Gilbert Fridgen
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The energy consumption of blockchain technology: beyond myth
J Sedlmeir, HU Buhl, G Fridgen, R Keller
Business & Information Systems Engineering 62 (6), 599-608, 2020
1082020
Cross-Organizational Workflow Management Using Blockchain Technology: Towards Applicability, Auditability, and Automation
G Fridgen, S Radszuwill, N Urbach, L Utz
51st Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), 2018
962018
Blockchain: Grundlagen, Anwendungen und Potenziale
V Schlatt, A Schweizer, N Urbach, G Fridgen
932016
One rate does not fit all: An empirical analysis of electricity tariffs for residential microgrids
G Fridgen, M Kahlen, W Ketter, A Rieger, M Thimmel
Applied energy 210, 800-814, 2018
782018
Dynamics of blockchain implementation-a case study from the energy sector
S Albrecht, S Reichert, J Schmid, J Strüker, D Neumann, G Fridgen
Proceedings of the 51st Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2018
782018
Unchaining Social Businesses-Blockchain as the Basic Technology of a Crowdlending Platform.
A Schweizer, V Schlatt, N Urbach, G Fridgen
ICIS, 2017
692017
A Solution in Search of a Problem: A Method for the Development of Blockchain Use Cases.
G Fridgen, J Lockl, S Radszuwill, A Rieger, A Schweizer, N Urbach
AMCIS 2018, 11, 2018
502018
The sustainability imperative in information systems research
S Seidel, P Bharati, G Fridgen, RT Watson, A Albizri, MCM Boudreau, ...
Communications of the Association for Information Systems 40 (1), 3, 2017
502017
How did the German and other European electricity systems react to the COVID-19 pandemic?
S Halbrügge, P Schott, M Weibelzahl, HU Buhl, G Fridgen, M Schöpf
Applied Energy 285, 116370, 2021
462021
Estimating the benefits of cooperation in a residential microgrid: A data-driven approach
A Rieger, R Thummert, G Fridgen, M Kahlen, W Ketter
Applied Energy 180, 130-141, 2016
462016
Business and information systems engineering: a complementary approach to information systems–what we can learn from the past and may conclude from present reflection on the future
HU Buhl, G Müller, G Fridgen, M Röglinger
Journal of the Association for Information Systems 13 (4), 3, 2012
462012
Providing utility to utilities: the value of information systems enabled flexibility in electricity consumption
G Fridgen, L Häfner, C König, T Sachs
Journal of the Association for Information Systems 17 (8), 1, 2016
45*2016
Blockchain and initial coin offerings: blockchain’s implications for crowdfunding
L Arnold, M Brennecke, P Camus, G Fridgen, T Guggenberger, ...
Business transformation through Blockchain, 233-272, 2019
432019
DON’T SLIP ON THE ICO–A TAXONOMY FOR A BLOCKCHAIN-ENABLED FORM OF CROWDFUNDING
G Fridgen, F Regner, A Schweizer, N Urbach
412018
Do not forget about smart towns
S Hosseini, L Frank, G Fridgen, S Heger
Business & Information Systems Engineering 60 (3), 243-257, 2018
392018
Building a Blockchain Application that Complies with the EU General Data Protection Regulation.
A Rieger, J Lockl, N Urbach, F Guggenmos, G Fridgen
MIS Quarterly Executive 18 (4), 2019
382019
Energieflexibilität in der deutschen Industrie: Ergebnisse aus dem Kopernikus-Projekt-Synchronisierte und energieadaptive Produktionstechnik zur flexiblen Ausrichtung von …
A Sauer, E Abele, HU Buhl
Fraunhofer Verlag, 2019
372019
blockchain und Smart contracts: technologien, Forschungsfragen und Anwendungen
J Schütte, G Fridgen, W Prinz, T Rose, N Urbach, T Hoeren, ...
352017
Industrial demand-side flexibility: A key element of a just energy transition and industrial development
R Heffron, MF Körner, J Wagner, M Weibelzahl, G Fridgen
Applied Energy 269, 115026, 2020
342020
Where’s the competitive advantage in strategic information systems research? Making the case for boundary-spanning research based on the German business and information systems …
HU Buhl, G Fridgen, W König, M Röglinger, C Wagner
The Journal of Strategic Information Systems 21 (2), 172-178, 2012
332012
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