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The Chair of Interorganizational Information Systems is dedicated to studying and advancing data-driven innovations, platforms, and ecosystems. We are particularly interested in how interactions related to digital systems should be designed and which economic, technological, strategic and societal implications emerge from this.

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  • Information on the course offerings of the Chair of Interorganizational Information Systems for the upcoming term including the Master courses Digital Strategy and Interorganizational Information Systems, Information Systems Research, the research project and the doctoral course Digital Experiments in Information Systems Research.

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    Information on the course offerings in summer term 2022
    Teaching
  • Information from users or customers constitutes a key factor in the innovation and success of firms. However, disclosing their personal information can have potentially adverse consequences for these individuals. When making decisions concerning the use of digital service and disclosure of personal information, individuals therefore wonder ‘What could happen to me if this information about me were accessible to others?’...

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    New research on Privacy Risks published in Information Systems Journal
    Research
  • Uber, Amazon Mechanical Turk, Upwork, Clickworker, Prolific, Fiverr and others represent digital labor platforms that enable workers to earn money while fulfilling tasks. What’s the difference among these platforms, apart from the types of services they mediate (e.g., Uber: driving; Prolific: complete surveys)? In this conference paper we propose that the distribution of decision rights among workers, clients and the platform owner varies to a wide extent.

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    Research on digital labor platforms accepted at International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)
    Research
  • Cyberattacks on hospitals pose an increasing threat to data security and healthcare in German hospitals. Human errors are often the main doorway for cyberattacks. The joint project "KISK: Competence-oriented and job-specific IT security for employees in hospitals" therefore aims at a conscious handling of technologies in the context of critical infrastructures.

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    New research project examines responsible use of information technology in German hospitals
    Research
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