Sarah chairs the Institute for Management Information Systems at Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU Vienna). She has published over 70 articles in the area of social acceptance of computer systems. Her main expertise is electronic privacy, disclosure behavior and ethical computing.
Sarah has co-authored US/EU privacy regulation for RFID technology and regularly works as an advisor to companies and governmental institutions, such as the EU Commission and the OECD.
Besides this professional engagement she maintains a blog on “The Ethical Machine”, is on the board of the Austrian art & science think-tank GlobArt and supports WU‘s student consultancy company uniforce on the advisory board.
Before being tenured in Vienna, Sarah was Assistant Professor at the Institute of Information Systems at Humboldt University Berlin (Germany), Adjunct Research Professor with the Heinz College of Public Policy and Management, Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh, USA) and head of the Berlin Research Centre on Internet Economics.
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