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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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  • Uber, Amazon Mechanical Turk, Upwork, Clickworker, Prolific, Fiverr, among others are digital labor platforms which allows workers to perform tasks in exchange for money. These platforms employ algorithmic systems for management in order to scale the large number of interactions. Our current research paper explores how workers perceive algorithmic management, with a focus on perceptions of disadvantages that algorithmic management practices create for workers.

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    Research on Algorithmic Management accepted at International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)
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  • What is the current state of research on omnichannel business? How can we characterize the differences between omnichannel and multichannel? What are the unique characteristics of omnichannel that can help contextualize and position new research? What are exemplary issues the arise from those unique characteristics and what challenges require further studies by information systems researchers and beyond?

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    New article on Omnichannel Business published in Electronic Markets
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  • On November 29, 2022, exciting presentations on challenges in the digitization of retail will take place under the title "Smart Retail: Balancing Sustainability and Digital Omnichannel Management". We are pleased to invite you! Image credit: Dilok Klaisataporn, istockphoto.com

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    Invitation to the Smart Retail Summit on November 29, 2022
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  • Due to rapid technological advances and the increasing diffusion of smart devices, public health (apps) have become an integral aspect of public health management. Yet, as governments introduce innovative public health apps, they have to confront controversial debates that fuel conspiracy theories and face the fact that app adoption rates are often disappointing. This study explores how conspiracy theories affect the adoption of innovative public health apps as well as how policymakers can fight harmful conspiracy beliefs.

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    New article on public health apps and conspiracy theories published in Journal of Product Innovation Management
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  • On September 26 and 27, Ph.D. students from the University of Göttingen, TU Kaiserslautern, and EDHEC Lille met in Göttingen to present the current state of their research and discuss conceptual and methodological issues.

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    Joint PhD Colloquium in Göttingen
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  • 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
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