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    Title: 區塊鏈是否真的去中間人? 不同產業之多重個案分析
    Can Blockchain really Remove all Intermediaries? A Multiple-Case Study in Different Industries
    Authors: 邱仕翔
    Chiu, Shih-Hsiang
    Contributors: 尚孝純
    Shang, Shari S.C
    邱仕翔
    Chiu, Shih-Hsiang
    Keywords: 區塊鏈
    中間人
    去中介化
    再中介化
    Blockchain
    Intermediaries
    Disintermediation
    Reintermediation
    Date: 2019
    Issue Date: 2019-09-05 15:45:21 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 區塊鏈被認為是具有顛覆既有流程的創新技術,因此近年來在台灣,有不少以提供區塊鏈技術或服務支援的新創產業如雨後春筍般的浮現,另外既有的產業也展開了雄心壯志試圖運用去中心化的技術,為流程帶來全新的風貌,但去中心化的技術是否真的會減少中間人管理的責任?而在區塊鏈的應用中,中間人是否還有存在的必要性?另外,面對區塊鏈去信任化的機制,使用者會期待機制建立的信任,還是中間人給予的信任?
    本研究採多重個案分析法探討不同產業在區塊鏈應用的意圖、中間人在區塊鏈應用的價值及找出中間人是否會因為去中心化的技術而被取代或轉型。
    Blockchain is a disruptive and innovative technology. How will the blockchain technology disrupt different fields? Blockchain technology has disrupted the existing processes and will improve the efficiency of many operations. With improved efficiency, will blockchain remove all intermediaries in the chains? Further, will all positions of the intermediaries agree to be replaced by blockchain? Many intermediaries have demonstrated their liberal attitudes toward embracing blockchain technology. What are the intended purposes behind the ambition of the intermediaries? This research adopts a multiple-case study and aims to determine whether the intermediaries in different industries will be eliminated by blockchain technology or transformed in terms of their roles into new ones.
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    Description: 碩士
    國立政治大學
    資訊管理學系
    106356026
    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0106356026
    Data Type: thesis
    DOI: 10.6814/NCCU201900941
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