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Research

Our goal is to conduct rigorous cryptoeconomics research that is relevant to the fields of management and organization science. We are also developing foundational educational material to train a new generation of entrepreneurs and decision-makers in the field of cryptoeconomics.

 

YY Hsieh, JP Vergne. 2018. Bitcoin and the rise of decentralized autonomous organizations, Journal of Organization Design, 7:14. Invited piece edited by P. Puranam and D. Håkonsson, with replies from Profs. Anderson (INSEAD), Lakhani (Harvard BS), and Reitzig (Universität Wien) 

Wang, S., & Vergne, J. P. (2017). Buzz factor or innovation potential: What explains cryptocurrencies’ returns?PloS one12(1), e0169556.

Hsieh Y-Y., Vergne, J.P., Wang S. (2018). The internal and external governance of blockchain-based organizations: Evidence from crypto-currencies, in Campbell-Verduyn M (ed.), Bitcoin and Beyond: Blockchains and Global Governance: 48-68. RIPE/Routledge Series in Global Political Economy.

Vergne, J.P., Swain G. (2018). Bitcoin, in Ledeneva A (ed.), The Global Encyclopaedia of Informality: Understanding Social and Cultural Complexity, pp. 148-151. London: UCL Press

Joshi M., Ahmed N., Vergne, J.P., (2018). Digital Currencies and Cryptocurrencies as Alternative Providers of Institutional Trust. Proceedings of the Association for Information Systems’ AMCIS 2018 Conference.

Arjaliès, D. L., Hsieh, Y., Vergne, J.P. (2017). A reply to Cohen’s “The Rise of Alternative Cryptocurrencies in Post-Capitalism.”  Online commentary, Journal of Management Studies, January 17, 2017.

Vergne, J.P.,(2018). Blockchain. In World Book Student. www.worldbookonline.com/student-new/#/article/home/ar757908

Vergne, J.P.,(2018). Cryptocurrency. In World Book Student. www.worldbookonline.com/student-new/#/article/ home/ar757911