Blockchain and the multinational enterprise

23 Jun 2020
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JOURNAL ARTICLE  |  Researchers Rui Torres de Oliverira, Queensland University of Technology, Marta Indulska, The University of Queensland, and Tatiana Zalan, American University in Dubai, write about blockchain and its potential use and impacts for multinational organisations.


In the past two decades, digital technologies have substantially changed the ways in which individuals and firms communicate and transfer knowledge, with wide-ranging implications for organisations and institutions.

From an organisational perspective, the emergence of digital technologies has enhanced the materialisation of new business models, the personalisation of products and services, the relation of trust between market agents and asymmetries of information, new products and services and the pace of product life-cycles, to name a few. 

Read the article at the Review of International Business and Strategy


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