Yossi Lichtenstein is a research fellow at Cass Business School, City, University of London, UK. His research area is the Economics of digital technology. Currently he is studying the Web and App economies as Open Commons, namely as infrastructure managed by communities rather than by firms or governments. He has published about the contractual aspects of software development outsourcing, focusing on risks related to software's intangible and malleable nature. Dr. Lichtenstein worked for IBM Research and HP Labs and co-authored patents and research papers in the areas of Computer Aided Design and Applied Artificial Intelligence.
Dr. Lichtenstein will be at the Institute for Information Systems on Monday, 21st of November, to give a lecture in the Information Management Research Seminar (ID 046427). On Tuesday, he will give a talk at the Lunchtime Seminar on “Contract Design Choices and the Balance of Ex Ante and Ex Post Transaction Costs in Software Development Outsourcing”. In the afternoon, he will co-teach a session in the lecture Inter-Organizational Systems (ID 046043) together with Prof. Dr. Stefan Klein.