Armin Sauermann

Armin Sauermann supports the work on the third engagement report as a student assistant. He finished his bachelor of social science at the Humboldt University of Berlin. Currently he is studying sociology as a graduate student at the University of Potsdam. Armin has worked at the HIIG 2014/2015 as a student assistant in the research project “Open Science” before he left for an exchange year to King’s College London.
Armin Sauermann | HIIG

Position

Student Assistant: Third Engagement Report

Journal articles and conference proceedings

Fecher, B., Friesike, S., & Hebing, M. (2015). What Drives Academic Data Sharing? PLOS ONE, 10(2). Publication details

Working paper

Fecher, B., Friesike, S., Hebing, M., Linek, S., & Sauermann, A. (2015). A Reputation Economy: Results from an Empirical Survey on Academic Data Sharing. DIW Berlin Discussion Paper, No. 1454. Publication details

Other publications

Fecher, B., Frisike S., Hebing, M., Linek S., & Sauermann A. (2015). Academia is a reputation economy — data-sharing policies should take incentives into account. The Impact Blog. Publication details