Participation in the BMBF-funded project "Peer Innovation: Sustainable Household Innovation in Collaborative Networks"
Investigation of innovation processes in online-based user communities using netnographic research approaches
Research and development of metrics for measuring household innovation
Data collection using web scraping
Development of a software library for the empirical collection of suitable indicators
Presentation of results at national and international conferences and in scientific publications
Successfully completed university degree (Master, Diplom or equivalent) in business administration, economics, industrial engineering or comparable fields of study
Knowledge in the field of innovation economics, preferably also from the area of innovation communities
Experience in the application of relevant methods of empirical economic research
Good knowledge of common statistical software (e.g. Stata, R or Python)
Interest in applied research;Good verbal and written communication skills (German, English)
Experience in the presentation of research results at scientific conferences desirable
Experience with regard to the publication of scientific articles in international, peer-reviewed journals desirable
Ability to work in a team
How to apply:
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