Fabian Stephany
Fabian Stephany
Oxford Internet Institute - University of Oxford, Universitá Bocconi, University of Cambridge
Verified email at oii.ox.ac.uk
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The CoRisk-Index: A data-mining approach to identify industry-specific risk assessments related to COVID-19 in real-time
F Stephany, N Stoehr, P Darius, L Neuhäuser, O Teutloff, F Braesemann
arXiv preprint arXiv:2003.12432, 2020
Distancing bonus or downscaling loss? The changing livelihood of US online workers in times of Covid-19
F Stephany, M Dunn, S Sawyer, V Lehdonvirta
Journal of Economic and Social Geography 111 (3), 561-573, 2020
Who are your joneses? socio-specific income inequality and trust
F Stephany
Social indicators research 134 (3), 877-898, 2017
An exploration of wikipedia data as a measure of regional knowledge distribution
F Stephany, F Braesemann
International Conference on Social Informatics, 31-40, 2017
The educational gradient of fertility intentions: a meta-analysis of European studies
MR Testa, F Stephany
Vienna yearbook of population research 15, 293-330, 2017
It deepens like a coastal shelf: Educational mobility and social capital in germany
F Stephany
Social Indicators Research 142 (2), 855-885, 2019
Coding together–coding alone: the role of trust in collaborative programming
F Stephany, F Braesemann, M Graham
Information, Communication & Society, 1-18, 2020
How Unique is “E-stonia"? A Cross-Country Comparison of E-Services Usage in Europe
F Stephany
Electronic Government 16 (3), 303-214, 2020
Between Bonds and Bridges: Evidence from a Survey on Trust in Groups
F Braesemann, F Stephany
Social Indicators Research, 1-18, 2020
Do investors disproportionately shed assets of distant countries during global financial crises?: The role of increased uncertainty
OECD Journal: Economic Studies 2012 (1), 1-20, 2013
Quantifying the evidence on environmental migration: A meta-analysis on country-level studies
R Hoffmann, A Dimitrova, R Muttarak, F Stephany, J Crespo Cuaresma, ...
Population Association of America Annual Meeting, Austin, USA, 2019
“Hashjacking” the Debate: Polarisation Strategies of Germany’s Political Far-Right on Twitter
P Darius, F Stephany
International Conference on Social Informatics, 298-308, 2019
The Future of Employment Revisited: How Model Selection Determines Automation Forecasts
F Stephany, H Lorenz
arXiv preprint arXiv:2104.13747, 2021
United in Diversity? An Empirical Investigation on Europe’s Regional Social Capital
F Braeseman, F Stephany
Agenda Austria Working Paper, 2017
The Demand for Safe Assets in Emerging Economies and Global Imbalances: New Empirical Evidence
OECD Working Paper 72 (903), 2011
When does it pay off to learn a new skill? Revealing the complementary benefit of cross-skilling
F Stephany
arXiv preprint arXiv:2010.11841, 2020
How the Far-right polarises Twitter:'highjacking'hashtags in times of COVID-19
P Darius, F Stephany
arXiv preprint arXiv:2010.05686, 2020
Wikipedia: a challenger’s best friend? Utilizing information-seeking behaviour patterns to predict US congressional elections
H Salem, F Stephany
Information, Communication & Society, 1-27, 2021
Online Labour Index 2020: New ways to measure the world's remote freelancing market
F Stephany, O Kässi, U Rani, V Lehdonvirta
arXiv preprint arXiv:2105.09148, 2021
One size does not fit all: Constructing complementary digital reskilling strategies using online labour market data
F Stephany
Big Data & Society 8 (1), 20539517211003120, 2021
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