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Politics and Economics with New Technologies – University of Copenhagen

Politics and Economics with New Technologies

Location: Bispetorv Annekset, Bispetorvet 1-3, room 325
See map page 15, Time: Wednesday 14:00 - 15:30

Big data, surveillance of diseases globally and the internet of things are some of the practices that extend political and economic forms of organisation. The papers in this session explore how different kinds of openness come into conflict as new technological openings are created and utilised by diverse societal actors.

The session is Chaired by Susan P. Crawford* and Co-Chaired by Yulia Serdyukova.

The papers can be accessed by clicking the titles below. Please note that the papers are in progress and should only be quoted or circulated if permitted by the author.

Clare Wenham Digitalizing Disease Surveillance
Anders Blok & Morten Axel Pedersen When Size Matters. The Complementarity of Big and Small Data in Future Social Science 
Allan Grainger From Open World to Open Planet (abstract only)
Rasmus Pedersen Micro Information Systems:
New Fractals in an Evolving IS Landscape