Christopher Olk studies Innovation Management, Entrepreneurship & Sustainability at the Technische Universität Berlin. At HIIG, he assists in the “Data Governance” project’s research on the data economy and its models of creating and extracting value from data. Previously, he worked in the HIIG project “Competing and complementary” on participation platforms, as well as in a consultancy focusing on organizational innovation. Christopher holds a scholarship from the Hans-Böckler-Stiftung. He completed his undergraduate studies of philosophy and economics at Humboldt University with a thesis on platforms as natural monopolies, and in his spare time he works on building a digital post-capitalism.
Student Assistant: Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Lectures and presentationsData Governance - Elaborating on a Research Concept
Towards health futures: digital innovation, infrastructure, and entrepreneurship on bio data (Session: Propositions for research on bio data). Freie Universität Berlin. Einstein Center for Digital Futures, Berlin, Germany: 07.03.2019 Further information
Alina WernickDetermining Datamining - A Marxist perspective
MyData Conference 2018 (Session: Debating Rights and Responsibilities). Open Knowledge Foundation Finland. Kulturittaallo, Helsinki, Finland: 29.08.2018
Organisation of eventsWho holds a stake in Smart City Data?
From 15.04.2019 to 15.04.2019. Humboldt Institut für Internet und Gesellschaft, Berlin, Germany (International)
Alina Wernick, Christopher Olk, Maximilian von Grafenstein