Blockchain Economy


Imagining a world with instant, free and reliable public information and imagining how that will affect the movement of invested capital – this could be a reality if the Danish economy as a whole implemented distributed ledger technology. The notion of turning “annual reports” into a continuous information stream is tempting, but the implications are ambiguous as humans (investors) have cognitive limitations in terms of both the diversity and amount of information it can handle – besides suffering from range of behavioral biases. More information isn’t always better, so my project is about balancing the interest of the government, the companies and the investors in a microeconomic framework.

Nikolaj Fabricius Stryhn

Aarhus University - BSS

MSc. Economics and Management

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