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Joschka Hüllmann

University of Twente


Joschkas research spans three areas. First, he contributes to the discourse on the changing nature of work and organizing, theorizing how technology facilitates and mediates novel work practices. Second, he works on bridging the gap between computational methods and process theorizing, especially advancing the theory-driven analysis of digital traces data. Third, he uses econometric methods to assess the broader impact of society’s algorithmification—for example, the dialectics between data-driven business innovation and employee or consumer rights.

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