Ph.D. in Communication Science
Since mid September 2019, I am a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Research Fellow at the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, University of Oxford. During the upcoming two years, I will research the role of communication and media for sustainable finance.
Previously, I have worked as a postdoc at the Media Innovation Lab of the Department of Communication at the University of Vienna.
In January 2018, I obtained my Ph.D., with the thesis "News media & the stock market: Assessing mutual relationships", from the Amsterdam School of Communication Research (ASCoR), University of Amsterdam.
My research interests include: sustainable communication, financial communication, political communication, journalism studies, and news use in the digital environment.
Strauß, N. Huber, B., & Gil de Zúñiga, H (2020, in press). “Yes, I Saw It – But Didn’t Read It…” A Cross-Country Study,
Exploring Relationships between Incidental News Exposure and News Use across Platforms. Digital Journalism.
Strauß, N., Alonso-Muñoz, L., & Gil de Zúñiga, H. (2020, in press). Bursting the filter bubble: The mediating effect of discussion frequency on network heterogeneity. Online Information Review.
Gil de Zúñiga, H., Strauß, N., & Huber, B. (2020). The proliferation of the "news finds me" perception across societies. International Journal of Communication, 14, 1605–1633.
Strauß, N., & Holmes Smith, C. (2019). Buying on rumors: How financial news flows affect the share price of Tesla. Corporate Communication: An International Journal, 24(4), 593–607.
Strauß, N. (2019). Using an Interdisciplinary Multi-Method Approach to Explain the Relationships between News Media and the Stock Market. SAGE Research Method Cases.
Strauß, N. (2019). Financial journalism in the post-crisis era: a recent assessment of the role of financial journalist for financial markets. Journalism, 20(2), 274–291.
Strauß, N. (2018). The role of trust in investor relations: Guiding strategic financial communication. Corporate Communication: An International Journal, 23(1), 2–16.
Strycharz, J., Strauß, N., & Trilling, D. (2018). The role of media coverage in explaining stock market fluctuations: Insights for strategic financial communication. International Journal of Strategic Communication, 21(1), 67–85.
Strauß, N., Vliegenthart, R. & Verhoeven, P. (2018). Intraday news trading: The reciprocal relationships between the stock market and economic news. Communication Research, 45(7), 1054–1077.
Strauß, N. & van der Meer, T. G. L. A. (2017). News media coverage and initial public offerings in Germany: Explaining flotation performance.Corporate Communication: An International Journal, 22(4), 523–541.
Strauß, N. & R. Vliegenthart, R. (2017). Reciprocal influence? Investigating implicit frames in press releases and financial newspaper coverage during the German banking crisis. Public Relations Review, 43(2), 392–405.
Strauß, N. & Jonkman, J. (2017). The benefit of issue management: anticipating crises in the digital age. Journal of Communication Management, 21(1), 34-50.
Strauß, N., Vliegenthart, R. & Verhoeven, P. (2016). Lagging behind? Emotions in newspaper articles and stock market prices in the Netherlands. Public Relations Review, 42(4), 548–555.
Strauß, N. (2015). German financial media’s responsiveness to Deutsche Bank’s cultural change. Public Relations Review, 41(5). 435-437.
Strauß, N., Kruikemeier, S., van der Meulen, H. & van Noort, G. (2015). Digital diplomacy in GCC countries: Strategic communication of Western embassies on Twitter. Governmental Information Quarterly, 32(4), 369–379.
CHAPTERS & MONOGRAPH
Gauly, T., & Strauß, N. (2018). Über das Ethos der Medien und die Ökonomisierung der Information. Eine medienethische Betrachtung aus praktischer Sicht. Materialien zur Ethik in den Wissenschaften.
Strauß, N. (2017). News media and the stock market: Assessing mutual relationships. An interdisciplinary multi-method study of financial journalism, news media, emotions, market events and the stock market. Amsterdam, NL: Amsterdam School of Communication Research. ISBN: 978-94-6332-288-1.