Thomas Frick joined Copenhagen Business School as Assistant Professor in the Department of Digitalization in August 2018. His research lies in the intersection of information systems, economics, and marketing. Generally, Thomas is interested in examining economic implications of information systems. More specifically, his research focuses on topics such as effectiveness of digital advertising, information security and privacy, and policy changes in online platforms. To identify causal effects, underlying mechanisms, and economic implications, Thomas applies experimental methods in combination with econometric models.
Thomas holds a PhD in Information Systems and a Master of Science in Business Information Management from Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from LMU Munich. Thomas has working experience within the telecommunications and consulting industry where he mostly focused on analytical topics.
Primary research areas
Personalization in Digital Environments
Social Welfare Implications of Personalization Technologies
Information Privacy Concerns
Economics of Information Systems
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Economics and Strategy in the Digital Age
Thesis projects related to my research area with a focus on quantitative studies applying experimental methodologies