Katja Haas is a masters student of Supply Chain Management at the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria (Austria), where she also obtained her Bachelors degree in International Logistic Management.
Philipp Stimberg is a master student of Economics focusing on management, innovation and marketing at the University of Bielefeld in Germany. Prior to his master, he obtained the Bachelor of Science (Economics) at the University of Paderborn. He is now writing his master thesis using the Sawtooth Software for analyses.
Matthias Tietze is a doctoral candidate in Civil Engineering and Building Economics at the Institute of concrete structure of the Technical University Dresden, Germany. He completed his Master in Building economics and Innovation management at University of applied sciences in Leipzig after obtaining his Diplom degree as a industrial engineer in civil engineering at University of applied sciences in Leipzig, Germany.
Joost van Rietbergen is a master student of Innovation Sciences at Utrecht University (The Netherlands), where he also obtained his bachelor degree Science and Innovation Management. After an internship at an international mobility provider, he now writes his master thesis.
Merve Meryem Subasi is currently pursuing her masters in Interdisciplinary Public and Nonprofit Studies at the University of Hamburg. Before that, she completed her bachelor’s degree in social economics at the same University with a main focus in accounting and sustainability.
Gabriela Andrade de Oliveira was born in Dourados, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil, on August 30, 1995. Currently, she is a master student in Agribusiness at Federal University of Grande Dourados, Brazil. She obtained her bachelor degree in Environmental Engineer at Estadual University of Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil.
Her dissertation in Agribusiness is about Brazilian citizens’ perception of in vitro meat. As the consumption of a new product such as in vitro meat depends on several attributes, MaxDiff analysis can help to better understand which attributes are the most important for consumers. She hopes that her work can provide insights to policy makers and private companies that can be used to develop strategies to stimulate the implementation of in vitro meat.
Lisa Nagel is a doctoral candidate in Behavioural Economics at the University Bremen, Germany. She completed her Master in economic sociology at University Trier after obtaining her Bachelor degree in Sociology at University Mannheim, Germany. At University Groningen, Netherlands, she spent one semester abroad. During her studies she focussed on Micro Sociology, Social Psychology and Organizational Psychology.
Sarah Geoghegan is a PhD student in the School of Medicine at University College Dublin and a fellow in infectious diseases at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Her research focuses on exploring barriers and facilitators to vaccination during pregnancy. She will use Conjoint based conjoint analysis to explore how vaccine specific attributes can influence decision making around vaccines in pregnancy.
Sandy Cassell is pursuing a Doctor of Business Administration degree from Anderson University in Anderson, Indiana. Sandy obtained her Bachelor of Business Administration and Master of Business Administration then held careers with the Federal Reserve Bank and the Internal Revenue Service. Sandy has recently migrated from corporate careers into academia. She is now an Assistant Professor of Business specializing in the field of Management at Evangel University in Springfield, Missouri.
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