Posted by Prabhu Guptara | Uncategorised

The conference, running yesterday and today, is organised jointly by the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia and by the Journal of Business & Economics.

It features papers on:

·   Fintech Lending: Financial Inclusion, Risk Pricing, and Alternative Information    

·   Fintech, Regulatory Arbitrage, and the Rise of Shadow Banks

·    “The Law of One Bitcoin Price?

·   Blockchain Disruption and Smart Contracts

·   The Price of a Digital Currency

·   The Economics of Distributed Ledger Technology for Securities Settlement” 

·   Competition in the Financial Advisory Market: Robo versus Traditional Advisors

·   Does FinTech Affect Household Saving Behavior?

·   Integrating the Troublemakers: A Taxonomy for Cooperation between Banks and Fintechs

·    “Financial Regulatory Implications of Artificial Intelligence

·   Market Design with Blockchain Technology

·   Between the Lines: Decipher the Firms’ Fundamentals with Artificial Intelligence

   “Law, Trust, and the Development of Crowdfunding

·   Profit Sharing: A Contracting Solution to Harness the Wisdom of the Crowd

·   Financing Efficiency of Securities-Based Crowdfunding

The speakers are from universities, companies and other institutions from (in no particular order) the US, Canada, the UK, France, Germany, Australia, China and India – and perhaps other countries.


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