2023


Paper Critique: Economic Geography and the Location of TNCs
By Craig Wright | 05 Jul 2023 | Economics, Law & Regulation

Nachum, L. (2000). Economic Geography and the Location of TNCs: Financial and Professional Service FDI to the USA. Journal of

Global Energy Production and Bitcoin
By Craig Wright | 28 Jun 2023 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Economics, Law & Regulation

The topic of energy consumption, as it is associated with digital currency, has been a hotly debated one over the

Corporate Sustainability and Social Responsibility Are about Resilient Companies
By Craig Wright | 21 Jun 2023 | Economics, Law & Regulation

Abstract. Sustainability has become a widely used term in business. The term has been linked to the concept of the

The Geography of Cybercrime
By Craig Wright | 14 Jun 2023 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Economics, Law & Regulation

In investigating cybercrime associated with digital currency systems or ‘crypto,’ it would be possible to create models that can help

Papers Associated with Bitcoin and Related Topics in Law: Part XXI

Chen and Bellavitis (2020) argue that blockchain technology can reduce transaction costs. The paper says the scenario is achieved through

Paper Critique: Early Religion and the Economic Geography of Wine
By Craig Wright | 31 May 2023 | Economics, Education, History

Stanislawski, D. (1975). Dionysus Westward: Early Religion and the Economic Geography of Wine. Geographical Review, 65(4), 427–444. https://doi.org/10.2307/213743   Dan

Anonymity Is the Place of Cowards and Crime
By Craig Wright | 24 May 2023 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

Ketelaar (1993) provides a translation of the works of Nakamoto that detail his thoughts, and provides them in English. Nakamoto’s

Creating a Useful NFT

Download the relevant code as a ZIP/RAR file here. The concept of a non-fungible token (NFT) has been used to

Paper Critique: The Geography of Fear
By Craig Wright | 18 May 2023 | Economics, History, Philosophy

Melander, E. (2009). The Geography of Fear: Regional Ethnic Diversity, the Security Dilemma and Ethnic War. European Journal of International

Papers Associated with Bitcoin and Related Topics in Law: Part XX

Christensen (2006) introduced a theory of disruption that sought to explain disruptive technologies in a manner analogous to that of

Ruling Powers and the United Kingdom
By Craig Wright | 11 May 2023 | Economics, Education, History, Law & Regulation

Britain was not always Britain. With the United Kingdom sometimes seeming less United, and while the separatist movement in Scotland

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