Blockchain, distributed ledger technology (DLT), cryptocurrencies, and Fintech are disruptive technologies that increasingly shape digital innovation, transformation, and entrepreneurship initiatives within and outside the financial industry. Initially applied in the Bitcoin cryptocurrency, blockchain provides a technology solution for building trustless systems in a secure, transparent, and decentralized manner. In recent years, blockchain has become increasingly adopted in various industry sectors such as supply chain and logistics, global trade, internet of things, healthcare, energy and so on.

This track calls for innovative research on topics related to blockchain, DLT, cryptocurrencies, and Fintech. We invite both theoretical and empirical studies that apply any perspective (behavioral, computational, design science, economics, organizational).

Track Co-Chairs:
Robert Wayne Gregory, Ph.D., University of Miami
Hong Xu, Ph.D., Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Matti Rossi, Ph.D., Aalto University School of Business

Schedule

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2022
Monday, December 12th
12:00 AM

A Taxonomy of Decentralized Autonomous Organizations

Christian Ziegler, Technical University of Munich
Isabell M. Welpe, Technical University of Munich

12:00 AM

Are we contributing? The who, when, where, & what of the Blockchain research landscape

Karina Honey, The University of Queensland
Alastair Robb, University of Queensland
Fiona Rohde, university of queensland

12:00 AM

Bank Error in Whose Favor? A Case Study of Decentralized Finance Misgovernance

Ping Fan Ke, Singapore Management University
Ka Chung Boris Ng, Hong Kong Polytechnic University

12:00 AM

Blessing or Curse: Impact of Algorithmic Trading Bots Invasion of the Cryptocurrency Market

Kanghyun cho, Temple University
Kihwan Nam, Dongguk University
JaeHwuen Jung, Temple University

12:00 AM

Digging for Quality Management in Production Systems: A Solution Space for Blockchain Collaborations

Norman Pytel, University of Würzburg
Benedikt Putz, University of Regensburg
Fabian Böhm, University of Regensburg
Axel Winkelmann, University of Würzburg

12:00 AM

Does Social Media Sentiment Predict Bitcoin Trading Volume?

Jayit Saha, Vellore Institute of Technology
Smit Patel, Indian Institute of Technology Indore
Frank Xing, National University of Singapore
Erik Cambria, NTUsg

12:00 AM

Four Shades of Customer: How Value Flows in Fintech Ecosystems

Robert Woroch, Faculty of Business Administration and Economics
Gero Strobel, Faculty of Business Administration and Economics
Tobias Wulfert, Faculty of Business Administration and Economics

12:00 AM

From Block to TOE: Analyzing Opportunities of Blockchain Technologies in the Automotive Industry

Julia Theresia Zielonka, Johannes Gutenberg-University
Rebecca Maria Heigl, Johannes Gutenberg-University
Franz Rothlauf, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz

12:00 AM

Goal Size Signaling in Entrepreneurial Finance: Evidence for Costless and Simultaneous Signaling in Initial Coin Offerings

Nik Tavakoli Darestani, RWTH Aachen University
Sebastian Kruse, RWTH Aachen University
Christoph Maus, RWTH Aachen University
Malte Brettel, RWTH Aachen University

12:00 AM

Governance Challenges of AI-enabled Decentralized Autonomous Organizations: Toward a Research Agenda

Gayan Benedict, University of Technology Sydney
Clare Sullivan, Georgetown University
Asif Gill, UTS

12:00 AM

Non-fungible Tokens - Exploring Suspicious Washtrader Communities in NFT Networks

Nargess Tahmasbi, Penn State University
Alexander Fuchsberger, Bucknell University

12:00 AM

On the Economics of Bitcoin Mining: A Theoretical Framework and Simulation Evidence

Jona Stinner, Witten/Herdecke University

12:00 AM

Risk and Return of Blockchain Announcements in Chinese Stock Market – An Event Study

Yanlin Zhang, Guangdong University of Technology
Jiawei Chen, Guangdong University of Technology

12:00 AM

The Impact of Layer 2 Technologies on the Adoption and Security of Blockchain

Leonardo Maria De Rossi, Sda Bocconi School of Management
Michel Avital, Copenhagen Business School
Rob Gleasure, Copenhagen Business School
Rebecca Solcia, Università Bocconi

12:00 AM

The Role of Cultural Fit in the Adoption of Fashionable IT: A Blockchain Case Study

Tamara Roth, University of Luxembourg
Alexander Rieger, University of Luxembourg
Manuel Utz, Faculty, of Law, Business, and Economics, University of Bayreuth, Germany
Amber Grace Young, University of Arkansas

12:00 AM

True or False Prosperity? The Effect of Token Incentives in Decentralized Autonomous Organizations

Chaoyue Gao, Harbin Institute of Technology
Alvin Leung, City University of Hong Kong

12:00 AM

When Trading Becomes Social: How Social Trading Platforms Affect the Disposition Effect

Wael Jabr, Pennsylvania State University
Arun Rai, Georgia State University

12:00 AM