Seminar: Digital Euro or Bitcoin: How will we pay in the future?
|Type of Lecture:||Seminar|
Content of the Course
Learning Goals and Competency
- Basic understanding of digital payment methods, such as cryptocurrencies and Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) (LGBWL-1)
- Basic understanding of user perceptions, attitudes, and the concept of technology adoption (LGBWL-1)
- Ability to conduct systematic scientific literature reviews (LGBWL-2)
- Communication of the obtained results in a clear and comprehensible manner (LGBWL-4)
- Critical discussion of all results in the group (LGBWL-4)
- Tronnier, F., Recker, M. and Hamm, P. 2020. Towards Central Bank Digital Currency - A Systematic Literature Review". Pacific Conference on Information Systems. https://aisel.aisnet.org/pacis2020/131/
- European Central Bank (2021). Eurosystem report on the public consultation on a digital euro
- European Central Bank (2020). Report on a digital euro. Frankfurt am Main, Germany
|Kick-off||01.11.2022||10:00 - 18:00||RuW 2.202|
|Presentation||23.01.2023||10:00 - 17:30||SH 3.102|
|Presentation||24.01.2023||10:00 - 17:30||RuW 3.201|
|Presentation||25.01.2023||10:00 - 17:30||RuW 3.201|
In order to successfully pass this module, you need to write a paper (60%) and make a presentation (40%). Each partial requirement needs to be passed with a grade of 4.0 or better.
A list of preliminary topics can be found here:
A decision on the final topic per student will be taken during the kick-off meeting. If possible, students can already think about their Top-3 topics and have a look at the related literature.
Please include your Top-3 in this sheet:
Students are free to come up with their own research ideas and topics for seminar papers.The methodologies to be used will be presented and discussed before the allocation of the topics.
Students are still required to work through the methodology of their topic carefully.
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