Skip to main content

Diginomics Research Group

Research Group: „Diginomics – Digitalisierung, Wirtschaft & Gesellschaft"

The Research Group Digitalization is part of the Faculty of Business Studies and Economics at the University of Bremen and investigates timely research questions related to the digitalization of labour, capital, and product markets. Twelve projects study topics related to ethical, socio-political, occupational psychology, economic, and policy relevant research questions with a focus on digital markets. Research questions related to the blockchain, digital finance, artificial intelligence, and platform economics will be investigated. To enable PhD candidates to generate high-quality research output, they will learn innovative methods (e.g. programming self-learning algorithms) and connect them with various applications. Moreover, they will obtain a solid knowledge of state-of-the-art empirical research methods. PhD candidates present their research during an internal colloquium, in which the project leaders participate, as well as at international conferences. Additional resources are available for these purposes. The internal colloquium is complemented by a seminar series, where national and international scholars present their research. The results of the research projects will be published in national and international journals. PhD candidates are expected to finish their doctorate within 3,5 years, and will be supported by additional measures at the faculty and university level.

Contact

Max-von-Laue Straße 1,

WiWi2 28359 Bremen

Phone: +49 (0)421 218 - 66 820

E-Mail: diginomicsprotect me ?!uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de

Subscribe to newsletter

News

Daniel Metko

Daniel Metko at the Diginomics Brownbag Seminar

Time: 22 December 2021, 12:00 pm, via Zoom

Speaker: Daniel Metko, University of Bremen, Diginomics Research Group

Title: The Relevance of Accounting Information and the Cross-Section of Equity Market Returns          

Daniel Metko of the University of Bremen, will give a talk on „The Relevance of…


Vili Lehdonvirta

Prof. Dr. Vili Lehdonvirta at the Diginomics Brownbag Seminar

Time: 15 December 2021, 12:00 pm, via Zoom

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Vili Lehdonvirta, University of Oxford

Title: Are We Moving Towards a Borderless Labour Market? National Institutions vs. Digital Platforms for Remote Work

Prof. Dr. Vili Lehdonvirta of the University of Oxford, will give a talk on „…


Michael Rochlitz

Prof. Dr. Michael Rochlitz at the Diginomics Brownbag Seminar

Time: 8 December 2021, 12:00 pm, via Zoom

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Michael Rochlitz, University of Bremen, Diginomics Reaseach Group

Title: Artificial Intelligence, Surveillance, and Big Data

Prof. Dr. Michael Rochlitz of the University of Bremen, will give a talk on „Artificial Intelligence,…


2nd CEFGroup Climate Finance Symposium an der Otago Business School

Professor Lars Hornuf as speaker at the 2nd CEFGroup Climate Finance Symposium at Otago Business School

Today Professor Lars Hornuf presents his research project Do Retail Investors Value Environmental Impact? at the 2nd CEFGroup Climate Finance Symposium at Otago Business School.

Are investors willing to give up a higher return if the investment generates positive environmental impact? Lars Hornuf…


Daniel Schnurr

Dr. Daniel Schnurr at the Diginomics Brownbag Seminar

Time: 1 December 2021, 12:00 pm, via Zoom

Speaker: Dr. Daniel Schnurr, University of Passau

Title: Data Donations for Digital Contact-Tracing: Short- and Long-term Effects of Monetary Incentives

Dr. Daniel Schnurr of the University of Passau, will give a talk on „Data Donations for Digital…


Lock-in_Effects_in_Online_Labor_Markets

Professor Lars Hornuf Speaker at the CESifo Area Conference on the Economics of Digitization

Last week Professor Lars Hornuf presented his project Lock-in Effects in Online Labor Markets at the CESifo Area Conference on the Economics of Digitization 2021  in München.

Together with his coauthors Fabrizio Ciotti und Eliza Stenzhorn, Professor Lars Hornuf analyzes the role of lock-in…


Terry Gregory

Dr. Terry Gregory at the Diginomics Brownbag Seminar

Time: 24 November 2021, 12:00 pm, via Zoom

Speaker: Dr. Terry Gregory, Institute of Labor Economics (IZA)

Title: How Do Workers Adjust When Firms Adopt New Technologies?

Dr. Terry Gregory of the Institute of Labor Economics (IZA), will give a talk on „How Do Workers Adjust When Firms Adopt New…


Timm Teubner

Prof. Dr. Timm Teubner at the Diginomics Brownbag Seminar

Time: 17 November 2021, 12:00 pm, via Zoom

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Timm Teubner, TU Berlin

Title: Considerations on Reputation Portability

Prof. Dr. Timm Teubner of TU Berlin, will give a talk on “Considerations on Reputation Portability” during the upcoming Diginomics Brownbag Seminar.

If you are…


Foto von Michèle Rieth

Michèle Rieth at the Diginomics Brownbag Seminar

Time: 10 November 2021, 12:00 pm, WiWi2 F4090 and via Zoom

Speaker: Michèle Rieth, University of Bremen, Diginomics Research Group

Title: Adaptable Automation

Michèle Rieth, research associate at the Chair of Business Psychology & Human Resource and member of the Diginomics Research Group, will…


Lock-In Effects in Online Labor Markets

New Working Paper about Lock-In Effects in Online Labor Markets

Professor Dr. Lars Hornuf has published a new working paperunder the title "Lock-In Effects in Online Labor Markets." The article emerged in collaboration with his PhD student Eliza Stenzhorn and Fabrizio Ciotti from UCLouvain.

The article reports on an investigation of the role of lock-in…


Cooperations

Members