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Prof. Dr. Christian Matt

Former Research Fellow

Christian Matt is Assistant Professor at the University of Bern, Switzerland. He holds a Ph.D. in Management from LMU Munich, Germany. His current research focuses on digital transformation strategies and digital value creation structures, as well as on personal information systems. His work has appeared in various journals, such as Journal of Management Information Systems, Electronic Markets, MIS Quarterly Executive, Business and Information Systems Engineering. During his fellowship at the Weizenbaum Institute, he will continue his research on the digitization of individuals.


Positions at Weizenbaum Institut

Research Fellow:

Research Group "Digital Integration"

21 January - 31 January 2019

Fields of research

Digital Transformation and Digital Value / Creation Design and Use of Personal Information Systems / Informational Privacy / E-Commerce and Recommender Systems


Matt, C. (2018): Fog Computing – Complementing Cloud Computing to Facilitate Industry 4.0, Business & Information Systems Engineering (60:4), pp. 351-355.

Heinze, J.; Matt, C. (2018): Reducing the Service Deficit in M-Commerce: How Service-Technology Fit Can Support Digital Sales of Complex Products, International Journal of Electronic Commerce (22:3), pp. 386-418.

Legner, C.; Eymann, T.; Hess, T.; Matt, C.; Böhmann, T.; Drews, P.; Mädche, A.; Urbach, N.; Ahlemann, F. (2017): Digitalization: Opportunity and Challenge for the Business and Information Systems Engineering Community, Business & Information Systems Engineering (59:4), pp. 301-308.

Matt, C.; Hörndlein, C.; Hess, T. (2017): Let the Crowd Be My Peers? How Researchers Assess the Prospects of Social Peer Review, Electronic Markets (27:2), pp. 111–124.

University of Bern