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Chris Berg
Professor of Economics; Director, Digital 3 & Co-Founder, Blockchain Innovation Hub at RMIT
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The sharing economy: How over-regulation could destroy an economic revolution
D Allen, C Berg
Institute of Public Affairs, 2014
328*2014
Blockchain and the evolution of institutional technologies: Implications for innovation policy
DWE Allen, C Berg, B Markey-Towler, M Novak, J Potts
Research Policy 49 (1), 103865, 2020
1812020
Understanding the blockchain economy: An introduction to institutional cryptoeconomics
C Berg, S Davidson, J Potts
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2019
1552019
International policy coordination for blockchain supply chains
DWE Allen, C Berg, S Davidson, M Novak, J Potts
Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies 6 (3), 367-380, 2019
1152019
Proof of work as a three-sided market
C Berg, S Davidson, J Potts
Frontiers in Blockchain 3, 2, 2020
75*2020
Blockchain governance: what we can learn from the economics of corporate governance
DWE Allen, C Berg
Allen, DWE and Berg, C.(2020)‘Blockchain Governance: What We Can Learn from …, 2020
692020
Blockchain technology as economic infrastructure: Revisiting the electronic markets hypothesis
C Berg, S Davidson, J Potts
Frontiers in Blockchain 2, 22, 2019
662019
The growth of Australia’s regulatory state: ideology, accountability and the mega-regulators
C Berg
Institute of Public Affairs, 2008
61*2008
Cryptodemocracy and its institutional possibilities
DWE Allen, C Berg, AM Lane, J Potts
The Review of Austrian Economics 33, 363-374, 2020
542020
Blockchain: an entangled political economy approach
DWE Allen, C Berg, M Novak
Journal of Public Finance and Public Choice 33 (2), 105-125, 2018
462018
The economics of crypto-democracy
DWE Allen, C Berg, AM Lane, J Potts
Available at SSRN 2973050, 2017
412017
Some economic consequences of the GDPR
DWE Allen, A Berg, C Berg, B Markey‐Towler, J Potts
Economics Bulletin 39 (2), 785-797, 2019
392019
Ledgers
C Berg, S Davidson, J Potts
Available at SSRN 3157421, 2018
392018
What diplomacy in the ancient Near East can tell us about blockchain technology
C Berg
Ledger 2, 2017
39*2017
Capitalism after Satoshi: Blockchains, dehierarchicalisation, innovation policy, and the regulatory state
C Berg, S Davidson, J Potts
Journal of Entrepreneurship and Public Policy 9 (2), 152-164, 2020
362020
Cryptodemocracy: How blockchain can radically expand democratic choice
DWE Allen, C Berg, AM Lane
Rowman & Littlefield, 2019
342019
The institutional economics of identity
A Berg, C Berg, S Davidson, J Potts
Available at SSRN 3072823, 2018
312018
Exit, voice, and forking
A Berg, C Berg
Berg A and Berg C (2020)'Exit, Voice, and Forking', Cosmos+ Taxis 8 (8), 9, 2017
312017
Politics, not sport, is the purpose of the Olympic Games
C Berg
Institute of Public Affairs Review: A Quarterly Review of Politics and …, 2008
312008
The Blockchain Economy: A beginner’s guide to institutional cryptoeconomics
C Berg, S Davidson, J Potts
Medium (27 September 2017) https://medium. com/@ cryptoeconomics/the …, 2017
292017
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