Lea Erlenwein is currently studying the research-oriented Master’s degree in European Ethnology at Humboldt University in Berlin. As part of her studies, she is addressing questions in the context of the Europeanisation process and digital value creation. Her Master’s thesis examines care work in the Corona pandemic.
At the Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society, Lea is a student assistant in the Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Society research group: She supports the “Platform Alternatives” research project, which explores how Europe’s digital platform economy can be governed to achieve fairer results for all stakeholders.
Previously, she supported the research project “_Gemeinsam digital – Mittelstand 4.0-Kompetenzzentrum Berlin”. Before joining HIIG, she gained professional experience in campaign and communication projects for a wine start-up.
Former Student assistant: Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Society
Erlenwein, L. (2021). Four key ideas for a sustainable platform economy in Europe. Digital Society Blog. Publication details
Organisation of eventsRoundtable: Data Governance in Digital Platform Economy
From 23.06.2021 to 23.06.2021. Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society, Online, Germany. Co-Organised by: Oxford Internet Institute & European Commission (National)
Asal Dardan, Lea Erlenwein, Lena Starke, Tina Krell, Matthias C. KettemannRoundtable: Treatment of users and complementors
21.04.2021. Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society, Online, Germany. Co-Organised by: Oxford Internet Institute & European Commission (International)
Asal Dardan, Lea Erlenwein, Lena Starke, Tina Krell