Business Transformation through Blockchain, 1st ed. 2019
Volume II

Coordinators: Treiblmaier Horst, Beck Roman

Language: Anglais

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The second volume of this edited collection offers a number of contributions from leading scholars investigating Blockchain and its implications for business. Focusing on the transformation of the overall value chain, the sections cover the foundations of Blockchain and its sustainability, social and legal applications. It features a variety of use cases, from tourism to healthcare. Using a number of theoretical and methodological approaches, this innovative publication aims to further the cause of this ground-breaking technology and its use within information technology, supply chain and wider business management research. 
Part I: Selected Use Cases

1.       Blockchain and Tourism, Horst Treiblmaier

2.       Energy Sector, Jens Strüker

3.       Blockchain and Internet of Things, Chun-Feng Liao

4.       Distributed Ledger Enabled IoT Platforms, Daniel Burkhardt

5.       Blockchain and Healthcare, Sachin Shetty

Part II: Sustainability

6.       Sustainable Circular Economy, Marcus Dapp

7.       Cryptocurrencies and Sustainability, Dave Leonard

Part III: Society

8.       Societal Changes, Niels Faber

9.       E-Government, Clare Sullivan

10.   Blockchain and Unbanked, Guillermo Jesus Larios-Hernandez

Part IV: Legal Issues

11.   Smart Contracts, Bernhard Waltl

12.   Intellectual Property, Kensuke Ito

Part V: Appendix

13.   Blockchain: Basics, Aljosha Judmayer

Horst Treiblmaier is Professor at the Faculty of International Management at MODUL University Vienna, Austria. Previously, he was a Visiting Professor at Purdue University, UCLA and UBC. His work has appeared in journals such as Information Systems JournalStructural Equation ModelingJournal of Business EconomicsInformation & ManagementCommunications of the AISJournal of Electronic Commerce Research and Schmalenbach Business Review. He serves as an AE at AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction. His research interests include Blockchain, gamification, Physical Internet, e-commerce and methodological issues in social science research.

Roman Beck is Professor of IT Management and Leadership at the IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark. His research spans the area of Information Systems, focusing on Services Science, IT Leadership and e-finance, including business processes, innovative information and communication systems. He has published in international journals such as MIS QuarterlyJournal of Information Technology and Electronic Markets, and contributed to a number of international conferences in the area of Information Systems.
Marks the first definitive collection on the business implications of Blockchain
Features a selection of blockchain use cases in the tourism, energy and healthcare sectors, and the Internet of Things

Examines the potential of blockchain and cyrptocurrencies from a sustainability perspective

Discusses the societal and governmental implications of blockchain on business