HIIG Discussion Paper Series on Internet and Society

The HIIG Discussion Paper Series on Internet and Society spans and connects our diverse fields of research. The series aims at stimulating discussions across disciplinary boundaries by making the findings of our current research available to a broader scholarly public as open access publications. Many of these papers have already appeared or will appear in professional journals or edited volumes. All HIIG discussion papers are listed below.

Publications in the series

2018

Celeste, E. (2018). Digital Constitutionalism: Mapping the Constitutional Response to Digital Technology’s Challenges. HIIG Discussion Paper Series, 2018(02). Publication details

Dametto, D. (2018). Managing the innovation space: How firms can shape collaboration practices in the context of innovation communities. HIIG Discussion Paper Series, 2018(4). Publication details

Djeffal, C. (2018). Künstliche Intelligenz – Beitrag Zum Handbuch Digitalisierung in Staat und Verwaltung. HIIG Discussion Paper Series, 2018(3). Publication details

Schulz, W. (2018). Regulating Intermediaries to Protect Privacy Online – the Case of the German NetzDG. HIIG Discussion Paper Series, 2018-1. Publication details

2017

Djeffal, C. (2017). Leitlinien der Verwaltungsnovation und das Internet der Dinge: Vom E-Government Zum Smart Government Durch Verfassung, Gesetz, Organisation Und Strategie. HIIG Discussion Paper Series. Publication details

Dopfer, M. (2017). Pick and choose: A venture’s cognitive toolbox to business model innovation. HIIG Discussion Paper Series. Publication details

Neumann, E.K., Send, H., Tech, R.P.G. (2017). Central components of open business models. What makes an open business model open? HIIG Discussion Paper Series. Publication details

Pernice, I. (2017). Risk Management in the Digital Constellation – A Constitutional Perspective. HIIG Discussion Paper Series. Publication details

Pernice, I. (2017). Cybersecurity Governance: Making Cyberspace a Safer Place. HIIG Discussion Paper Series. Publication details

Pernice, I. (2017). Die Verfassung der Internetgesellschaft: Zur Rolle von Staat und Verfassung im Zuge der digitalen Revolution. HIIG Discussion Paper Series. Publication details

Pernice, I. (2017). Vom Völkerrecht des Netzes zur Verfassung des Internets: Privacy und Digitale Sicherheit im Zeichen eines schrittweisen Paradigmenwechsels. HIIG Discussion Paper Series. Publication details

2016

Hofmann, J. (2016). Multi-Stakeholderism in Internet Governance: Putting a Fiction into Practice. HIIG Discussion Paper Series, 2016(02). Publication details

Meier-Hahn, U. (2016). Exploring the Regulatory Conditions of Internet Interconnection – A Survey Among Internet Interconnection Professionals. HIIG Discussion Paper Series, 2016(03). Publication details

Pernice, I. (2016). E-Government and E-Democracy: Overcoming Legitimacy Deficits in a Digital Europe. HIIG Discussion Paper Series, 2016(01). Publication details

Puschmann, C. & Scheffler, T. (2016). Topic Modeling for Media and Communication Research: A Short Primer. HIIG Discussion Paper Series, 2016(05). Publication details

Richter, N., Schildhauer, T., Neumann, K., & Volquartz, L. (2016). Fostering and hindering factors — success of early stage internet-enabled startups. HIIG Discussion Paper Series, 2016(04). Publication details

2015

Al-Ani, A. & Stumpp, S. (2015). Motivationen und Durchsetzung von Interessen auf kommerziellen Plattformen. Ergebnisse einer Umfrage unter Kreativ- und IT-Crowdworkern. (Motivations and Enforcement of Interests on Commercial Platforms: A Survey among Creative- and IT-Crowdworkers.). HIIG Discussion Paper Series, 2015(05). Publication details

Dopfer M., Grafenstein, M. v., Richter, N., Schildhauer, T., Tech, R. P. G., Trifonov, S., Wrobel, M. (2015). Fördernde Und Hindernde Faktoren Für Internet-Enabled Startups. (Supporting and Hindering Factors for Internet-Enabled Startups.). HIIG Discussion Paper Series. Publication details

Hansch, A., Hillers, L., McConachie, K., Newman, Ch., Schildhauer, T., Schmidt, P. (2015). Video and Online Learning: Critical Reflections and Findings from the Field. HIIG Discussion Paper Series, 2015(02), 1-34. Publication details

Hansch, A., Hillers, L., McConachie, K., Schildhauer, T., & Schmidt, P. (2015). Video and Online Learning: Critical Reflections and Findings from the Field. HIIG Discussion Paper Series, 2015(02). Publication details

Hansch, A., Newman, C., & Schildhauer, T. (2015). Fostering Engagement with Gamification: Review of Current Practices on Online Learning Platforms. HIIG Discussion Paper Series, 2015(04). Publication details

Meier-Hahn, U. (2015). Creating Connectivity: Trust, Distrust and Social Microstructures at the Core of the Internet. HIIG Discussion Paper Series, 2015(03). Publication details

Pernice, I. (2015). Global Constitutionalism and the Internet. Taking People Seriously. HIIG Discussion Paper Series, 2015(01). Publication details

2014

Al-Ani, A., Stumpp, S., & Schildhauer, T. (2014). Crowd-Studie 2014 – Die Crowd als Partner der deutschen Wirtschaft. HIIG Discussion Paper Series, 2014(02). Publication details

Hofmann, J., Katzenbach, C., & Gollatz, K. (2014). Between Coordination and Regulation: Conceptualizing Governance in Internet Governance. HIIG Discussion Paper Series, 2014(04). Publication details

Oermann, M., Lose, M., Schmidt, J.-H. & Johnsen, K. (2014). Approaching Social Media Governance. HIIG Discussion Paper Series, 2014(05). Publication details

Saldías, O. (2014). Coded for Export! The Contextual Dimension of the Brazilian Framework for Internet Law & Policy. HIIG Discussion Paper Series, 2014(06). Publication details

Schmidt, J. & Johnsen, K. (2014). On the Use of the E-Petition Platform of the German Bundestag. HIIG Discussion Paper Series, 2014(03). Publication details

Send, H., Friesike, S., & Zuch, A. N. (2014). Participation in On-Line Co-Creation: Assessment and Review of Motivations. HIIG Discussion Paper Series, 2014(01). Publication details

Send, H., Friesike, S., Ebert, J., Gollatz, K. & Schildhauer, T. (2014). Online Participation and Decision-Making. HIIG Discussion Paper Series, 2014(07). Publication details

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