Special Issue "Technology, Digital Transformation, and Financial Economics"
A special issue of Risks (ISSN 2227-9091).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 1 April 2024 | Viewed by 1755
Interests: asset pricing; banking; blockchain; computational finance; data analytics; fintech
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Special Issue in Journal of Risk and Financial Management: Digital Economy and the Role of Accounting and Finance
The accelerating digital transformation of the 21st century has resulted in fundamental changes in our global business landscape and the speed and methods in which payments are made. These steps forward have been coupled the evolution of industries, changes in the ways in which they connect with customers, and the growth in inter-linkages between cultures, societies, nations, governments and firms. Advances in technology are also met with a growing call for appropriate regulatory measures and oversight to protect investors, customers, and individuals.
The aim of this Special Issue of Risks is to create a multidisciplinary discussion platform and to invite scholars to debate critical questions that extend knowledge at the intersection of technology, the digital economic transformation, and the various fields within financial economics. This Special Issue welcomes authors to submit research (original research and approaches, perspectives, ideas) that focuses on topics including, but not limited to, the following issues:
- Big data analytics and their applications;
- Digital computational tools, such as machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI), and virtual reality (VR);
- Financial economic risks and our digital economy;
- The development of risk models and their application to our digital economy;
- Cryptocurrencies, FinTech, and digital money;
- Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs) and their risks and benefits to society;
- Digital transformation and corporate social responsibility (CSR);
- Mobile internet, blockchain, internet of things (IoT);
- E-commerce and (social) network platforms;
- Legal and regulatory measures and responses in our digital economy;
- Public policy and societal implications of digital transformation;
- Digitization of our economy and energy.
Dr. Dimitrios Koutmos
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- digital transformation
- digital economy
- e-commerce and the Internet
- network platforms
- risk management
- social responsibility
- energy economics