Christopher Olk studies Innovation Management, Entrepreneurship & Sustainability at the Technical University of Berlin. At HIIG, he assists in the “Data Governance” project’s research on the data economy and its multiple ways to create and extract 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. He completed his undergrad studies of philosophy and economics at Humboldt University with a bachelor’s thesis on platforms as natural monopolies, and in his spare time he works on building a digital post-capitalism.
Student Assistant: Internet-enabled Innovation
Lectures and presentationsDetermining Datamining - A Marxist perspective
MyData Conference 2018 (Session: Debating Rights and Responsibilities). Open Knowledge Foundation Finland. Kulturittaallo, Helsinki, Finland: 29.08.2018