The Journal of the British Blockchain Association has announced the Best Research Papers of 2019. (papers published between Dec 2018 – November 2019), says an official release on Dec. 2.
This recognition by the journal’s Editorial Board acknowledges outstanding contributions made by the authors in advancing excellence in Blockchain research.
Best Research Paper is awarded in the following four categories:
Best Paper Winners are:
Computer Science, Cybersecurity or Cryptography:
Crypto-economics and Blockchain Economics:
Prateek Goorha for ‘The Contractual Cryptoeconomy: An Arrow of Time for Economics
Digital Assets/ Tokens, Banking or Finance:
Daniel Liebau and Patrick Schueffel for ‘Cryptocurrencies & Initial Coin Offerings: Are they Scams? – An Empirical Study’
Robert W. Greene and David Lee Kuo Chuen for ‘Singapore’s Open Digital Token Offering Embrace: Context & Consequences’
Blockchain for Humanities, Social Sciences or Public Good:
Sub-category: Supply Chain
Darcy W. E. Allen, Alastair Berg and Brendan Markey-Towler for ‘Blockchain and Supply Chains: V-form Organisations, Value Redistributions, De-commoditisation and Quality Proxies‘
Simon F. Dyson for ‘Blockchain Investigations – Beyond the ‘Money’
Sub-category: Public Good
Florian Knauer and Andreas Mann for ‘What is in It for Me? Identifying Drivers of Blockchain Acceptance among German Consumers’
The Journal of British Blockchain Association (JBBA) is the world’s first peer-reviewed, academic journal devoted to Blockchain technology and Cryptocurrencies, that is available both in print and online. JBBA is creating a global impact and is being read in over 100 countries, and indexed at the university repositories of some of the most prestigious academic institutions. JBBA is a fully open access journal indexed in the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ).