Jakob Hackel is senior scientist, researcher and lecturer at the Research Institute for Crypto-Economics.
Before that, he completed his bachelor's degree in international business administration at WU Vienna, as well as a master's degree in digital currencies at the University of Nicosia.
In his work, he brings a wealth of knowledge about the interface of new technologies and economics, in particular cryptocurrencies and applications of blockchain technology.
His focus at the Institute is on behavioral economics, social impact/development, token engineering and governance.
He currently teaches the courses "Introduction to Blockchain" and "Service Operations Management".
His publications include:
|2022||Hackel, Jakob, Barclay, Iain, Cooper, Michael, Perrin, Paul. 2022. Tokenizing Behavior Change: A Pathway for the Sustainable Development Goals. Frontiers in Blockchain. 4 Read more|
|2021||Hackel, Jakob, Yamamoto, Hitoshi, Okada, Isamu, Taudes, Alfred, Goto, Akira. 2021. Asymmetric effects of social and economic incentives on cooperation in real effort based public goods games. PLoS ONE. 16 (4) Read more|
|2021||Taudes, Alfred, Hackel, Jakob, Hermanky, Hannes, Haunold, Wolfgang. 2021. Distributed ledger technologies for securities settlement ¿ the case for running T2S on DLT. National Tax Journal. Q2/21 13-33. Read more|
Working/discussion paper, preprint
|2020||Foster, Gillian Joanne, Lamura, Maddalena Josefin, Hackel, Jakob. 2020. Kultur-Token Sustainable Business Model: Visualizing, Tokenizing, and Rewarding Mobility Behavior in Vienna, Austria. Read more|