Rhue, L., and Sundararajan, A. (2013) Digital Access, Political Networks and the Diffusion of Democracy. Social Networks.
Reagle, J., and Rhue, L. (2011) Gender Bias in Wikipedia and Britannica. International Journal of Communication.
Rhue, L. and Sundararajan, A. (2018) Playing to the Crowd: How Digital Visibility Shapes Consumer Choices. (Accepted at MIS Quarterly)
ReferEed Conference Publications
Rhue, L., and Robert, L. (2018). Emotional Delivery in Pro-social Crowdfunding Success. CHI EA '18 Extended Abstracts of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Paper No. LBW019.
Rhue, L. (2018). An Overview of Crowd-based Markets and Racial Discrimination. Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) 2018.
Rhue, L. (2015). Who Gets Started on Kickstarter? Demographic Variations in Crowdfunding Success. ICIS 2015 Proceedings.
Rhue, L. and Sundararajan, A. (2012) Digital Access, Political Networks and the Diffusion of Democracy. ICIS 2012 Proceedings.
Rhue, L. (2012). The Pins that Bind: Preference Affirmation, Social Norms, and Networks on Pinterest. ICIS 2012 Proceedings.
Rhue, L. and Sundararajan, A. (2010). The Information Content of Economic Networks: Evidence from Online Charitable Giving. ICIS 2010 Proceedings.
Rhue, L. and Clark, J. (2018). The Consequences of Authenticity: Quantifying Racial Signals and their Effects on Crowdfunding Success. SSRN Working Paper.
Rhue, L. Is Sunlight the Best Disinfectant? The Limitations of Transparency in Perceived Trust of Cryptocurrencies. SSRN Working paper.
Rhue, L. (2018). Trust is All You Need: An Empirical Exploration of Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) and ICO Reputation Scores. SSRN Working Paper.
Rhue, L. (2019). Emotion-reading tech fails the racial bias test. The Conversation, January 3 2019.
Rhue, L. (2019). Crowd-based Markets: Technological Progress in Need of Civil Protections. Book chapter in Race in the Marketplace ‐‐ Crossing Critical Boundaries, forthcoming.
Sundararajan, A., and Rhue, L. (2012). Digital Social Visibility: How Facebook Gifts Change Our Choices. Wired Opinion.