List of Writing

PEER REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES

  1. Allen, D, Berg, A, Markey-Towler, B, (forthcoming) ‘Blockchain and supply chains: V-form organisations, value redistributions, de-commoditisation and quality proxies’, The Journal of the British Blockchain Association.
  2. Allen, D, Berg C and Novak, M (2018), ‘Blockchain: An Entangled Political Economy Approach’, Journal of Public Finance and Public Choice, vol. 33, no. 2, pp. 105-125.
  3. Allen, D, Berg, C, Lane, AML and Potts, J (2018), ‘Cryptodemocracy and its Institutional Possibilities’, The Review of Austrian Economics, pp. 1-12. (Scimago Q2).
  4. Allen, D and Berg, C (2017), ‘Subjective Political Economy’, New Perspectives on Political Economy, vol. 13, no. 1-2, pp. 19-40.
  5. Allen, D and Potts, J (2016), ‘How the Innovation Commons Contributes to the Development and Discovery of New Technologies’, International Journal of the Commons, vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 1035-54. (Scimago Q1).
  6. Moilanen, J, Daly, A, Lobato, R and Allen, D (2014), ‘Cultures of Sharing in 3D printing: What Can we Learn from the Licence Choices of Thingiverse Users?Journal of Peer Production

PEER REVIEWED BOOK CHAPTERS

  1. Allen, D (2019), ‘Entrepreneurial Exit: Developing the Cryptoeconomy’, in Swan, M, Potts, J, Takagi, S, Tasco, P, Witte, F (eds.), Blockchain Economics, World Scientific.
  2. Allen, D (2018), ‘Red Tape Reform: A New Approach’, in Allen, Darcy W E and Berg C (eds.), Australia’s Red Tape Crisis: The Causes and Costs of Over-Regulation, Connor Court Publishing.
  3. Allen, D and Berg, C (2018), ‘Regulation and Technological Change’, in Allen, Darcy W E and Berg C (eds.), Australia’s Red Tape Crisis: The Causes and Costs of Over-Regulation, Connor Court Publishing.
  4. MacDonald, TJ, Allen, D and Potts, J (2016), ‘Blockchains and the Boundaries of Self-organized Economies: Predictions for the Future of Banking’, In P Tasca, T Aste, L Pelizzon, and N Perony (eds.), Banking Beyond Banks and Money: A Guide to Banking Services in the Twenty-First Century. Cham: Springer International Publishing, pp. 279-96.

THESES

  1. Allen, D. ‘The Private Governance of Entrepreneurship: An Institutional Approach to Entrepreneurial Discovery‘, Doctoral Thesis, RMIT University, Melbourne.

BOOKS (AS EDITOR)

  1. Allen, D and Berg, C (eds., 2018), Australia’s Red Tape Crisis: The Causes and Costs of Over-Regulation, Connor Court Publishing, Brisbane, Australia.

BOOKS (AS AUTHOR, UNDER CONTRACT)

  1. Allen, D, Lane, AML and Berg, C, Cryptodemocracy, Lexington Books Series on Polycentricity: Studies in Institutional Diversity and Voluntary Governance (to be published in 2019).
  2. Allen, D, Berg, C and Novak, M, The Austrian Economics of Blockchain, Cambridge University Press Elements (to be published in 2019).
  3. Allen, D, When Entrepreneurs Meet: The Collective Governance of New Ideas, World Scientific (to be published in 2019).

PAPERS CURRENTLY UNDER PEER REVIEW

  1. Allen, D, Berg, C, Markey-Towler, B, Novak, M, Potts, J, ‘Some economic consequences of the GDPR’ (currently under review at Economics Bulletin).
  2. Allen, D, Berg, C, Davidson, S, Novak, M, Potts, J, ‘International policy coordination for blockchain supply chains’ (currently under review at Asia and the Pacific Policy Studies).
  3. Allen, D, ‘The proto-entrepreneurial discovery of blockchain applications’ (currently under review at the Journal of Entrepreneurship and Public Policy).
  4. Allen, D, Lane, M and Poblet, M ‘The governance of blockchain dispute resolution’ (under review at the Journal of Law, Economics and Organization).
  5. Allen, D and Berg C, ‘Blockchains and institutional layering as a new approach to economic development’ (under review at the Journal of Private Enterprise).

CONFERENCE PAPERS

  1. Allen, D, Lane, M and Poblet, M ‘The Governance of Blockchain Dispute Resolution’ (presented at Australian Law and Economics Conference).
  2. Allen, D, Berg, C, Davidson, S, Novak M, Potts, J, ‘Blockchain TradeTech’, APEC Study Centre Consortium Conference, 12-14 May 2018, Papua New Guinea.
  3. Allen, D, Berg, C, Lane, AM and Potts, J 2017, ‘The Economics of Crypto-democracy’, Presented at Linked Democracy: AI for Democratic Innovation, 26th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 19 August 2017.
  4. Allen, D and Potts, J 2016, ‘The Origin of the Entrepreneur and the Innovation Commons’ Presented at the 86th Annual Meeting of the Southern Economic Association Conference, Washington, D.C. 19-21 November 2016.
  5. Allen, D 2015, ‘Governing Innovation: Asset Specificity, Opportunism, and the Fundamental Transformation’, Presented at the 28th PhD Conference in Business and Economics, University of Queensland, 11-13 November 2015.
  6. Allen, D 2015, ‘The Innovation Fundamental Transformation’, RMIT University Research Seminar, 2015.
  7. Allen, D and Potts, J 2015, ‘The Innovation Commons – Why it Exists, What it Does, Who it Benefits and How’, Presented at the International Association for the Study of the Commons biannual global conference, Edmonton, Canada, 25-29 May, 2015.

APPEARANCES AS EXPERT WITNESS BEFORE PARLIAMENT

RESEARCH REPORTS AND SUBMISSIONS TO GOVERNMENT

  1. Allen, DWE and Berg C, ‘Blockchain for Development’, RMIT Blockchain Innovation Hub and APEC Study Centre Research Report (presented directly to parliamentarians in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, 10 October 2018).
  2. Wild, D and Allen, DWE 2018, ‘Five Principles of Red Tape Reduction’, IPA Occasional Paper (covered exclusively in The Australian).
  3. Begg, M, Allen, DWE and Wild, D 2017, ‘Decentralising the Protection of Australian Threatened Species’, IPA Occasional Paper (covered exclusively in The Australian).
  4. Allen, DWE and Wild, D 2017, ‘Submission to the Senate Inquiry into Environmental Assessments and Approvals’, IPA Submission (cited in Senate Red Tape Committee Report).
  5. Allen, DWE, Berg, C, and Fraser, J 2017, ‘Liquor Licensing Red Tape on Australian BusinessesIPA Occasional Paper (cited in Senate Red Tape Committee Report).
  6. Allen, DWE 2016, ‘The Case for Cutting Red Tape on Drones’, IPA Occasional Paper (covered exclusively in The Australian, cited in Senate Standing Committees on Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport).
  7. Allen, DWE, Wild, D and Hogan, B 2016, ‘On Regulation, Productivity and Growth: Reforms to Make Australia More Prosperous’, IPA Occasional Paper (cited in final Productivity Commission report).
  8. Allen, DWE, Berg, C, Novak, M and Wild, D 2016, ‘A Response to the Productivity Commission Draft Report of the Regulation of AgricultureIPA Submission (cited in final Productivity Commission report).
  9. Allen, DWE and Novak, M 2016, ‘Ten Red Tape Initiatives for the Next Australian Government’, IPA Occasional Paper.
  10. Allen, DWE and Berg, C 2016, ‘Submission to the Senate Inquiry into White Collar Crime Penalties’, IPA Submission (cited in the Australian Financial Review, cited in final Senate Committee report).
  11. Allen, DWE, Berg, C and Breheny, S 2016, ‘Submission Relating to the Vegetation Management (Reinstatement) and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2016’, IPA Submission (cited in Queensland Parliament Committee report).
  12. Allen, DWE and Potts, J 2015, ‘Innovation Strangled by Red Tape’, Submission to the Productivity Commission Inquiry into Business Set-up, Transfer and Closure, IPA Submission.
  13. Stanley, V, Allen, DWE, Lane, AML 2014, ‘Freedom to Teach: A Research Report on the Work and Conditions of Teachers in AustraliaIPA Occasional Paper (covered on the front page of The Australian).
  14. Allen, DWE and Berg, C 2014, ‘The Sharing Economy: How Over-Regulation Could Destroy an Economic Revolution’, IPA Occasional Paper (covered in The Australian).

SELECTED LECTURES AND PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘Blockchains and institutional cryptoeconomics’, presentation to the Management Development Institute, RMIT University, Melbourne, 13 February 2019.
  • ‘Blockchain supply chains and the future of trade’, presentation to the Management Development Institute, RMIT University, Melbourne, 13 February 2019.
  • ‘Blockchain in a development context’, presentation to the Development Research Centre of The State Council (Delegation from China), RMIT University, Melbourne, 23 October 2018.
  • ‘Institutional Cryptoeconomics and Supply Chains’, to Blockchain Pasifik Conference, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, 11 October 2018.
  • ‘Blockchain for development’, Brief to the Parliament of Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, 10 October 2018.
  • ‘Cryptodemocracy’, Proof of Work Seminar, RMIT School of Economics Finance and Marketing (with Aaron Lane), Melbourne, 4 October 2018.
  • ‘Introduction to blockchain’, Board of the Victorian Department of Treasury and Finance (with Sinclair Davidson), Melbourne, 26 September 2018.
  • ‘The proto-entrepreneur and the innovation commons’, RMIT Enterprise & Innovation Seminar, Melbourne, 21 September 2018.
  • ‘How blockchain impacts supply chain governance’, Zhejiang Institute of Administration, RMIT Executive Education, Melbourne, 12 July 2018.
  • ‘Blockchain TradeTech’, APEC Study Centres Consortium Conference, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, 14 May 2018.
  • FinTech Australia and Australian Taxpayers’ Alliance Panel on the Regulation of Cryptocurrencies, 1 May 2018, Melbourne.
  • ‘Blockchains, Economics and the Cryptoeconomy’, Guest Lecture to RMIT masters class, 2018.
  • Panel Member at Hall & Wilcox Law event on blockchain, Melbourne, 2018.
  • ‘Towards a classically liberal innovation policy’, The Australian Libertarian Society, Sydney, 2017.
  • ‘Innovation, entrepreneurship and regulation’, ANZSFL Annual Conference, Melbourne, 2015.
  • ‘Regulation and new technologies’, ALS Annual Conference, Sydney, 2015.
  • ‘Cultures of sharing and Thingiverse’, Inside 3D Printing Annual Conference, Melbourne, 2014.
  • ‘3D printing, disruption and the law’, Swinburne Institute for Social Research Interdisciplinary Seminar, 2014.

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