Jose Parra-Moyano

Jose Parra-Moyano
Copenhagen Business School · Department of Digitalization

Assistant Professor

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Introduction
José Parra-Moyano a tenure-track Assistant Professor at the Copenhagen Business School, conducting research on the creation of sustainable value in the digital economy. He holds a PhD in Management and Economics from the University of Zurich.
Additional affiliations
September 2019 - present
Copenhagen Business School
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Education
August 2016 - August 2019
University of Zurich
Field of study
  • Management and Economics

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Publications (23)
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The idea that many businesses rely heavily on data to produce or market goods and services is not new. Indeed, even in 2018, four of the six top companies in market valuation — Amazon, Alphabet, Facebook, and Alibaba — based their business models on the use of data to optimize advertising. However, data differs greatly from traditional factors of p...
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Markets in which similar goods of different qualities are sold suffer from information asymmetries and their negative consequences. Dealers have established themselves, and mediate these markets through their use of quality signals. While these signals help to mitigate information asymmetries, these markets still function well below their optimum:...
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Research suggests that a significant number of those investing in cryptocurrencies do not follow what we might call rational, profit-maximizing behavior. We also know that with the progressive lowering of entry barriers to online trading platforms, an increasing number of inexperienced investors are investing in cryptocurrencies. Increasingly, the...
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There is increasing tension between the service quality improvements consumers receive when they allow their data to be analyzed by a firm, and the costs they incur in terms of privacy sacrifices. This is motivating firms to explore new models to attract and retain a new generation of privacy-active customers (i.e., customers who act in order to pr...
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One of the key tasks for strategic management accountants is to estimate the size of the market in which their firm operates. For such an estimation to be correct, strategic management accountants need to have access to private information from the firm's competitors. Such access is impossible since no competitor is willing to share internal docume...
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The emergence of data markets will provide an arena for massive data trading. A large-scale implementation and adoption of data markets can have significant economic and societal implications. Currently, however, two obstacles hinder the implementation and broader development of data markets-the lack of guarantees of data provenance and the lack of...
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There is increasing tension between the service quality improvements consumers receive when they allow their data to be analyzed by a firm and the costs incurred in terms of privacy sacrifices. This is motivating firms to explore new models to attract and retain privacy-active customers (i.e., customers who act in order to protect their privacy). T...
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That data helps to generate value is a very robust idea: We talk about data as “the new oil”, and the concept of “big data” is widely spread. While this idea applies to many areas of modern life, it is especially prominent in the financial sector, where data-based insights are crucial to make the right decisions and adequately navigate through the...
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The probability of a miner finding a valid block in the bitcoin blockchain is assumed to follow the Poisson distribution. In this paper we find evidence to sustain that, at least on a theoretical level, this is not the case.
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This thesis compiles three papers on different topics in blockchain-based information systems. The first paper presents a blockchain-based information system to reduce the costs and improve the customer experience in the Know-Your-Customer (KYC) process that financial institutions are obliged to conduct. The system shows how to use blockchain techn...
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Systems that use blockchain technology to improve the know-your-customer (KYC) process have only been proposed at a conceptual level and all share certain attributes that make their adoption by financial institutions (FIs) very difficult. We propose and program a blockchain-based system that reduces and shares out among the financial institutions t...
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Systems that use blockchain technology to improve the know-your-customer (KYC) process have only been proposed at a conceptual level and all share certain attributes that make their adoption by financial institutions (FIs) very difficult. We propose and program a blockchain-based system that reduces and shares out among the financial institutions t...
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Users' data has become a crucial production factor for companies and a necessary asset if they are to compete in the digital ecosystem. However, users' data is a production factor that is not mobile across companies, since a company can only use the data that its customers-its "users"-generate within its own environment and not the data that its us...
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Blockchain technology offers new opportunities for the development of central bank digital currencies (CBDCs). Although discussion on the matter is still in its early stages, researchers and practitioners have proposed possible frameworks via which to explore the potential of this new form of money for central banks and governments. Since blockchai...
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Systems that use blockchain technology to improve the know-your-customer (KYC) process have only been proposed at a conceptual level and all share certain attributes that make their adoption very difficult. We propose and program a blockchain-based system that reduces and shares out among the financial institutions (FIs) that work with a customer t...
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Users’ data has become a crucial production factor for companies and a necessary asset if they are to compete in the digital ecosystem. However, users’ data is a production factor that is not mobile across companies, since a company can only use the data that its customers—its “users”— generate within its own environment and not the data that its u...
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The know-your-customer (KYC) due diligence process is outdated and generates costs of up to USD 500 million per year per bank. The authors propose a new system, based on distributed ledger technology (DLT), that reduces the costs of the core KYC verification process for financial institutions and improves the customer experience. In the proposed sy...
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This article studies the origin and continuity of the identity of the entities inscribed in a distributed ledger. Specifically, it focuses on the differences between the identities of the entities that exist in a distributed ledger and those of the entities that exist outside the ledger but must be represented in the ledger in order to interact wit...
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The Know Your Customer (KYC) due diligence process is outdated and generates costs reaching up to $500 million yearly per bank. We propose a new system, based on Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT), to reduce the costs of the core KYC verification process for financial institutions and to improve the customer experience. In the proposed system, the...
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Full-text available
The know-your-customer (KYC) due diligence process is outdated and generates costs of up to USD 500 million per year per bank. We propose a new system, based on distributed ledger technology (DLT), for reducing the costs of the core KYC verification process for financial institutions and for improving the customer experience. In the proposed system...
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This article studies the origin and continuity of the identity of the entities inscribed in a distributed ledger. Specifically, it focuses on the differences between the identities of the entities that exist in a distributed ledger and those of the entities that exist outside the ledger but must be represented in the ledger in order to interact wit...
Chapter
Electronic communications impact all of postal operators’ businesses. Traditional letter mail can be substituted by various electronic means, whereas quality parcels services are of essence for online shops bypassing the traditional retail channels. Table 1 illustrates the development of letter mail and parcels volumes for selected postal incumbent...

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Study the economics of data markets.