Andreas Ihl


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Andreas Ihl is postdoctoral Researcher & Lecturer at the Department of Management and Economics at the Danube-University Krems, Austria. Before joining the Danube-University in June 2021, he completed his PhD (Dr. rer. Pol.) at the University of Passau, Germany, at the Chair of Management, People, and Information. He worked as a UX and Digital Product Manager and was responsible for the UX department at a Tech-Start Up in Munich. During his academic education he studied in Germany and the Netherlands.

Andreas’s research interest lies at the intersection between the application of information and digital technologies and human behaviors. Currently, he concentrates on user behavior and experience on digital platforms as well as employees’ and consumers’ perceptional and behavioral responses to the use of information systems.

He presented his research at leading international conferences such as the International Conference on Information Systems and the Academy of Management Conference. His work has been published in leading international journals e.g., Computers in Human Behavior and Organization.

Andreas’s teaching areas include topics on User Experience, Organizational Behavior, and advanced applications of empirical methods in social sciences.



Publikationen (Auszug Forschungs­datenbank)

Ihl, A. (2022). Supportive Relationships, Commitment, and Turnover in Platform Work: A Platform Ecosystem Perspective. Proceedings of the 28th Americas Conference on Information Systems (Top 25% Paper), Minneapolis:

Ihl, A.; Mayer, A.S.; Strunk, K. (2022). The role of online platforms in facilitating freelancers’ self-leadership in the platform economy. Proceedings of the 82th Academy of Management Annual Meeting (Designated as a Best Paper), Seattle:

Strunk, K.; Ihl, A.; Hasenauer L.; Fiedler, M. (2022). Organizational sustainability transformation through KPIs: A model for sustainability change. Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings, Seattle:

Ihl, A. (2022). Designing for thriving: The contribution of platforms' usefulness, enjoyment and social components for workers' thriving in the platform economy. Reshaping Work 2022 Conference, Amsterdam

Strunk, K. ; Faltermaier, S. ; Ihl, A. ; Fiedler, M. (2021). Antecedents of frustration in crowd work and the moderating role of autonomy. Computers in Human Behavior, forthcoming: 107094

Ihl, A. (2021). Four investigations of arising phenomena in contemporary work settings: The cases of mindfulness practices and crowdworking online platforms. Universität Passau, Dissertation Thesis, Opus, Passau

Ihl, A. ; Strunk, K. ; Fiedler, M. (2020). Interpretations of mindfulness practices in organizations: A multi-level analysis of interpretations on an organizational, group, and individual level. Organization, Online First: 1-34

Ihl, A. ; Strunk, K. ; Fiedler, M. (2020). The mediated effects of social support in professional online communities on crowdworker engagement in micro-task crowdworking. Computers in Human Behavior, 113: 1-11

Mayer, A.S. ; Strunk, K. ; Ihl, A. ; Fiedler, M. (2020). Career Barriers in the Gig Economy. Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings, Vancouver:

Mayer, A.S. ; Strunk, K. ; Ihl, A. ; Fiedler, M. (2020). Evading Career Barriers in Traditional Work Settings through Micro-Task Crowdsourcing Arrangements. Proceedings of the 28th European Conference of Information Systems, Marrakesh (Morocco): 1-14

Strunk, S. ; Ihl, A. ; Fiedler, M. (2019). Situational Constraints and Job Frustration in Platform-Mediated Work. Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings, Boston:

Ihl, A. ; Strunk, K.; Fiedler, M. (2018). The Influence of Utilitarian and Hedonic Motivation on Success in Crowd Work. Proceedings of the 39 th International Conference on Information Systems, San Francisco: 1-17

Ihl, A. (2014). Service Recovery Paradox aus einer Customer Delight Perspektive. FGM Fördergeschaft Marketing E.V., Verlag der FGM Fördergesellschaft Marketing E.V., München

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