Fabian Braesemann

Fabian Braesemann

Research Fellow and Data Scientist

  • fabian.braesemann@sbs.ox.ac.uk

Saïd Business School
University of Oxford
Park End Street


Fabian Braesemann is a Research Fellow and Data Scientist for the Oxford Future of Real Estate Initiative.

He joined the Future of Real Estate Initiative as a Research Fellow and Data Scientist in January 2019. Prior to joining Saïd Business School, Fabian was a Data Scientist at the Oxford Internet Institute (OII) working on the Geonet and Big Data and Human Development projects. His research interests are Internet Geography, Network Analysis and Big Social Data Mining. He has analysed the economic geography online labour markets and data from online platforms such as Twitter, Wikipedia and Stack Overflow. 

Broadly, Fabian’s research is on the statistical analysis of geo-tagged online data to understand global participation patterns in the digital knowledge economy. Moreover, he investigates online platforms on digital knowledge production to identify factors influencing the regional distribution of digital human capital.

Fabian holds a PhD in Economics from Vienna University of Economics and Business (2016). His doctoral research used statistical and data science methods to study concepts relevant to behavioural economics. He focused on a network analysis of behavioural economics articles and on social capital and trust research.

Before joining the OII, Fabian worked as a Data Scientist at a Viennese based marketing company, where he applied statistical methods on customer data to optimise marketing efficiency of Austrian retail companies.


Global networks in collaborative programming(opens in new window)

Journal article  |  Regional Studies, Regional Science  | 
  • Fabian Braesemann,
  • N Stoehr,
  • M Graham

How behavioural economics relates to psychology – some bibliographic evidence(opens in new window)

Journal article  |  Journal of Economic Methodology  | 
  • Fabian Braesemann
  • Fabian Stephany,
  • Fabian Braesemann,
  • Mark Graham
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