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.
Jeroen van de Pol is a 28-year-old Ph.D candidate and Pharm. D at the University of Utrecht, The Netherlands. He studied pharmacy and graduated in 2013. He is interested in the changing role of the community pharmacists in primary healthcare. His research project focuses on the changing role of the community pharmacist within the primary healthcare setting.
Jana is a 23-year-old German Student at the Rotterdam School of Management in the Netherlands. She is currently finishing her Master’s degree in Marketing Management. The topic of her Master Thesis is the influence of emotions on the willingness-to-pay for organic meat.
Peter Cooper is a 25 year old Canadian student studying his master's thesis in environmental science at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. His research focuses on aspects of ethical consumption, through socio-economic and environmental means, in high-grade "specialty coffee." Specifically, he is conducting a choice experiment to elicit preferences and WTP for different modes of ethical consumerism which are emerging in the specialty coffee industry.
Anna is a PhD candidate at the University of Augsburg, Germany, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Daniel Veit. She has worked almost 3 years as IT consultant, and has prior graduate school training in Business Administration with majors in Strategic Management, Entrepreneurship and E-Business. She is interested in examining how venture capitalists’ reactions vary with regard to different levels of competence of technology specialists’ in a founding team.
Mark Fiala is a MSW candidate at the George Warren Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis. He also holds the position of Clinical Research Specialist at Washington University School of Medicine within the Division of Oncology.
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