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AOM 2022 | Panel Symposium "The Implications of Blockchain Technology for Business"

  • 1.  AOM 2022 | Panel Symposium "The Implications of Blockchain Technology for Business"

    Posted 06-17-2022 19:01
    Dear colleagues,

    We cordially invite you to our AOM 2022 Panel Symposium on blockchains (details are below). Please feel free to reach out to the organizers if you have any questions.

    AI and Emerging Technologies Track: The Implications of Blockchain Technology for Business
    Date & time: August  8, 2022 - 5:15-6:45PM (Seattle time)

    Format: In person symposium

    Location: Sheraton Grand Seattle, Willow A - 2nd Floor

    Panelists: Hanna Halaburda (New York University), Ying-Ying Hsieh (Imperial College London), Fabrice Lumineau (University of Hong Kong), Alex Murray (University of Oregon), Gerry Tsoukalas, (University of Pennsylvania)

    Organizers: Marvin Hanisch (University of Groningen), Hans Rawhouser (University of Nevada, Las Vegas), Wenqian Wang (Purdue University)

    Topic and objectives: While a large part of academic research on blockchain technologies has been in the computer science field, management scholars have also started to embark on understanding how blockchain technologies may bring about implications for business strategies and organizational theories. This panel symposium seeks to assemble a group of management scholars that have research related to blockchain technologies. Our intent is to highlight some of the first research on blockchain technologies and have these researchers explain the possibilities that exist for high-quality research on blockchain technologies. Panelists can provide insights related to theory, data, as well as measurement.

    Marvin Hanisch
    University of Groningen