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KIN Center is looking for an Assistant Professor (Tenure Track)
The emlyon Business School in Paris is building a scientific committee, composed of top international scholars, to oversee the research activities of the...
Are you a scholar in the field of Work and Organizing in the “Digital Society”? Then Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam would like to get to know you.
On Sunday 4 November VPRO Tegenlicht will air an episode on the Gig Economy.
On October 12th professor Marleen Huysman will join the NRCLive event on the Robot-economy.
The event brings ambitious students and young professionals in contact with global leaders in the digital industry.
Jochem Hummel, Hans Berends and Philipp Tuertscher received the award for outstanding and innovative research into complex organizations and systems.
“Debating big data: A literature review on realizing value from big data” was downloaded an impressive 8517 times.
The paper by Wendy Günther, Mohammad Rezazade Mehrizi, Marleen Huysman and Frans Feldberg, was considered for the JSIS Best Paper Award 2017!
Elmira van den Broek, an incoming PhD candidate at KIN, presented the abstract on the “Illustion of Transparency” at the Chirurgendagen 2018, the annual...
The VSNU – the Dutch Collective of Collaborating Universities – developed the Digital Society Research Agenda.
Much has happened in the world of connectivity over the last 10 years.
On Thursday the 1st of March, DocuDoka Amsterdam hosted a session on Digital Nomads.
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