Konstanze Neumann has studied Media and Communication Science at the University of Leipzig. In her Bachelor’s thesis she has analysed the post-socialist transformation of the Russian media system.

Currently she is finishing a degree in Social and Cultural Anthropology and Political Science at Freie Universität Berlin. She has gained working experiences in the editorial team of Gründerszene, a German online magazine focused on the digital economy in Germany and abroad.

Konstanze joined the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society in 2013. She is supporting the Innovation and Entrepreneurship research project in the field of Internet-enabled Innovation.

Journal Publications and Conference Proceedings:

Richter, N., Schildhauer, T., Volquartz, L., & Neumann, K. (2017). Was Internet Startups in Berlin erfolgreich macht – Eine qualitative Untersuchung zu fördernden und hindernden Faktoren. HIIG Discussion Paper Series. Publication details

Working Paper:

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

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

Lectures and Presentations:

Blockchain technology & open source sensor networks
IKZW . Laboratorium Fertigungstechnik (LaFT). Helmut-Schmidt-Universität, Hamburg, Germany: 14.12.2016

Robin P. G. Tech, Konstanze Neumann, Michel Wendelin