Fabian Stephany, Dr.

Fabian Stephany has joined the the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society as an Associate Researcher in 2019 and collaborates with the institute’s group for Innovation & Entrepreneurship. Dr. Stephany’s research focuses on the application of computational social science in fields like education, migration, innovation, and public policy. Currently, he studies the geographies of digital knowledge creation of online platforms in cooperation with the Oxford Internet Institute at Oxford University.

As an Economist and free-lance Data Scientist, Fabian Stephany has been working for various actors in the international policy landscape, such as the Viennese think tank Agenda Austria, the United Nations Development Programme or the OECD in Paris. Dr. Stephany holds degrees in Economics and Social Sciences from different European institutions, including Universitá Bocconi Milan and Cambridge University.

Fabian Stephany

Position

Associate researcher: Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Journal articles and conference proceedings

Darius, P., & Stephany, F. (2019). “Hashjacking” the Debate: Polarisation strategies of Germany’s political far-right on Twitter. International Conference on Social Informatics, Springer, Cham.. Publication details

Stephany F. (2019). ‘It’s not only size that matters: determinants of Estonia’s e-governance success’. Electronic Government, forthcoming. Publication details

Stephany, F., Braesemann, F., & Graham, M. (2019). Coding Together-Coding Alone: The Role of Trust in Collaborative Programming. Information, Communication, and Society, under revision. Publication details

Stephany F. (2019). Everything You Always Wanted to Know About AI – Nowcasting Digital Skills with Wikipedia. SocArXiv. Publication details

Stephany, F., Abel, G, J., & Muttarak, R. (2019). Learning About Internal Migration from Half a Billion Records – Applying Localised Classification Trees to Large-scale Census Data. SocArXiv. Publication details

Working paper

Schmeiss, J., Stephany, F., & Tech, R. (2019). The Business Model as Mediator during Socio-Technical Transitions – Empirical Evidence from Applied AI Technology Startups in the Energy and Transportation Sector. SocArXiv. Publication details

Lectures and presentations

Coding Together - Coding Alone: The Role of Trust in Collaborative Programming
Brown Bag Seminar. Oxford Internet Institute, Oxford, United Kingdom: 13.11.2019

Fabian Stephany

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About AI - Nowcasting Digital Skills with Wikipedia.
Complex Networks Conference. Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lissabon, Portugal: 08.11.2019 Further information

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Coding Together - Coding Alone: The Role of Trust in Collaborative Programming
Platform Economy Interest Group. Oxford Internet Institute, Oxford, United Kingdom: 25.10.2019

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How Digital Platforms Change Innovation, Knowledge and Work
DAAD Alumni Annual Meeting 2019. Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst. Universität Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany: 28.09.2019

Fabian Stephany

Coding Together - Coding Alone: The Role of Trust in Collaborative Programming
1st Winter School. Complexity Science Hub Vienna. Obergurgl University Center, Obergurgl, Austria: 03.03.2019 Further information

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Panels

Digital Economy in the Western Balkans: Trends and Implications in Online Labour
Western Balkans Digital Summit (UNDP invitation). UNDP. Palace of Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia: 05.04.2019 Further information

Fabian Stephany