Past Workshops

ISDEB 2020

The Fifth Workshop on Information System Design and Economic Behavior (ISDEB 2020) took place on 9th March 2020 in Co-Location with WI2020

Program:

The Dynamics of Algorithmic Discrimination
Oliver Hinz (joint work with Michael Kosfeld, Kevin Bauer, Nicolas Pfeuffer, and Benjamin Abdel-Karim)
Discussion: Dominik Gutt

Ranking Algorithms and the Quality of Free Content on Dominant Online Platforms
Jan Krämer (joint work with Oliver Zierke)

Peer-to-Peer Trading of Solar Energy: Empirical Evidence and Simulation Results
Verena Tiefenbeck (joint work with Anselma Wörner, Felix Wortmann, Arne Meeuw, Liliane Ableitner, Elgar Fleisch, Inês Azevedo)
Discussion: Tobias Brandt

Bring your own stars: Reputation portability between online platforms
Timm Teubner (joint work with Maik Hesse, Marc T.P. Adam)
Discussion: Torsten Eymann

ISDEB 2020 Workshop Co-Chairs:

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This workshop was organized in cooperation with the Department „Economics of IS“ of the journal „Business & Information Systems Engineering (BISE)“.


ISDEB 2019

The Fourth Workshop on IS Design and Economic Behavior (ISDEB 2019) took place on 24th February 2019 in Co-Location with WI2019 in Siegen, Germany.

Program:

  • Bit-by-Bit Towards Unlimited: An Analysis of Zero Rating and Sponsored Data Practices of Internet Service Providers (Lukas Wiewiorra, Daniel Schnurr)
  • When innovations hurt: an analysis of consumers’ value conflicts in digital interactions (Benjamin Spottke, Simon Mayer)
  • Pitch: In the Eye of the Beholder? Empirically Decomposing Economic Implications of the Online Rating Variance (Dominik Gutt)
  • Design Features of Non-Financial Reward Programs for Online Reviews: Evaluation based on Google Maps Data (Alexander Kupfer, Luciano van Essen, Steffen Zimmermann)
  • Standing on the Shoulders of Web Giants: The Economic Effects of Personal Data Markets (Bastian Haberer, Jan Krämer, Daniel Schnurr)

Workshop Co-Chairs:

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ISDEB 2018

The third workshop – ISDEB 2018 – took take place on 6 March 2018  in Co-Location with MKWI 2018 (6-9 March 2018) in Lüneburg, Germany.

Program:

  • Stefan Feuerriegel and Markus Weinmann: A hidden Markov model for monitoring user perceptions of firms
  • Martin Bichler, TU Munich: Linear pricing in double auction markets with non-convexity
  • Dominik Gutt and Dennis Kundisch: The Traveling Reviewer Problem – Exploring the Relationship between Online Locations and Online Rating Behavior
  • Jörn Grahl: How Do Recommender Systems Lead to Consumer Purchases? A Mediation Analysis of a Field Experiment

Workshop Co-Chairs:

  • Verena Dorner (KIT)
  • Michael Scholz (Universität Passau)
  • Steffen Zimmermann (Universität Innsbruck)

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ISDEB 2017

The second workshop – ISDEB 2017 – took place on 12 February 2017 in Co-Location with the 13. Internationale Tagung Wirtschaftsinformatik (12-15 February 2017) in St. Gallen, Switzerland.

Program:

  • Martin Spann, LMU (joint work with C. Mihale-Wilson, P. Felka, and  O. Hinz):
    „The Real Impact of Augmented-Reality Games“
  • Lukas Wiewiorra, Goethe Uni Frankfurt (joint work with J. Krämer):
    „Strategic Whitelisting by an Ad-blocking Technology Provider: Market Outcomes and Welfare Implications
  • Stefan Feuerriegel, Universität Freiburg (joint work with C. Naumzik and D. Neumann):
    “One Picture is Worth a Thousand Words? Informativeness of Images and Visual Appeal in Electronic Commerce”
  • Michael Scholz, Universität Passau (joint work with V. Dorner):
    “The Economic Impact of Facebook Fanpage Comments”
  • Dennis Kundisch, Universität Paderborn (joint work with T. Görzen):
    “Using Information Cues to Identify High Quality Ideas in Crowd Evaluation”

Workshop Co-Chairs:

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ISDEB 2016

The first workshop „IS Design and Economic Behavior“ – ISDEB 2016 – was held on Wednesday, 09 March 2016 in Co-Location with MKWI 2016 in Ilmenau, Germany .

Program:

  • Martin Bichler (joint with Per Paulsen)
    Why Do Bidders Not Reduce Demand? A Principal-Agent Model of Bidding Firms in Multi-Unit Auctions
  • Dirk Neumann
    Electronic Market Design: Efficiency Analysis with Bayesian Structural Time Series
  • Steffen Zimmermann (joint with Philipp Hermann, Dennis Kundisch, and Barrie Nault)
    How do different Sources of the Variance of Online Consumer Ratings matter?
  • Oliver Hinz (joint with Shawndra Hill)
    The Impact of TV Consumption on Online Shopping Behavior

Workshop 2016 Co-Chairs: