Crypto and Blockchain Economics Research (CBER) Conference 2021

In collaboration with Management Science, FinTech at Cornell, an Initiative of the SC Johnson College of Business, and the Rotman School of Management’s FinHub, the conference will explore Cryptocurrency Forensics, DeFi, Central Bank Digital Currencies, Mining and Welfare…

List of papers (detailed program on the event’s webpage):

  • Crypto Wash Trading by Lin William Cong (Cornell University), Xi Li (University of Newcastle), Ke Tang (Tsinghua University) and Yang Yang (Tsinghua University)
  • Increased Transparency of the Global Financial System: Evidence from Terrorist Attacks Financing Detection in Blockchain-based Currencies by Dan Amiram (Tel Aviv University), Bjorn Jorgensen (Copenhagen Business School) and Daniel Rabetti (Tel Aviv University)
  • Keynote: Campbell Harvey (Duke University) presents “DeFi and the Future of Finance”
  • Permissioned Distributed Ledgers and the Governance of Money by Raphael Auer (Bank for International Settlements), Cyril Monnet (University of Bern) and Hyun Song Shin (Bank for International Settlements)
  • Central Bank Digital Currency: When Price and Bank Stability Collide by Linda Schilling (École Polytechnique), Jesús Fernández-Villaverde (University of Pennsylvania) and Harald Uhlig (University of Chicago)
  • To Infinity and Beyond: Financing Platforms with Uncapped Crypto Tokens by Rowena Gan (Southern Methodist University), Gerry Tsoukalas (University of Pennsylvania) and Serguei Netessine (University of Pennsylvania)
  • (R)Evolution in Entrepreneurial Finance? The Relationship between Cryptocurrency and Venture Capital Markets by Kirill Shakhnov (University of Surrey) and Luana Zaccaria (Einaudi Institute for Economics and Finance)
  • When Cryptomining Comes to Town: High Electricity-Use Spillovers to the Local Economy by Matteo Benetton (UC Berkeley), Giovanni Compiani (University of Chicago) and Adair Morse (UC Berkeley)
  • StableFees: A Predictable Fee Market for Cryptocurrencies by Soumya Basu (Cornell University), David Easley (Cornell University), Maureen O’Hara (Cornell University) and Emin Gün Sirer (Cornell University)
  • Keynote : Elaine Shi (Carnegie Mellon University and Cornell University) presents “Foundations of Distributed Consensus and Blockchains”

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