Mareike Mohlmann

  • Assistant Professor, Information and Process Management
  • Representative-at-Large Academy of Management (AOM-CTO Division Executive Committee),
  • Affiliated PhD student supervisor Warwick Business School,
  • Doctorate in Business Studies/Management University of Hamburg
  • M. Sc. in Management London School of Economics

Teaching Interests

Mareike Möhlmann has been teaching courses such as business analytics, design thinking, digital innovation and digital marketing at the undergraduate, graduate, and executive levels and is supervising several PHD students. She has developed two Master-level courses ("Digital Marketing", "New Media Marketing"). At Bentley University, she is teaching the IPM 652 "Managing with Analytics" course (MA level), the GB 310 "Business Processes and Systems" course (BA level), and the First-Year Seminar. Mareike's teaching performance was recognized by two WBS Dean's certificates of teaching excellence and she was awarded the WBS Award for Outstanding Contributions to Teaching in 2019. She has a record of outstanding teaching scores / SETs (for example: an average course score 5.9/6 in Spring term 2021).

Research Interests

Mareike conducts research in the field of information systems management. Her major research interests are (1) algorithmic management on online labor platforms and the future of work, and (2) digital trust and reputation on (sharing economy) platforms. She conducts qualitative and quantitative research alike. Her work has been published or accepted for publication in top journal outlets such as the MIS Quarterly, Research Policy, the Journal for the Association of Information Systems (JAIS), the Harvard Business Review, and Research in the Sociology of Organizations. Google Scholar reports that her work is cited 500 times per year. The first single-authorship article she published during her PHD in 2015 was cited more than 1300 times (Google Scholar) and was the Journal of Consumer Behaviour's "most cited article in the last 3 years" in 2020 and 2021. Her research and comments have frequently been featured in industry outlets and mainstream media such as The Times, the Financial Times, the BBC, The Telegraph, the World Economic Forum, The Independent, The Conversation, and many more. Alone in 2017, her research about 'Uber drivers gaming the algorithm' was covered on the front page of The Times (UK print version) and in more than 200 press outlets worldwide. She has contributed to multiple podcasts (e.g., published by the Sydney Business Insights in 2021) and has been invited by companies and public sector organizations (e.g., the United Nations in 2022 and Facebook in 2021) to present her work. She received awards for her scholarly activities (e.g., the Bentley University Outstanding Scholarly Contribution Award in 2022).

Consulting/Practice Interests

Service: At Bentley University, she has been reviving and organizing (now co-organizing) a brownbag research seminar (MIS @Bentley). She volunteered for the First-Year Seminar (2021). She is a member of the Bentley University Shuttle Advisory Committee and the Bentley Curriculum Policy Committee. Mareike is the Representative-at-Large of the Academy of Management (AOM) CTO division. She regularly acts as an AE for ICIS, ECIS and AOM conferences and as a reviewer for top journals in ISM (e.g., Information Systems Research, MIS Quarterly, Management Science, and many more). In the past, she took over a number of service roles in the ISM community, including acting as a co-mini-track chair at HICSS conferences (2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023), and a program committee member for the Pre-ICIS workshop on the "changing nature of work" (2018, 2019, 2021). As a member of the tentative executive working group on the AIS SIG on the Changing Nature of Work, she has been involved in the formation of this new SIG. She has taken over informal and formal mentoring responsibilities (e.g., mentor at the paper-a-thon at ICIS 2021, mentor for an AIS Chapter Germany initiative). Mareike is a member of the YP Steering Committee of the German-American Business Council of Boston.

Bio

Mareike Möhlmann is Assistant Professor in the Information and Process Management department. She joined Bentley University in 2020. Previously, she worked as an Assistant Professor at Warwick Business School (2016-2020) a teaching fellow at the London School of Economics (2018-2020), and a postdoctoral researcher at NYU’s Stern School of Business (2015-2016). She holds a doctoral degree in Business Studies/Management from the University of Hamburg (2012-2015), and an M.Sc. in Management from the London School of Economics (2010). Before starting her career in academia she worked for the United Nations (NYC office) on topics such as sustainability, climate change, and the green economy.

Professional Links

Awards and Honors

  • 2022, Outstanding Scholarly Contribution Award 2022 (university-wide award), Bentley University
  • 2022, Participant in MISQ Scholarly Development Academy , MISQ
  • 2022, Nomination for RRBM Award by MIS Quarterly in 2022 (only one MIS Quarterly paper nomination per annum), RRBM
  • 2022, Research Council Grant, Bentley University
  • 2021, FAC Grant 2021, Bentley University
  • 2021, Single author of the Journal of Consumer Behaviour's "most cited article in the last 3 years" in 2020 and 2021 , Journal of Consumer Behaviour
  • 2019, Award for Outstanding Contribution to Teaching 2018-2019 , Warwick Business School
  • 2019, Several funds to disseminate impact-related research 2018-2019 (approx. 10,000 Pounds), Warwick Business School
  • 2018, WBS Dean's Certificate for Recognition of Excellent Teaching (Postgraduate) 2018 (IB9610: “Digital Marketing”), Warwick Business School
  • 2018, WBS Dean's Certificate for Recognition of Excellent Teaching (Undergraduate) 2018 (IB 2630: “Design Thinking”), Warwick Business School
  • 2015, Nomination for the William H. Newman Award for Best Paper Based on a Dissertation , Academy of Management
  • 2015, Research Grant (> USD 20,000) , DAAD Grant
  • 2015, Research Grant (> USD 40,000), Fritz Thyssen Foundation
  • 2014, Research Grant in 2014, Graduate school WISO UHH
  • 2014, RESER Founders’ PhD Award for Outstanding Performance as a Young Scholar , European Ass. for Research on Services
  • 2014, RESER Founders’ PhD Award Grant (Helsinki, Finland) , European Ass. for Research on Services
  • Publications

    Journal Articles


  • Mohlmann, M., Alves de Lima Salge, C., Marabelli, M. (2022). Algorithm Sensemaking: How Platform Workers Make Sense of Algorithmic Management. Journal of the Association for Information Systems. Forthcoming.
  • Möhlmann, M., Zalmanson, L., Henfridsson, O., Gregory, R. W. (2021). Algorithmic management of work on online labor platforms: When matching meets control. MIS Quarterly, (54) 4
  • Möhlmann, M. (2021). Algorithmic nudges don’t have to be unethical. Harvard Business Review (digital/short: 22 April 2021).
  • Möhlmann, M. (2021). Unjustified trust beliefs: Trust conflation on sharing economy platforms. Research Policy, (50) 3
  • Möhlmann, M. (2021). Subtile Kontrolle - Subtle Control. Harvard Business Manager (extended German version of the Harvard Business Review) (short/magazine, print). November Issue
  • Möhlmann, M., Henfridsson, O. (2021). What people hate about being managed by algorithms. Harvard Business Review, Special Issue (short/magazine, print). November Issue
  • Ozcan, P., Gurses, K., Möhlmann, M. (2020). Category kings and commoners: Within and cross-category spill-overs in the sharing economy. Research in the Sociology of Organizations, (66)
  • Möhlmann, M., Teubner, T. (2020). Navigating by the stars—Current challenges for ensuring trust in the sharing economy. NIM Marketing Intelligence Review, (12) 2
  • Moeini, M., Möhlmann, M., Hummel, J. (2020). Understanding Knotted Tensions in Purveying Pandemic Public Monitoring Technologies. . https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3671458
  • Möhlmann, M., Henfridsson, O. (2019). What People hate about being managed by an algorithm, according to a study of Uber drivers. Harvard Business Review (short/digital: 30 August 2019).
  • Boenigk, S., Möhlmann, M. (2016). A public sector marketing model to measure the social and environmental values of public strategies – An empirical study on a green public service. Journal of Nonprofit & Public Sector Marketing, (28) 2
  • Möhlmann, M. (2016). Digital Trust and Peer-to-Peer Collaborative Consumption Platforms: A Mediation Analysis. . http://ssrn.com/abstract=2813367
  • Mazzella, F., Sundararajan, A., D’Espous, V., Möhlmann, M. (2016). How digital trust powers the sharing economy. IESE Insight, (30)
  • Möhlmann, M. (2015). Collaborative consumption – Determinants of satisfaction and the likelihood of using a sharing economy option again. Journal of Consumer Behaviour, (14) 3
  • Wymer, W., Boenigk, S., Möhlmann, M. (2015). The Conceptualization of nonprofit marketing orientation – A critical reflection and contributions towards closing the practice-theory gap. Journal of Nonprofit & Public Sector Marketing, (27) 2

    Book Chapters


  • Möhlmann, M., Teubner, T., Graul, A. (2019). Leveraging trust on sharing economy platforms: Reputation systems, blockchain technology, and cryptocurrencies In Belk, R. W., Eckhardt, G. M., Bardhi, F., (Eds.) Handbook of the Sharing Economy. Edward Elgar Publishing
  • Möhlmann, M., Geissinger, A. (2018). Trust in the Sharing Economy: Platform-Mediated Peer Trust In Davidson, N., Infranca, J., Finck, M. , (Eds.) The Cambridge Handbook on Law and Regulation of the Sharing Economy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

  • Conference Proceedings


  • Jarvenpaa, S.Blomqvist, K.Alarcon, G.Möhlmann, M. (2022). Advances in Distrust and Trust Research: Digital Technologies in Organizations and Beyond , (Hawaii International Conference on Information System Sciences HICSS-55, Hawaii, US.)
  • Stroppiana Tabankov, S.Mohlmann, M. (2021). Artificial Intelligence for In-flight Services: How the Lufthansa Group Managed Explainability and Accuracy Concerns International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS). Forthcoming.
  • Jarvenpaa, S.Möhlmann, M.Blomqvist, K. (2021). Advances in Trust Research: Artificial Intelligence in Organizations Mini track Hawaii International Conference on Information System Sciences HICSS.
  • Stroppiana Tabankov, S.Möhlmann, M. (2021). Artificial Intelligence for In-flight Services: How the Lufthansa Group Managed Explainability and Accuracy Concerns International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS).
  • Stroppiana Tabankov,, S.Möhlmann, M. (2021). Tensions Interrelation Across the Implementation Stages of Business Analytics Academy of Management (AOM).
  • Möhlmann, M.Henfridsson, O. (2021). The invisible hand: The invisible hand: Algorithmic control of YouTube producers and consumers Proceedings of the Boston University Platform Strategy Research Symposium, 16 July 2021.
  • Jarvenpaa, S.Möhlmann, M.Blomqvist, K. (2020). Introduction to the Minitrack on Advances on Trust, Trusted Systems, and Digital Technologies Hawaii International Conference on Information System Sciences HICSS.
  • Jarvenpaa, S.Möhlmann, M.Teigland, R. (2019). Minitrack: Advances in Trust, Trusted Systems, and Technology Mediated-Environments , (Hawaii International Conference on Information System Sciences HICSS)
  • Möhlmann, M.Jarvenpaa, S. (2019). Cognitive Challenges on Digital Exchange Platforms: Exploring Misspecifications of Trust , (Hawaii International Conference on Information System Sciences HICSS)
  • Ozcan, P.Gurses, K.Möhlmann, M. (2019). Category Kings and Commoners: Within and Across Cross-Category Spillovers in the Sharing Economy , (Academy of Management Proceedings (AOM))
  • Möhlmann, M.Zalmanson, L. (2017). Hands on the wheel: Navigating algorithmic management and Uber drivers' autonomy , ( International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS))
  • Hawlitschek, F.Teubner, T.Adam, M.Borchers, N.Möhlmann, M.Weinhardt, C. (2016). Trust in the sharing economy: An experimental framework , (International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS))
  • Möhlmann, M. (2015). Building trust in collaborative consumption services facilitated through an online platform , (Academy of Management Proceedings (AOM))
  • Möhlmann, M. (2015). Collaborative consumption: Reasons for choosing a sharing economy option , (Academy of Management Proceesings (AOM))

  • Other(s)


  • Möhlmann, M. (2021). (contributer/speaker): Why automation makes your job harder (Podcast University of Sydney Insights)Podcast 'The Unlearn Project" (Sandra Peters and Kai Riemer: University of Sydney Insights - 14 Sept 2021).
  • Möhlmann, M. (2019). Algorithmic ManagementCore Magazine (Warwick Business School), Issue 9.
  • Ozcan, P., Möhlmann, M., Krishnamoorthy, C. (2018). Who shares and who doesn't? Results of the UK Sharing Economy Consumer SurveyWarwick Business School Report (May 2018).
  • Ozcan, P., Möhlmann, M. (2018). Sharing is disruptingCore Magazine (Warwick Business School), Issue 6.
  • Möhlmann, M. (2018). Trust in the Sharing EconomyCore Magazine (Warwick Business School), Issue 7.
  • Presentations

  • Mohlmann, M. (2022). “Keynote on: Platforms and algorithmic nudges: They don't need to been unethical” Presented at theSymplatform Platform Symposium Politecnico di Milano (April 01, 2022)
  • Mohlmann, M. (2022). “Algorithmic Nudges Don't have to be unethical” Presented at theInvited talk, United Nations Roundtable (January 18, 2022)
  • Mohlmann, M. (2022). “Algorithmic Management” Presented at thePanel, WI conference (February 22, 2022)
  • Mohlmann, M. (2022). “Algorithmic Management” Presented at theInvited talk, LMU Munich (January 19, 2022)
  • Mohlmann, M. (2022). “Algorithmic Management” Presented at theInvited talk, TU Berlin (January 27, 2022)
  • Möhlmann, M. (2021). “Algorithmic management” Presented at the Bentley University Bentley University Research Showcase and Reception
  • Möhlmann, M. (2021). “Algorithmic Transparency ” Presented at theBentley University Brownbag Seminar
  • Möhlmann, M., Henfridsson, O. (2021). “The invisible hand: Algorithmic control of YouTube producers and consumers” Presented at the Boston University Platform Strategy Research Symposium Boston
  • Stroppiana Tabankov, S., Möhlmann, M. (2021). “Tensions Interrelation Across the Implementation Stages of Business Analytics” Presented at theAcademy of Management (AOM)
  • Li, L., Möhlmann, M., Marabelli, M. (2021). “AI controlling AI? A potentially dystopian view of automatic systems” Presented at the Bentley University Bentley University Research Showcase and Reception
  • Möhlmann, M. (2021). “Algorithmic Nudging” Presented at the MKAI MKAI September AI Inclusive Forum - The Ethics and Imperative of Digital Nudging
  • Möhlmann, M. (2021). “Managing with Algorithms: Algorithmic Nudging and a Call for more Ethics” Presented at the IE University Madrid, Spain, event sponsored by Facebook IE University Madrid, Spain, event sponsored by Facebook
  • Möhlmann, M. (2021). “Algorithmic Management” Presented at the Public Policy Centre in Belgrade, Serbia Future of Work
  • Stroppiana Tabankov, S., Möhlmann, M. (2021). “Artificial Intelligence for In-flight Services: How the Lufthansa Group Managed Explainability and Accuracy Concerns” Presented at theInternational Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)
  • Leicht-Deobald , U., Lutz , C., Meijerink , J., Cameron, L., Lamers, L., Newlands , G., Möhlmann, M., Donaldson , T. (2021). “Algorithmic Management: Toward a Cross-Disciplinary Research Agenda (PDW)” Presented at theAcademy of Management (AOM)
  • Möhlmann, M. (2020). “Algorithmic Management – A study of Uber drivers, Symposium on the Digital Economy in Berlin” Presented at theWeizenbaum Internet Institute/TU Berlin Symposium
  • Möhlmann, M. (2020). “App-based surveillance – Lessons from the algorithmic management of Uber drivers” Presented at theThe Digital Infrastructure, Innovation and Economy Seminar Series London (London School of Economics)
  • Möhlmann, M. (2020). “Unjustified trust beliefs on sharing economy platforms” Presented at theDigital Platform Business Models Seminar UIC Barcelona
  • Möhlmann, M. (2020). “Unjustified trust beliefs on multi-sided sharing economy platforms” Presented at theWorkshop on Trust, Blockchain, and Smart Contracts TU Munich
  • Möhlmann, M. (2020). “Algorithmic Transparency” Presented at theInvited Talk, University of Oxford, Platfrom Seminar Series
  • Möhlmann, M. (2020). “Algorithmic Management” Presented at theInvited Talk, UIC Barcelona
  • Möhlmann, M., Zalmanson, L., Henfridsson, O., Gregory, R. (2019). “Algorithmic Management, PDW On the "Digital Platform Economy"” Presented at theAcademy of Management, Boston
  • Möhlmann, M., Jarvenpaa, S. (2019). “Cognitive Challenges on Digital Exchange Platforms: Exploring Misspecifications of Trust” Presented at theHawaii International Conference on Information System Sciences HICSS
  • Ozcan, P., Gurses, K., Möhlmann, M. (2019). “Category Kings and Commoners: Within and Across Cross-Category Spillovers in the Sharing Economy” Presented at theAcademy of Management (AOM)
  • Geissinger, A., Laurell, C., Möhlmann, M., Öberg, C. (2019). “Collaborative economy in social media – Collective action in Sweden” Presented at the6th International Workshop on the Sharing Economy, Utrecht
  • Möhlmann, M. (2019). “Algorithmic Mangement” Presented at theInvited Talk, Bentley University
  • Möhlmann, M. (2018). “ow algorithmic management unfolds across the tight- and loose-control platforms M-Turk and Uber” Presented at theReshape Work Conference, VU Amsterdam Amsterdam
  • Möhlmann, M. (2018). “Misspecifications of trust on digital exchange platforms: An agenda for future research, PDW on Trust on Digital Platforms” Presented at theAcademy of Management (AOM), Chicago
  • Möhlmann, M., Zalmanson, L., Henfridsson, O. (2018). “The Gig Economy: When algorithms manage freelance workers” Presented at the5th Intern. Workshop on the Sharing Economy, Mannheim Mannheim
  • Möhlmann, M., Zalmanson, L., Hendfridsson, O. (2018). “Hands on the Wheel (and the app): Regaining Control in the Age of Algorithmic Management” Presented at theRepublica Berlin Berlin
  • Möhlmann, M. (2018). “Algorithmic Management - A study of Uber drivers” Presented at theInvited Talk, TU Berlin
  • Möhlmann, M. (2018). “Algorithmic Management - A study of Uber drivers” Presented at theInvited Talk, London School of Economics
  • Möhlmann, M. (2017). “How Uber drivers regain control in the age of algorithmic management” Presented at the4th International Workshop on the Sharing Economy, Lund Lund
  • Möhlmann, M., Geissinger, A. (2017). “Trust in the sharing economy” Presented at theWorkshop on the Cambridge Handbook of the Law of the Sharing Economy, Boston Boston
  • Möhlmann, M. (2017). “Hands on the Wheel (and the App) – Regaining Control in the Age of Algorithmic Management” Presented at theTheorizing the Web Conference, NYU's Stern School of Business New York City
  • Möhlmann, M. (2017). “Trust on peer economy platforms” Presented at theInvited Talk, Univerisity of Cologne
  • Möhlmann, M. (2017). “ Methodological approaches studying the sharing and gig economy” Presented at theSymposium on the Management of Work in the Sharing Economy, University of Sussex
  • Möhlmann, M., Zalmanson, L. (2017). “Hands on the wheel: Navigating algorithmic management and Uber drivers' autonomy” Presented at theInternational Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) Seoul
  • Hawlitschek, F., Teubner, T., Adam, M., Borchers, N., Möhlmann, M., Weinhardt, C. (2016). “Trust in the sharing economy: An experimental framework” Presented at theInternational Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Dublin
  • Möhlmann, M. (2016). “Digital trust and peer-to-peer collaborative consumption platforms: A mediation analysis” Presented at theMISQE Research for Practice Workshop on the Sharing Economy (ICIS 2016 Dublin) Dublin
  • Möhlmann, M. (2016). “When an algorithm is your boss” Presented at theInvited Talk, Warwick Business School
  • Möhlmann, M. (2016). “Trust on peer economy platforms” Presented at theInvited Talk, VU Amsterdam
  • Möhlmann, M. (2016). “Sharing Economy: Building Trust in P2P Online Marketplaces” Presented at theNew York Computer Science and Economics Day (NYCE) NYC
  • Möhlmann, M. (2015). “Collaborative consumption: Trust in peer-to-peer online marketplaces”
  • Möhlmann, M. (2015). “Building trust in collaborative consumption services facilitated through an online platform” Presented at theAcademy of Management (AOM) Vancouver
  • Möhlmann, M. (2015). “Collaborative consumption: Reasons for choosing a sharing economy option” Presented at theAcademy of Management (AOM)
  • Möhlmann, M. (2014). “Collaborative consumption – Determinants of satisfaction and the likelihood of using a sharing option again” Presented at the24th Annual Conference of the European Association for Research on Services Helsinki
  • Möhlmann, M. (2014). “Sharing Economy alias collaborative consumption – The causality between the level of trust and intentional and actual behavior to use a sharing option” Presented at theInternational Doctoral Colloquium of the 24th Annual Conference of the European Association for Research on Services Helsinki
  • Möhlmann, M. (2014). “Sharing Economy alias collaborative consumption – The causality between the level of trust and intentional and actual behavior to use a sharing option” Presented at the Universityof Southern Denmark International Doctoral Workshop Research Design for Causal Inference in Social Sciences
  • Möhlmann, M. (2013). “The development of a holistic conceptual model to capture the value of public, nonprofit, and private sector collaboration” Presented at the Hartford 42th Annual Conference of the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA)
  • Service

    Department Service


  • PhD student teaching mentor (course shadowing) 2022 - 2022
  • Spring 2022, co-organizing a brownbag seminar series 2022 - 2022
  • Fall 2021, organizing a brownbag seminar series 2021 - 2021
  • PhD comprehensive exam grader 2021 - 2021
  • PhD student teaching evaluator for IPM department 2021 - 2021
  • Spring 2021, reviving/organizing a brownbag seminar series that features Bentley University colleagues and external speakers 2021 - 2021
  • University Service


  • Committee Member for Bentley University Shuttle Advisory Committee 2022 - Present
  • Bentley Curriculum Policy Committee 2022 - 2024
  • Participated in the Inauguration of President Dr. Chrite 2022 - 2022
  • Mentor (Faculty) for / Instructor First-Year-Seminar 2021 - 2022
  • Convocation in Summer 2021 - 2021
  • Participated in Bentley University Research Showcase and Reception 2021 - 2021
  • Volunteer for “Breakfast By Moonlight” (helper shift) 2021 - 2021
  • Volunteer for Fall Open House 2021 - 2021
  • Professional Service


  • Reviewer, Ad Hoc Reviewer for top-journals (10-15+ reviews per annum) such as MIS Quarterly, Information Systems Research, Management Science, JSIS, JIS, JCB, JMS and many more 2016 - Present
  • Representative-at-Large for Academy of Management (CTO Division) 2021 - 2024
  • Conference/Workshop Track Chair for WI Conference - 2023
  • Conference/Workshop Track Chair for (Co-Mini Track Chair) HICSS conference 2023 (trust and digital technologies) - 2023
  • Conference/Workshop Track Chair for (Co-Mini Track Chair) HICSS conference 2022 (Trust and Distrust) - 2022
  • Editor (Associate), Conference for Academy of Management - 2022
  • Editor (Associate), Conference for WI Conference 2021 - 2022
  • Conference/Workshop Track Chair for (Co-Mini Track Chair) HICSS conference 2021 (Trust Research and AI in Organizations) 2021 - 2021
  • Other for : Informal and formal mentoring responsibilities (e.g., ICIS paper-a-thon, AIS Chapter Germany) 2021 - 2021
  • Committee Member for Program committee member for the Pre-ICIS workshop on the “changing nature of work” - 2021
  • Editor (Associate), Conference for The International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) 2021 - 2021
  • Task Force Member for Tentative Executive Working Group on the AIS SIG on the Changing Nature of Work 2019 - 2021
  • Conference/Workshop Session Chair for (Co-Mini Track Chair) HICSS conference 2020 (Digital Trust Research) - 2020
  • Editor (Associate), Conference for European Conference on Information Systems 2021 - 2020
  • Editor (Associate), Conference for The International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) 2020 - 2020
  • Conference/Workshop Track Chair for (Co-Mini Track Chair) HICSS conference 2019 (Advances in Trust Research) - 2019
  • Task Force Member for (Founding Member) of the AIS SIG initiative on Digital Innovation, Transformation & Entrepreneurship - 2019
  • Editor (Associate), Conference for Academy of Management (AOM) 2019 - 2019
  • Editor (Associate), Conference for European Conference on Informartion Systems 2019 - 2019
  • Editor (Associate), Conference for The International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) 2019 - 2019
  • Committee Member for Program committee member for the Pre-ICIS workshop on the "changing nature of work" (2018, 2019) 2018 - 2019
  • Editor (Associate), Conference for Academy of Management (AOM) 2018 - 2018
  • Editor (Associate), Conference for The International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) 2018 - 2018
  • Editor (Associate), Conference for The International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) 2017 - 2017