Dr. B. (Ben) Wagner

Profile

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.”

Degrees

PhD in Political and Social Sciences, European University Institute, Florence.

M.Sc (with distinction) in Public Administration, Universiteit Leiden.

M.A. in Political Science, Law and Statistics, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität  Munich.

  • 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

Department:
Multi-Actor Systems

Group:
Organisation & Governance