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Markus Weinmann

  • Dr.
  • Assistant Professor
  • University of Liechtenstein
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Research interests

Digital NudgingOnline ExperimentsOnline Decision MakingBehavioral EconomicsOnline Behavior

About

Markus Weinmann is an Assistant Professor at the Institute of Information Systems. Before joining the team in Liechtenstein, Markus did his Ph.D. at the Braunschweig Institute of Technology working on the topic "Personalization of E-Commerce Websites". Further, Markus did research and has taught at several Universities, including City University of Hong Kong, Technical University of Sofia, and Braunschweig Institute of Technology. Markus conducts research from a behavioral science perspective, with a focus on website design and applied behavioral economics, in particular, on decision making, behavior change mechanisms, online choice architecture as well as emotion detection. He follows a quantitative-empirical research approach with experimental and correlational research designs. To collect data, he mainly uses laboratory and web-based experiments.

Co-authors (23)

  • Sanja Tumbas
  • Michael Timpe
  • IWI Liechtenstein

Publications (5)

  • Digital Nudging: Guiding Online User Choices through Interface Design

    • Schneider C
    • Weinmann M
    • vom Brocke J
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  • How Is Your User Feeling? Inferring Emotion Through Human-Computer interaction Devices

    • Hibbeln M
    • Jenkins J
    • Schneider C
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  • Which Reward Should I Choose? Preliminary Evidence for the Middle-Option Bias in Reward-Based Crowdfunding

    • Simons A
    • Weinmann M
    • Tietz M
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  • Investigating the effect of insurance fraud on mouse usage in human-computer interactions

    • Hibbeln M
    • Jenkins J
    • Schneider C
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  • Trust by means of communication - Strategies in the Web 2.0 contribute to successful customer relationships

    • Robra-Bissantz S
    • Berkhoff S
    • Helmholz P
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Professional experience

Assistant Professor

Universität Liechtenstein

April 2014 - Present