Christina Strobel

Christina Strobel
Technische Universität Hamburg | TUHH · Institut for Digital Economics

PhD in Economics

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Introduction
I am interested in how the prevalence of computing and automation influences human behavior. I am specialized in online experiments, laboratory studies, and surveys.

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Publications (6)
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Humans make decisions jointly with others. They share responsibility for the outcome with their interaction partners. Today, more and more often the partner in a decision is not another human but, instead, a machine. Here we ask whether the type of the partner, machine or human, affects our responsibility, our perception of the choice and the choic...
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Automated processes take over more and more tasks from humans. This is also the case in Performance-related pay (PRP) systems. The objective of this paper is to examine if performance is influenced by the usage of an automated PRP system and whether it matters if an authority, i.e. the company, or the line manager decides to use the automated perfo...
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We examine whether decisions made under accountability differ for self and others using lottery choice tasks that contain only positive amounts (gaining lottery), positive and negative amounts (mixed lottery) and mainly negative amounts (losing lottery). Accountability is ensured through letting participants hold up a sign with their seat numbe...
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Humans make decisions jointly with others. They share responsibility for the outcome with their interaction partners. Today, more and more often the partner in a decision is not another human but, instead, a machine. Here we ask whether the type of the partner, machine or human, affects our responsibility, our perception of the choice and the choi...
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Self-driving-vehicle technologies take over more and more tasks from human drivers. The objective of this survey is to examine the acceptance of such systems and to find out what it is that people really seem to dislike about self-driving cars. By using an additional treatment, we also investigate if there is a difference between the level of accep...

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