Blockchain Technology Adoption: State of the Art

Toufaily, Elissar, Zalan, Tatiana and Ben Dhaou, Soumaya, "Blockchain Technology Adoption: State of the Art" 3rd International Conference on Advances in Business and Law, Dubai, 2019/11/23-24.

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    Author Toufaily, Elissar
    Zalan, Tatiana
    Ben Dhaou, Soumaya
    Title Blockchain Technology Adoption: State of the Art
    Publication Date 2019
    Place of Publication n/a
    Publisher n/a
    Pages 15
    Title of Event 3rd International Conference on Advances in Business and Law
    Date of Event 2019/11/23-24
    Place of Event Dubai
    Language eng
    Abstract In the last few years our understanding of distributed ledger technology (DLT), blockchain and cryptocurrency has increased dramatically. One of the promising research streams has been the adoption of blockchain and DLT by consumers, firms and governments. The purpose of this paper is to synthesize the current state of the art on blockhain technology adoption. We analyze 64 papers on ABI Inform and SRRN databases and classify the literature into nine research streams, selectively reviewing the most significant papers in this paper. We conclude that most of the studies are a-theoretical, descriptive and conceptual, with only a small number of papers using primary empirical data. More theory-driven, multidisciplinary research using primary data is needed to advance our understanding of the complex phenomenon of blockchain technology adoption.
    Keyword Blockchain technology
    systematic literature review
    Copyright Holder The Authors
    Copyright Year 2019
    Copyright type Fair use permitted
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