Dr Florian Bersier

 Dr Florian Bersier

Florian Bersier was a DPhil candidate at the OII, working in the interplay between economics and complex systems. His thesis focused on the design of online reputation systems.

Profile

Florian's research at the OII lay in the interplay between economics and complex systems and was made possible thanks to the support of a Scatcherd European scholarship and an Economic and Social Research Council studentship. His DPhil thesis is entitled "Design of Online Reputation Systems: An Economic Perspective". Prior to joining the OII, Florian was a student at the École Polytechnique, France.

Beside his academic life, Florian has worked for a number of years as a consultant, a hacker or a researcher for a diverse set of public and private institutions, such as the World Bank, the Swiss Confederation, the London School of Economics, and the Paris School of Economics.

Research interests

Online reputation, behavioural economics, complex systems, big data

Positions held at the OII

  • DPhil Alumnus, November 2014 -
  • DPhil Student, October 2009 - October 2014

Publications

Presentations

  • Bersier, F. (2009) e-Trust Determinants and Mechanisms [presentation]. Master's Thesis. Paris School of Economics and Ecole Polytechnique.

Theses

  • Bersier, F. (2009) e-Trust Determinants and Mechanisms. Master's Thesis. Paris School of Economics and Ecole Polytechnique.

Working papers

  • Bersier, F. (2008) The Impacts of the Internet on the Financial Markets. Ecole Polytechnique.
  • Bersier, F., Deleval M. and Moineville, G. (2008) The Economics of Online Advertising: An Overview. Ecole Polytechnique and HEC Paris.
  • Bersier, F. (2008) Education in Rural India: Perspective from a North Indian Village. London School of Economics, CSH New Delhi and Ecole Polytechnique.

Thesis

Bersier, F. (forthcoming) Design of Online Reputation Systems: An Economic Perspective. DPhil Thesis, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford.

Supervisors