Research Projects on the HALL

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CONTriVE 

The £1.2m EPSRC-funded CONTriVE (Control and Trust as Moderating Mechanisms in addressing Vulnerability for the Design of Business and Economic Models) is the anchor project of the HAT Living Labs (HALL). CONTriVE’s main purpose is to investigate whether and how increasing institutional concerns over the risks associated with data access, ownership, privacy and confidentiality are reflected in the perceptions of individual users. Find out more…

 

Innovation in a Service Ecosystem

This project aims to collect further data around the HAT for a paper that is empirically investigating innovation in a service ecosystem. Its co-researchers will collect additional interview and focus group data to reconfirm the conceptual framework that emerged through their original analysis, conducted using an abductive research approach anchored in over three years of exploratory, longitudinal case study data regarding a high-technology innovation (the HAT) in an Internet-of-Things setting. Find out more…

 

Privacy, Vulnerability & Willingness to Share

This project aims to address the challenge of measuring the dynamics of an individual’s perceived privacy and vulnerability, and the effectiveness of intervention methods for empowering privacy and reducing vulnerability to enhance consumers’ willingness to share information. The modelling approach to be used is the Latent Growth Curve model, which would allow us to investigate the latent aspects of privacy, vulnerability and information-sharing behaviour over time as manifested by their respective observed indicators. Find out more…