Elmira van den Broek, MSc


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Elmira van den Broek is a PhD candidate at KIN Center for Digital Innovation at the VU University Amsterdam. She holds a 2-year Research Master degree in Business in Society (cum laude) at the University of Amsterdam and the VU University Amsterdam, and a BSc degree in Economics and Business Economics (cum laude) and Sociology (cum laude) at Utrecht University. Elmira is interested in how digital and algorithmic technologies change work and organizational outcomes. For her PhD research, she explores the influence of Artificial Intelligence (AI) on work and expert decision-making in recruitment at a large multinational company. 


  • Artificial intelligence
  • Technology and work 
  • People analytics 
  • Data transparency


  • Qualitative Research Methods
  • Thesis Supervision (BSc)

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Research Output 2017 2019

Artificial intelligence at work: Expert decision-making in the age of datafication

van den Broek, E. P. H., 10 May 2019.

Research output: Contribution to ConferenceAbstractProfessional

artificial intelligence
decision making
research project

People Analytics: Promise versus Practice

van den Broek, E. P. H., Sergeeva, A. & Huysman, M., 5 Feb 2019.

Research output: Contribution to ConferencePosterProfessional

Open Access

Empowering Patients Through Data: Promise versus Practice.

van den Broek, E. & Sergeeva, A., 19 Apr 2018.

Research output: Contribution to ConferencePaperAcademic

Patient Participation
Physician-Patient Relations
Referral and Consultation
access to records
physician-patient relationship
field of study