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AIS Impact Award on Blockchain Governance

Roman Beck, Christoph Mueller-Bloch, and John Leslie King have been awarded the AIS Impact Award 2022 for their work ‘Governance in the blockchain economy: A framework and research agenda’. The paper has been influential in the new ISO/TS 23635:2022 Blockchain and distributed ledger technologies – Guidelines for governance.

“It is an honour to have my work recognised for its impact outside of academia. Blockchain technology will transform networks and transactions across industries, and it is my hope that my research may be an eyeopener to more Danish businesses about the potential in incorporating blockchain in business practices.”

Roman Beck

Roman Beck is a Full Professor within the BusinessIT department at IT University of Copenhagen. He is the Lead Researcher and Head of the European Blockchain Center and teaches on the Master in IT Management program. 

Roman Beck is among the top 5% of all German professors in business administration. As Blockchain economist, his research focuses on the role of changing nature of work due to Blockchain with a focus on governance and value creation in decentralised systems. He is interested in institutional logics of organisations, organisational mindfulness, and awareness.

You can read the paper here.

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