Moritz Krink is a 29-year-old state-certified engineer who is studying in the division of "Verbundstudiengang" at the University of applied science in Bielefeld business and economics with majoring marketing.
Amanda Belarmino is a PhD. candidate at the Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management at the University of Houston. She will be using Sawtooth Software to conduct a choice-based conjoint analysis to determine the willingness-to-pay of convention and meetings attendees for peer-to-peer accommodations, like Airbnb. The goal of her dissertation is to determine if peer-to-peer accommodations can help cities attract conventions and events when there is a lack of hotel rooms.
Alfons is a PhD candidate at the University of Klagenfurt, Austria, and is supervised by Prof. Dr. Nina Hampl. Before he has started with his PhD program, he worked for an international management consulting firm for a couple of years. His master degree in Strategy, Innovation and Management Control Alfons obtained from the Vienna University of Economics and Business.
Monia is a research assistant and PhD candidate at the University of Hamburg in Germany. She studied business administration at the University of Hamburg where she received her master degree. After her studies she has spent several years working in different positions of media companies. She is interested in the advertising market, production and financing of media products.
Philipp is currently completing his B.Sc. in industrial engineering in the field of electrical engineering at the RWTH Aachen University in Aachen, Germany. At the moment, he is working on his bachelor thesis about the willingness to pay for electric vehicles in Germany.
Christopher is a Master student at the University of Augsburg, Germany finishing his thesis at the Chair of Information Systems and Management (Prof. Dr. Daniel Veit). In his studies, he focused on the major Strategy &Information including digital business models, service marketing and the sharing economy. The topic of his master thesis addresses data strategy, monetization and privacy in the connected car. His CBC study is an initial effort to compare individual preferences with regard to privacy in the acceptance of connected car services and data markets. How do individuals make decisions in the connected car? What is the role of privacy and is it a relevant part of the preference structure?
Thomas Bertrand is a second-year M.Sc. student in the department of Family Medicine at McGill University. Funded by the McGill University Faculty of Medicine and the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Center, his graduate research focuses on improving patient-oriented imaging technologies in cardiovascular diagnostic radiology. Thomas has a 7-year research background, and he completed a Bachelor in Honours Applied Psychology from Bishop’s University and a minor in Sociology from the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Sean is a PhD candidate in the Public Policy and Political Economy Program at The University of Texas at Dallas. His research interests focus on the decision processes and risk management practices of those with limited financial resources. Additionally, he is interested in incorporating knowledge of these processes and practices into policy making.
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