooperative Work 13/5-6, pp. 349-408 (link)
  • Jacucci, G. and Wagner, I. (2003) Supporting collaboration ubiquitously: an augmented learning environment for architecture students. Proceedings of the Eighth European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, Helsinki, Finland, 14-18 Sep 2003, pp 139-159 (pdf)
  • Tellioglu, H. and Wagner, I. (2001) Work Practices Surrounding PACS: The Politics of Space in Hospitals. Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), An International Journal 10/2, pp. 163-188 (link)
  • Tellioglu, H. and Wagner, I. (2000) Cooperative Work Across Cultural Boundaries in Systems Design. Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems 11 (pdf)
  • Birbaumer, A. and Wagner, I. (1998) Telearbeits-Situationen: Grenzziehungen, Brüche, und fliessende Übergänge. L’Homme. Zeitschrift für
    Feministische Geschichstwissenschaft 9/2
    , pp. 260-267
  • Kompast M. und Wagner, I. (1998) Telework: Managing Spatial, Temporal and Cultural Boundaries, in New International Perspectives on Telework: From Telecommuting to the Virtual Organisation, Eds. P. Jackson and J. van der Wielen. London, pp. 95-117
  • Tellioglu, H. and Wagner, I. (1997) Negotiating Boundaries: Practices of Configuration Management in Software Development Teams. Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), An International Journal 6/4, pp. 251-274 (link)
  • Wagner, I. (1997) On Multidisciplinary Grounds: Interpretation Versus Design Work, in  G. Bowker, L. Gasser, S.L. Star & W. Turner (eds). Social Science, Technical Systems and Cooperative Work, Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, pp. 15-432
  • Wagner, I. (1995) Hard Times: The Politics of Women’s Work in Computerised Environments. European Journal of Women’s Studies 2, pp. 295-314 (link)
  • Clement A. und Wagner, I. (1995) Fragmented Exchange: Disarticulation and the Need for Regionalized Communication Spaces. Proceedings of the Fourth European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work ECSCW’95,
    Eds. H. Marmolin., Y. Sundblad, & K. Schmidt, Dordrecht: Kluwer, pp. 33-49
  • Egger E. and Wagner, I. (1993) Negotiating Temporal Orders: The Case of Collaborative Time-Management in a Surgery Clinic. Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), An International Journal 1/4, pp. 255-275 (link)
  • Schneider K. and Wagner, I. (1993) Constructing the ‘Dossier Représentatif’: Computer-Based Information-Sharing in French Hospitals. Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), An International Journal 1/4, pp. 229-253 (link)
  • Volst, A. and Wagner, I. (1990) Kontrollierte Dezentralisierung: Computergestützte Verwaltungsautomation in Dienstleistungs-und Industrieunternehmen. Berlin: Sigma Verlag

Gender studies

  • Birbaumer, A., Lebano, A., Ponzellini, A., Tolar, M. and Wagner, I. (2007) From the Margins to a Field of Opportunities: Life Story Patterns of Women in ICT. Women’s Studies International Forum 30/6 (2007), 486-498 (link)
  • Wodak, R. and Wagner, I. (2006) Performing Success: Identifying strategies of self-presentation in women’s biographical narratives. Discourse & Society 17/3, pp. 385-412 (link)
  • Wagner, I. and Birbaumer, A. (2007) Les Femmes cadres dans les entreprises. Travail, genre et sociétés 17, pp. 49-78
  • Wagner, I. (1995) Hard Times: The Politics of Women’s Work in Computerised Environments. European Journal of Women’s Studies 2, pp. 295-314 (link)
  • Wagner, I. (1993) Women’s Voice: The Case of Nursing Information Systems. AI & Society 7/4, pp. 295-310 (link)
  • Volst, A. and Wagner, I. (1992) Balanceakt modernes Leben: Berufsbiographien ‘ungelernter’ Frauen. Feministische Studien 1, pp. 70-86
  • Lechner, F., Papouschek, U., Steinhardt, G., Volst, A. and Wagner, I. (1991) Vergessene Frauenarbeitsbereiche: Berufsverläufe, Arbeitsbedingungen, Lebensperspektiven.  Gießen, Focus Verlag
  • Volst, A. and Wagner, I. (1988) Inequality in the Automated Office: The Impact of Computers on the Division of Labour. International Sociology 3/2, pp. 129-154
  • Wagner, I. (1986) Equal Talents – Unequal Measures: Skilled Women Workers in Austria’s Metal Industry. European Journal for Engineering Education 11/3, pp. 321-329 (link)
  • Wagner, I. (1986) Das Erfolgsmodell der Naturwissenschaften: Ambivalenz-erfahrungen von Frauen, in K.Hausen & H.Nowotny, (Eds) Wie männlich ist die Wissenschaft? Frankfurt, Suhrkamp, pp. 237-254


  • Robertson, T. and Wagner, I. (2012) Ethics: Engagement, representation and politics-in-action. in Simonsen, J. and T. Robertson (Eds) International Handbook of Participatory Design. London/New York, Routledge, pp. 64-85.
  • Balka, E., Reidl, C., Wagner, I. (2007) Using Fieldwork in Analyzing Ethical Issues related to IT in Health Care. Proceedings of MedInfo 2007, Aug 20-24, Brisbane
  • Wagner, I. (2006) Informationstechnik im Krankenhaus – eine ethische Perspektive, in B. Herbig, A. Büssing (Eds) Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologien im Krankenhaus, Schattauer Verlag: Stuttgart/New York, 185-200
  • Wagner, I. (2001) Informatique Médicale”, in Hottois G. and Missa J.-N. Nouvelle encyclopédie de bioéthique, De Boeck Université: Brussels, pp. 529-535