Dr. B. (Ben) Wagner


Dr. Ben Wagner is an Assistant Professor at TU-Delft, where his research focuses on technology policy, human rights and accountable systems. He is Associate Faculty at the Complexity Science Hub Vienna and a visiting researcher at the Human Centred Computing Group, University of Oxford. He previously worked at WU Vienna, TU-Berlin, the University of Pennsylvania and European University Viadrina.”

  • SEN1141 Managing Multi-actor Decision Making
  • EPA2934 Preparation Master Thesis
  • TBM020B Managing Start-ups
  • Minor International Entrepreneurship & Development
  • Delacroix, Sylvie, and Ben Wagner. 2021. “Constructing a Mutually Supportive Interface between Ethics and Regulation.” Computer Law & Security Review 40:105520. 
  • Wagner, Ben. 2020. “Digital Election Observation: Regulatory Challenges around Legal Online Content.” The Political Quarterly.
  • Wagner, Ben, Krisztina Rozgonyi, Marie-Therese Sekwenz, Jatinder Singh, and Jennifer Cobbe. 2020. ‘Regulating Transparency? Facebook, Twitter and the German Network Enforcement Act’. Barcelona, Spain: ACM Conference on Fairness Accountability and Transparency (FAT* 2020).
  • Wagner, Ben. 2019. “Liable, but Not in Control? Ensuring Meaningful Human Agency in Automated Decision-Making Systems.” Policy & Internet 11(1).
  • Wagner, Ben. 2018. “Understanding Internet Shutdowns: A Case Study from Pakistan.” International Journal of Communication 12(1):22.
  • Wagner, Ben. 2016. “Efficiency versus recht?” Helling 2016(4).
  • Wagner, Ben. 2014. “The Politics of Internet Filtering: The United Kingdom and Germany in a Comparative Perspective.” Politics 34(1):58–71.
  • Wagner, Ben. 2013. “Governing Internet Expression: How Public and Private Regulation Shape Expression Governance.” Journal of Information Technology & Politics 10(3).
  • Wagner, Ben et al. (ed.) 2019. Research Handbook on Human Rights & Digital Technology: Global Politics, Law & International Relations, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Wagner, Ben. 2016. Global Free Expression? Governing the Boundaries of Internet Content Heidelberg: Springer International Publishing.

Ben Wagner

Assistant Professor

Multi-Actor Systems

Organisation & Governance