Complicated cryptocurrency? Find an expert in bitcoins and blockchain
Bitcoins has become a phenomenon which has changed the way we perceive banks and economical transactions completely.
But how does the technology behind blockchain and bitcoins really work?
And what ethical considerations must be taken into account when you are transferring money without being able to track the sender?
These are some of the aspects that you can learn more about by contacting our researchers in the list below.
The list is intended for journalists with an interest in cryptocurrency and blockchain technology.
Professor Michel Avital – Department of Digitalization
• Blockchain Technology
• Blockchain business development
• Digital cash and cryptocurrencies
Contact: +45 4185 2037 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor Mogens Kühn Pedersen – Department of Operations Management
• Economic and business impact of digitalization
Contact: +4538152254 - email@example.com
Ph.d. Louise Fjord Kjærsgaard - CBS Law
• Tax law
Contact: 51210520- firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor Ken L. Bechmann – Department of Finance
Contact: +4538152953 - email@example.com
Centerleder Lars Christian Ohnemus – Center for Corporate Governance
Contact: +4538152650 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Postdoc Søren Ulrik Plesner – Department of Finance
• Cryptocurrency and ethics
Contact: +45 4072 1994 - email@example.com
Lektor Ole Bjerg – Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy
Contact: +4538152813 or +45 30281911 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate professor Raghave Rao Mukkamala - Department of Digitalization
• Blockchain and Smart Contracts
• Distributed Ledger Technology
• Blockchain and DLT Applications
For more information, please contact CBS Communications