More publications of this project

Ruben L. Bach, Henning Silber, Matthias Schonlau, Jette Schröder, Frederic Gerdon, Florian Keusch
2023
To share or not to share – Using open-ended survey questions to understand data sharing decisions
Milan
Frederic Gerdon, Daria Szafran, Jakob Kappenberger, Ruben L. Bach, Christoph Kern
2023
Using survey experiments and agent-based modeling to simulate mobility behavior in smart cities
Milan
Frederic Gerdon, Leah von der Heyde, Frauke Kreuter
2023
Using survey experiments to longitudinally study privacy as contextual integrity
Milan
Christoph Kern, Frederic Gerdon, Ruben L. Bach, Florian Keusch, Frauke Kreuter
2023
Humans vs. Machines: Who is Perceived to Decide Fairer? An Experiment about Citizens’ Attitudes
Munich
Frederic Gerdon, Ruben L. Bach, Christoph Kern, Frauke Kreuter
2022
Social impacts of algorithmic decision-making: A research agenda for the social sciences
S. 1-13 (e-only)
Matthias Kuppler, Christoph Kern, Ruben L. Bach, Frauke Kreuter
2022
From fair predictions to just decisions? Conceptualizing algorithmic fairness and distributive justice in the context of data-driven decision-making
S. (article no. 883999), pp. 1-18
Florian Keusch, Frauke Kreuter
2022
Digital trace data. Modes of data collection, applications, and errors at a glance
S. 100-118
London
Routledge
Christoph Kern, Frederic Gerdon, Ruben L. Bach, Florian Keusch, Frauke Kreuter
2022
Humans versus machines: Who is perceived to decide fairer? Experimental evidence on attitudes toward automated decision-making
S. (article no. 100591) e-only
Jakob Kappenberger, Kilian Theil, Heiner Stuckenschmidt
2022
Evaluating the Impact of AI-Based Priced Parking with Social Simulation
S. 54-75
Cham
Springer
Frauke Kreuter
2019
The Social Survey Statistician's Perspective on (Differential)
Berkeley
Frauke Kreuter
2019
Analyzing Administrative Data with Privacy Protection in Place
Berkeley
Frauke Kreuter
2019
Will Differential Privacy Transform Social Science
Frankfurt