Program

Program

(Updated on Dec. 14th, 2019)
Latest version: Workshop Program
December 15, 2019
International Congress Center Munich (ICM), Munich, Germany
8:30am - 8:45am Workshop Registration and Breakfast
8:45am - 9:00am Welcoming Remarks
9:00am - 10:00am Session 1. Blockchain Enabled Innovations
Session Chair: Horst Treiblmaier (Modul University Vienna)
Multi-Stakeholder Consent Management in Genetic Testing: A Blockchain-Based Approach
Mikael Beyene, Scott Thiebes, and Ali Sunayev
Digital Transformation with Blockchain in the Public Sector
Horst Trieblmaier and Christian Sillaber
Yes We Can! - Blockchain-Based Crowdfunding and Crowdworking
Matthias Billert
Towards Blockchain-based Smart Contracting in IT OutSourcing
Linmei Huang and Abudllah Tansel
10:00am - 11:00am Panel-Teaching Blockchain in B-Schools
Moderator: Hemang Subramanian (Florida International University)
Panelists:
Hanna Halaburda (Associate Professor & Author of "Beyond Bitcoin: The Economics of Digital Currencies" New York University; Chief Economist, Bank of Canada)
Leon Zhao (Chair of Information Systems, City University of Hong Kong)
Henry Kim (Professor & Co-Director,Blockchain Center, Schulich College of Business, York University)
Kristi Yuthas (Chair of Accounting and Information Systems, Portland State University)
11:00am - 11:15am Coffee Break
11:15am - 12:30pm Session 2. Engagement with Users, Organizations, and Markets
Session Chair: Dan Ke (Wuhan University)
Towards an Assesment and Management of Blockchain Security Risks: An Empiracle Study
Bouchaib Bahli and Saeideh Motlagh
Transformation of the Transaction Cost and the Agency Cost in an Organization and the Applicability of Blockchain
Ruo-Ting Sun, Aravinda Garimella, Wencui Han, Hsin-Lu Chang, and Michael J. Shaw
How Blockchain Features Affect Online Self-disclosure? An Exploratory Study of User Behavior on Blockchain-based Social Networks
Dan Ke, Xue Bai, and Jennifer Xu
Blockchain Social Media-Based Evaluation Markets
Hemang Subramanian
Smart Contracts and Firm Boundaries
Hanna Halaburda and Yannis Bakos
12:30pm - 2:00pm Lunch Break
2:00pm - 3:00pm Keynote - Decentralized Insurance Applications of Blockchain and Implications For Users, Industry, and Regulators
Stephan Karpischek (Co-Founder and CEO of Etherisc)
3:00pm - 4:00pm Session 3. Cryptocurrency
Session Chair: Rong Liu (Stevens Institute of Technology)
Evaluating Novelty at Initial Coin Offerings
Yan Chen, Rong Liu, Hsuan J. Lin, Xiangxiang He, Yang Wu, and Ziyi Xiong
The Role of Cryptographic Tokens and ICOs in Fostering Platform Adoption
Yannis Bakos and Hanna Halaburda
What Drives Decentralized Cryptocurrencies Users' Continuous Intention? The Case of Bitcoin
Ahmed Fares and Khaled Hassanein
The Differential Effects of Cryptocurrency Incentives in Blockchain Social Networks
Rongen Zhang, Junyoung Park, and Raffaele Ciriello
4:00pm-4:15pm Coffee Break
4:15pm - 5:00pm Session 4. Design Science Researh for Blockchain
Session Chair: Christoph Mueller-Bloch (IT University of Copenhagen)
SmartDon: A Permissioned Blockchain System for NPO
Miao Zhang, Xi Zhao, Bin Zhang, and Gengzhong Feng
Why Blockchaing Governance can be both Centralized and Decentralized
Hanna Halaburda, Christoph Mueller-Bloch, and Natalia Levina
Designing Privacy-Preserving Blockchain Consensus through Privacy by Design
Tharuka Rupasinghe