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Linda Weigl

Doctoral researcher

Department FINATRAX
Postadresse Université du Luxembourg
29, avenue JF Kennedy
L-1855 Luxembourg
Büroadresse JFK Building, E02-222
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Linda Weigl is a doctoral researcher from Nuremberg (Germany). Her academic background is in the Political Sciences and European Public Policy and Administration. She completed her studies in Italy and the Netherlands, and then undertook a traineeship at the European Parliamentary Research Service in Brussels. Before coming to Luxembourg, she worked for a Brussels-based public affairs consultancy with clients from the financial services industry where she mainly monitored and worked on EU digital policy and EU financial regulation.

Linda is particularly interested in electronic identification, e-Government, and the digitalisation of public administration; hence she decided to pursue an academic career in these promising fields. Her research project is concerned with transformational government and the societal and managerial implications of digital identities and distributed ledger technologies.

In general, Linda focuses on the use information and technology to design and improve public services, management and policy-making (GovTech), as well to enhance regulatory and compliance processes (RegTech). More specifically, Linda’s current research is dedicated to a new type of digital identity management called “Self-Sovereign Identity” and the surrounding technical, social and institutional context. She further researches how technology-centric solutions can be reconciled with democratic criteria and public values.

Linda is advised by Professor Dr Gilbert Fridgen.

Last updated on: Freitag, den 25. Februar 2022

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2022

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See detailUser-centricity and Public Values in eGovernment: Friend or Foe?
Weigl, Linda; Amard, Alexandre; Marxen, Hanna; Roth, Tamara; Zavolokina, Liudmila

in 30th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS 2022) (2022, July)

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See detailThe Social Construction of Self-Sovereign Identity: An Extended Model of Interpretive Flexibility
Weigl, Linda; Barbereau, Tom Josua; Rieger, Alexander; Fridgen, Gilbert

in Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences 2022 (2022, January)

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2021

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See detailNot yet another digital identity
Rieger, Alexander; Roth, Tamara; Sedlmeir, Johannes; Weigl, Linda; Fridgen, Gilbert

in Nature Human Behaviour (2021)

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