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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

News

New publication: The implications of automation for economic growth when investment decisions are irreversible

A new article on economic growth in the context of the increasing automation of production processes by Torben Klarl has appeared in the renowned journal “Economics Letters”. With his co-author, he presents a growth model that assumes irreversibility in the investment decision capital vs. automation…

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Prof. Dr. Lars Hornuf at the FinForward conference in Hamburg

On 7th November Prof. Dr. Lars Hornuf will be speaking at the FinForward conference, which is part of the biggest German fintech event: FintechWeek. This year’s conference topic is “Don't Be Afraid Of German Angst”. Lars Hornuf will be talking about “Regulators to the rescue – what fears and…

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Diginomics Brownbag Seminar with Dr. Veronica Hoch on management decisions, artificial intelligence, and big data analytics

On Wednesday, October 30, 2019, Dr. Veronica Hoch, Academic Councillor at the Ruhr-University Bochum, will give a lecture on "Application of Artificial Intelligence for the Assessment of Legal Issues in the Corporate Sector" at the Diginomics Brownbag seminar.

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Leusin Jindra at Conference Strassburg
© Matheus Leusin und Prof. Björn Jindra, Universität Bremen

Matheus E. Leusin and Björn Jindra presented their recent research results on the topic of artificial intelligence at a scientific workshop in Strasbourg

On October 18, 2019, Matheus Eduardo Leusin and Björn Jindra presented their working paper at the workshop "The Economics and Management of AI Technologies" in Strasbourg, France. The working paper analyses how the development of a particular General Purpose Technology may be influenced by different…

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2nd Fintech Meetup, SCE
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Presentation by Prof. Dr. Lars Hornuf at the 2nd FinTech Meetup at the Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship (SCE) in Munich

On Thursday, October 24, 2019, Prof. Dr. Lars Hornuf gave a presentation on "Changing the financial world: Bitcoin, Libra, and government cryptocurrencies" at the 2nd FinTech Meetup. The conference was organized by the Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship at the Munich University of Applied…

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Matheus Leusin in der Gruppe beim AI workshop
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Matheus Eduardo Leusin presented research results at the workshop "Artificial Intelligence" in Bremen

On September 27, 2019, Matheus Eduardo Leusin presented the research results of the paper "Patenting Patterns in Artificial Intelligence: Identifying National and International Greenhouses." The paper, co-authored with Jutta Günther, Björn Jindra and Martin G. Möhrle, examines the concepts of…

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Diginomics Research Talks on "Work 4.0" - Social Workplace" today in the Kontorhaus

The speaker series "Diginomics Research Talks" opens today, October 22, 2019, with the topic of "Work 4.0" - Social Workplace: The example of the DIGILAB innovation projects". The DIGILAB innovation project (an initiative of the Senator for Economic Affairs, Labour and Europe) shows how students…

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Presentation by Theresa Kück on "Initial Coin Offerings, Information Disclosure, and Fraud" at the European Alternative Finance Research Conference

On Tuesday, October 15, 2019, Diginomics doctoral student Theresa Kück presented her working paper "Initial Coin Offerings, Information Disclosure, and Fraud" at the European Alternative Finance Research Conference. The paper is co-authored with Lars Hornuf (also Diginomics) and Armin Schwienbacher…

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"Robots and Firms" - Diginomics Brownbag seminar: With Michael Koch from the Aarhus University in Denmark

On Wednesday, October 16, 2019, Dr. Michael Koch, Assistant Professor at Aarhus University, will give a lecture on "Robots and Firms" at the Diginomics Brownbag seminar.

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Kick-off event of the speaker series "Diginomics Research Talks"

The speaker series "Diginomics Research Talks" will open with a topic of "Work 4.0" - Social Workplace: The example of the DIGILAB innovation projects". The event will be held in the WFBeta in the Kontorhaus Passage in Bremen on October 22, 2019.

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