Rachel O' Dwyer on Sun, 4 Jan 2015 19:21:52 +0100 (CET)

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Re: <nettime> Big list of existing academic Bitcoin research

   This is brilliant Brett!
   Thanks so much for sharing it.Â

   On Sat, Jan 3, 2015 at 1:31 PM, Brett Scott
   <b.r.scott.06@cantab.net> wrote:

     Hi all,
     I decided to build a rather large database of academic research on
     Bitcoin. If you'd like to see it, here is the link
     gzjofmZXe0Rh5sg/edit?usp=sharing. It's a Google Doc, and it allows you
     to comment if you think there is something I've missed. You can also
     download it as an Excel spreadsheet. It includes over 250 academic, and
     quasi-academic, research papers, journal articles and theses related to
     Bitcoin.  Admittedly, the definition of 'academic' or 'quasi-academic' is
     pretty loose. It can include peer-reviewed papers that appear in major
     journals, to working papers released from university departments and
     think tanks, to a thesis of a Masters student, to independent research
     from people with clear expertise.


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