Florian Pethig

Assistant Professor
Department of Information Systems
and Operations Managmement
Tilburg University
f.pethig@tilburguniversity.edu

I am an Assistant Professor of Information Systems at Tilburg University. I received my M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Information Systems from the University of Mannheim. I previously worked as a business data analyst at zeroG (Lufthansa Group), specializing in data science and the digital transformation. My research into digital platforms and the digitization of organizations is geared toward understanding how technology impacts the behavior and welfare of people. My work has appeared or is forthcoming in leading journals, such as MIS Quarterly, Journal of the Association for Information Systems, and Journal of Business Ethics.

My work has been presented at conferences in information systems and marketing, including the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), the Symposium on Statistical Challenges in Electronic Commerce Research (SCECR), the Workshop on Information Technologies and Systems (WITS), and the ISMS Marketing Science Conference. I have received funding from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), the Joachim Herz Foundation, and Wikimedia Deutschland. I have received the Best Associate Editor Award from the European Conference on Information Systems in 2023.

Work in Progress

Pethig F, Hoehle H, Hui KL, Lanz A (2023). “Unexpected monetary incentives and user-generated content on digital platforms.”

Publications

Pethig F, Hoehle H, Hui KL, Lanz A (2024). “Behavior toward newcomers and contributions to online communities.” MIS Quarterly, forthcoming.

Pethig F, Kroenung J (2023). “Biased humans, (un) biased algorithms?.” Journal of Business Ethics, 183, 637-652. [Preprint][Replication] – Media: [Psychology Today] [Forbes France]

Pethig F, Kroenung J, Noeltner M (2021). “A stigma power perspective on digital government service avoidance.” Government Information Quarterly, 38(2), 101545.

Pethig F, Kroenung J (2019). “Specialized information systems for the digitally disadvantaged.” Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 20(10), 247-265.