Join us for this one-hour webinar and learn from two academic experts about some of the challenges and opportunities of teaching students about blockchain, and how universities can leverage their research centers of excellence to spur innovation in this emerging technology. Whether you are a skeptic or an enthusiast of blockchain technology, Kevin Werbach, Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at the Wharton School, and Cesare Fracassi, Associate Professor of Finance and Director of the Blockchain Initiative at the University of Texas at Austin, will share with you how to bring innovative technologies to campus and stay at the leading edge of technological disruption.
Blockchain is a nascent technology with a wide array of potential applications. At its crux, blockchain provides a secure means of record keeping using a combination of innovative methods. It is currently being deployed in a range of different industries and could soon begin impacting business schools, both in their operations and in their curriculum.
This overview provides a primer on blockchain, including a brief explanation of how it works, how it is being used by businesses, and how it may impact higher education and business schools.
Blockchain in Action: How business schools are addressing blockchain.
Blockchain is a technology with the potential to cause some significant shifts in
business and business education in the coming years.
We have gathered examples of blockchain in action, demonstrating some of the
ways business schools are incorporating this technology into their programming.
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