Diginomics Research Group
Full house at the second Diginomics Research Talk
Diginomics Brownbag seminar with Prof. Dr. Christoph Merkle on "Algorithm Aversion in Financial Investing"
Interview with Prof. Dr. Lars Hornuf in the Weser Kurier
Next event of the speaker series "Diginomics Research Talks"
Investor vs. investment return: Dr. Moritz Heiden from Munich Re at the Diginomics Brownbag seminar
New publication: The response of CO2 emissions to the business cycle: New evidence for the U.S.
New publication: The implications of automation for economic growth when investment decisions are irreversible
Prof. Dr. Lars Hornuf at the FinForward conference in Hamburg
Diginomics Brownbag Seminar with Dr. Veronica Hoch on management decisions, artificial intelligence, and big data analytics
New Diginomics book series launched
The book series ‘Advanced Studies in Diginomics and Digitalization’ features the latest research in economic topics related to the digitization of labor finance and product markets. Books published in this series are primarily monographs and edited volumes that present new research results both theoretical and empirical on ethical socio-political work psychological economic and politically relevant questions about new digital markets. All books are published in print and digital formats and disseminated globally. If you wish to publish your work in the book series, contact our editors Prof. Dr. Lars Hornuf (Diginomics), Prof. Dr. Herbert Kotzab (Diginomics), and Prof. Dr. Markus Pelger (Stanford University).
Testimonials from graduates of the Diginomics Research Group
“Bremen is a livable and lovable city with a long history. The distances within the city are short and there are many green spaces to relax after work.”
Dr. Aki Harima
Postdoctoral researcher and lecturer at the Chair in Small Business and Entrepreneurship at the University of Bremen, and member of the Diginomics Research Group
"In the Diginomics Research Group, I work with academics who bring diverse perspectives and methods to the topic of digitization. This interdisciplinarity is necessary to tackle the most recent challenges. The topic of digitization is too complex and urgent to be answered from a single technical perspective.“
Dr. Michèle Rieth
Research associate at the Chair of Business Psychology & Human Resource, and member of the Diginomics Research Group
“The Diginomics Research Group is a place for ideas and discussion. Regular events such as brownbag seminars and research talks offer a forum for the exchange of research ideas and discussion of the important issues of our time.”
Dr. Daniel Metko
Research associate in the field of Business Administration, in particular Empirical Capital Market Research and Derivatives, as well as member of the Diginomics Research Group
"In my research project, I'm investigating how chatbots can appear more human. This will enable us to improve human-machine interaction on websites in the future.”
Research assistant and PhD student in the working group "Consumer Behavior", and member of the Diginomics Research Group.
“The doctoral students in the Diginomics group form a community. Professional but also personal exchange as well as an open and appreciative atmosphere characterize the cooperation.”