Aarhus, Denmark

Blockchain and Supply Chain Management

when 2 July 2024 - 19 July 2024
language English
duration 3 weeks
credits 10 EC
fee EUR 705

Blockchain, which is a kind of distributed ledger technology, is viewed as a technological megatrend. The multinational professional services firm PwC expects that blockchain will boost the global GDP by US$1.76 trillion by 2030. A good blockchain use case is one that yields measurable results of values for companies engaged in economic transactions that cannot be possible with other alternatives. Supply chain is one such use case that can benefit from blockchain. The Netherlands-based market intelligence platform Blockdata's analys is found that traceability and provenance in supply chains was the most popular blockchain use case among the world's biggest brands in 2020. Supply chains have many features that cannot be solved with huge database alone. Complex global Supply chain have no central authority. Companies involved in a supply chain can benefit from transparency, commercial confidentiality of data and an immutable record of transactions. This course is designed to provide the student with a foundation for understanding how blockchain can facilitate the management of the flow of goods and services as well as key processes involved in the transformation raw materials into final produets.

Course leader

Nir Kshetri

Target group

Master's Level

Fee info

EUR 705: EU/EEA citizens
EUR 1750: NON EU/EEA citizens


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