Considering the unprecedented and exponential growth of information communication technologies (ICTs), all types of organizations have been impacted by digital transformation. One of the most promising cutting-edge technology is Blockchain. That is, Blockchain technologies promise to disrupt the traditional models involving mainly the operations improved concerning product safety, accountability, provenance, visibility, transparency, traceability of operations, cooperation, and trust, among others. In addition, operating by a decentralized model that a central intermediary is no more needed to validate the transactions, process efficiency and costs should be improved drastically. However, Blockchain technologies regarding applications are still in its infancy. Considering this avenue of opportunities for scholars and practitioners, this Track aims to unlock and shed light on the blockchain applications at the organizational, inter-organizational, supply chain, production and marketing levels analysis, providing insight about how organizations can capture business value with blockchain. Theoretical and empirical papers employing quantitative, qualitative, and/or critical methods are welcomed.
The following topics are not intended to be exhaustive but are of interest to the Blockchain track. Therefore, it is intended to stimulate thinking about Blockchain from various levels of analysis, theoretical perspectives and valuable insights to gain an in-depth understanding of creating business value.
Authors should submit original, unpublished research papers. All accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings. Submissions should not be under consideration for any other conference or journal outlet. Submission of papers in PDF format is via Easychair.