Working Papers 2016

Working Papers

Bolt W. and van Oordt M., On the Value of Virtual Currencies, August 5, 2016


Hans Peter Grüner and Chritoph Siemroth Crowd investing, Efficiency and inequality, September 28, 2015


Floris Kleemans, Synzeris – Synthetic zero rate instrument as new stability enhancing instruments for (digital) monetary regime changes, September, 2016


Beat Weber Competing for Legitimacy: A typology of virtual currencies, September 9, 2016


Philipp Sandner, Robert Hundeshagen, Sven Hoffmann and Igor Bartolec Evaluating Bitcoin’s Disruptive Potential in Remittance Services: An Empirical Investigation, September 6, 2016


John Barrdear and Michael Kumhof The macroeconomics of central bank issued digital currencies, July, 2016


Tomaso Aste, The Fair Cost of Bitcoin proof of work, September, 2016


Adalbert Winkler and Ulf Moslener, Will crowdfunding contribute to financial development in developing countries?, September 2016


Anton Golub, Richard B. Olsen, Stefano Battiston, Guido Caldarelli and Sergey Ivliev Case study of Lykke Exchange: First Experiences and outlook, June 30, 2016


Dario Estrada and Paula Zamora, P2P Lending and Screening Incentives, September 2016


Giuseppe pappalardo, Guido Cardarelli and Tomaso Aste, The Bitcoin Peers Network, June 30, 2016


Christophe Bertsch, Isaiah Hull and Xin Zhang Evidence from the Peer-to-Peer Lending Market , June 13 2016


Ferdinando Maria Ametrano Hayek Money: The Cryptocurrency Price Stability Solution, August 13th, 2016


Tall Rahim, Contract Pricing and Market Efficiency: Can peer-to-peer Internet Credit Markets improve allocative, June 28, 2016


Angela Walch, The Fiduciaries of Public Blockchains, August 17, 2016


Katya Malinova and Andreas Park Market Design for Trading with Blockchain Technology, July 7, 2016


Petros Kavassalis, Harald Stieber, Wolfgang Breymann, Keith Saxton, Francis Gross, Willi Brammertz, Stefano Bertolt and Antonio Dragiotis DTD powered by Actus – an innovative RegTech-automated legal text approach to financial reporting, September, 2016


Tania Lorena Lopez Unrest and Adalbert Winkler More Inclusive, more stable? The financial inclusion – stability nexus in the global financial crisis, September 26, 2016