Mareike Seifried joined ZEW’s Research Department “Digital Economy“ in July 2020. She studied business administration at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) of Munich, including a semester abroad at EMLyon Business School in Lyon, France. In March 2020, she graduated from LMU Munich with a doctoral thesis entitled „Online Labor Markets: Transitions, Transactions, and Careers“. During her studies, she was a visiting scholar at the Research Institute of the Finnish Economy (ETLA) in Helsinki, Finland.
In her research, she focuses on the benefits and challenges of online labor markets and topics related to the future of work in a digital era, applying both econometric and machine learning methods.
Discussion and Working Papers
Seifried, Mareike, Roman Jurowetzki and Tobias Kretschmer (2020), Career Paths in Online Labor Markets: Same, Same but Different?, ZEW Discussion Paper No. 20-090, Mannheim. Download
Claussen, Jörg, Pooyan Khashabi, Tobias Kretschmer and Mareike Seifried (2020), Two to Tango? Psychological Contract Breach in Online Labor Markets, ZEW Discussion Paper No. 20-078, Mannheim. Download
Bertschek, Irene, Daniel Erdsiek, Thomas Niebel, Bettina Schuck, Mareike Seifried, Johannes Ewald, Thorsten Lang, Jan Hicking, Lucas Wenger and Tim Walter (2020), Schwerpunktstudie Digitalisierung und Energieeffizienz - Erkenntnisse aus Forschung und Praxis, Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Energie (BMWi), Berlin. Download
- Project Duration 01.06.2019 - 31.12.2022Measurement of the Digitalisation of the German Economy