Hosea Ayaba Ofe

Hosea Ayaba Ofe
Delft University of Technology | TU · Engineering Systems and Services

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
I currently work as a postdoctoral researcher at the Engineering Systems and Services at TU Delft. I work on a project that seeks to provide insights into the design of business models that can provide a better understanding of value propositions associated with marketplaces for open data.
Additional affiliations
September 2014 - June 2020
Umeå University
Position
  • PhD Student
Education
August 2010 - June 2012
Umeå University
Field of study
  • Finance

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Publications (8)
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One of the foundations of data sharing in the European Union (EU) is trust, especially in view of the advancing digitalization and recent developments with respect to European Data Spaces. In this chapter, we argue that privacy-preserving techniques, such as multi-party computation and fully homomorphic encryption, can play a positive role in enhan...
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Digital ecosystem governance entails the management of complex, dynamic power relationships. As entrant platform providers seek to cultivate an ecosystem, they must carefully navigate these power relationships when dealing with governance tensions. Providers generally seek to leverage the ecosystem's generative potential by facilitating a variety o...
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Firms are often reluctant to share data because of mistrust, concerns over control, and other risks. Multi-party computation (MPC) is a new technique to compute meaningful insights without having to transfer data. This paper investigates if MPC affects known antecedents for data sharing decisions: control, trust, and risks. Through 23 qualitative i...
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Meta-platforms have received considerable Information Systems scholarly attention in recent years. Meta-platforms enable platform-to-platform openness and are especially beneficial to amplifying network effects in highly-specialized markets. A promising emerging context for applying meta-platforms is data marketplaces—a special type of digital plat...
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Digital platforms are affecting most contemporary organizations as they mediate an increasing range and number of interactions in their ecosystems. While the discourse on digital platform ecosystems has gained interest over the years, it often revolves around dominant global firms and how they utilize their control over governance and architecture...
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Digital Platforms impose organizing logics on ecosystems. Dependent on their configuration, they enable certain practices, relationships, and value distribution among actors while preventing alternatives. Incumbent platforms often have a strong power to implement contested configurations since they control access to attractive user groups/markets....
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Open data marketplaces have emerged as a mode of addressing open data adoption barriers. However, knowledge of how such marketplaces affect digital service innovation in open data ecosystems is limited. This paper explores their value proposition for open data users based on an exploratory case study. Five prominent perceived values are identified:...
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With the adoption of European Commission directives in 2003 related to open data, member States of EU were encouraged to provide citizens access to previously inaccessible public sector data. This published public data could be used, reused and distributed free of charge. Following these directives, many municipalities within Sweden and Europe in g...

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Project
Conduct research on designing business models and data governance for sharing company data through marketplace platforms. Funded by EU research and innovation funding programme Horizon 2020.