The CoRisk-Index extends the spectre of existing, but less frequently updated economic indicators by tapping into an unexploited and highly abundant data source. The new indicator can be considered business-internally since corporations provide information themselves and data fidelity is self-incentivized due to law enforcement.
Fabian Stephany 5Niklas Stoehr 9Philipp Darius 10Leonie Neuhäuser 10Ole Teutloff 10Fabian Braesemann 5
work in progress
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The proximity between newspapers and political parties is strongly subjective and difficult to measure. Yet, political tendencies of newspapers can have a significant impact on voters’ opinion‐forming and ought to be known by the public in a transparent and timely manner. This article introduces the Sentiment Political Compass (SPC), a data‐driven framework for analyzing political bias of newspapers toward political parties.
Fabian Falck 4Julian Marstaller 7Niklas Stoehr 5Sören Maucher 7Jeana Ren 7Andreas Thalhammer 7Achim Rettinger 7Rudi Studer 7
Policy & Internet, Wiley Online Library, 2019
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The digital transformation is driving revolutionary innovations and new market entrants threaten established sectors of the economy such as the automotive industry. Following the need for monitoring shifting industries, we present a network-centered analysis of car manufacturer web pages. Solely exploiting publicly-available information, we construct large networks from web pages and hyperlinks. We tag web pages concerned with topics like e-mobility and environment or autonomous driving, and investigate their relevance in the network.
Niklas Stoehr 9Fabian Braesemann 5Michael Frommelt 9Shi Zhou 3
CompleNet 2020, published in Springer Nature
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To understand the dynamics of the digital knowledge economy, it is crucial to reveal the geography of global flows of knowledge on digital platforms. This article visualizes a key form of knowledge production in the digital economy: mapping the joint collaborations of users from different cities on Stack Overflow, the world’s most popular question-and-answer website for programming questions.
Fabian Braesemann 5Niklas Stoehr 3Marc Graham 5
Regional Studies, Regional Science, Volume 6, 2019
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1 TU Berlin 2 University of California, Irvine 3 University College London 4 Imperial College London 5 University of Oxford 6 Microsoft Research 7 KIT 8 Carnegie Mellon University 9 IBM 10 Hertie School of Governance