Sebastian is an Assistant Professor at the Stockholm School of Economics (House of Innovation) with an educational background in economics and management. He obtained his Ph.D. at the University of Geneva (Geneva School of Economics and Management) with his dissertation entitled “Artificial Intelligence in Organizations: Strategy and Decision Making in the Digital Age.” During his doctoral studies, he spent one year as a visiting researcher at Warwick Business School (Behavioural Science Group) and he is currently a visiting scholar at Stanford University (SCANCOR).
His research interests include digital transformation, organizational behavior, and strategy. Specifically, he explores how digital technologies like artificial intelligence impact organizational theory and applied strategy. His research uses varying methods and contexts to analyze how organizations create value through the adoption and development of digital technology, with a particular focus on the interaction between human beings and algorithms. He also explores societal and ethical aspects of digitalization. His research has been published in journals such as the Academy of Management Review and Strategic Management Journal.
Krakowski, S., Luger, J., & Raisch, S. (2022). Artificial intelligence and the changing sources of competitive advantage. Strategic Management Journal. In-press. https://doi.org/10.1002/smj.3387.
Raisch, S. & Krakowski, S. (2021). Artificial intelligence and management: The automation-augmentation paradox. Academy of Management Review 46(1):192-210
Ingram Bogusz, C., Krakowski, S., & Guttmann, C. (2021) Don't panic: A human- and problem-centric approach to AI-led innovation. Sweden Through the Crisis. Stockholm: SIR.