Christopher Lisson

Dr. Christopher Lisson

  • Group: Participation and Collaboration Services
  • Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
    Fakultät für Wirtschaftswissenschaften
    Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatik und Marketing
    Kaiserstraße 89, 76133 Karlsruhe


Book Chapters
  1. What drives the usage of multimodal mobility services? - A unifying approach
    Lisson, C.; Hall, M.; Michalk, W.; Weinhardt, C.
    2017. Disrupting mobility : impacts of sharing economy and innovative transportation on cities. ed.: G. Meyer, 89–104, Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-51602-8_6
PhD Theses
  1. Acceptance of mobility information systems and mode choice decisions. PhD dissertation
    Lisson, C.
    2018. Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)
Journal Articles
  1. The role of coordination costs in mode choice decisions: A case study of German cities
    Jochem, P.; Lisson, C.; Khanna, A. A.
    2021. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 149, 31–44. doi:10.1016/j.tra.2021.04.001
Conference Papers
  1. Assistive Spatial Civic Participation – “Take Part”
    Hoffmann, G.; Straub, T.; Wagenknecht, T.; Niemeyer, C.; Lisson, C.; Kloker, S.; Zentek, T.; Pfeiffer, J.; Weinhardt, C.
    2017. 13. Internationale Tagung Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI 2017), 12.-15. Februar 2017, St. Gallen, Schweiz
  2. Evaluating services in mobility markets: A business model approach
    Lisson, C.; Michalk, W.; Görlitz, R.
    2015. Proceedings of the First Karlsruhe Service Summit Workshop - Advances in Service Research, Karlsruhe, Germany, February 2015. Ed.: R. Görlitz, 43–49, KIT Scientific Publishing

Betreute Abschlussarbeiten

Multimodal Mobility Services and related Business Models
[Bachelor thesis, Diploma thesis, Master thesis]
Status: available
Preferences influencing perceived quality and decision process in Mobility Services
[Bachelor thesis, Diploma thesis, Master thesis]
Status: assigned
Identification of user groups using social media
[Bachelor thesis, Diploma thesis, Master thesis]
Status: assigned
Value Chains of Future Mobility Services
- Potentials and Obstacles of an Individual Travel Assistant
[Diploma thesis, Master thesis]
Status: available