Daniel GozmanSenior Lecturer at University of Sydney Business School
Daniel Gozman: is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Sydney Business School and an Honorary Fellow at Henley Business School at the University of Reading. Daniel received his PhD from the London School of Economics. He is a member of the LSE’s Outsourcing Unit and a Research Fellow at UCL’s Centre for Blockchain Technologies. Daniel is a Fellow of the UK’s Higher Education Academy (HEA), and a member of the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists (Livery Company of the City of London). Currently, his work focuses on the intersection between policy, emergent technology and innovation. He also sits on the FinTech Connect advisory board and is contributing to the ISO standard for blockchain, identity and privacy. Daniel has acted as an academic advisor to international law firms and analyst groups and as an external examiner to other higher education institutions. He is a founding member of the International Regtech Association and a member of their innovation group working on standards development. Daniel is a principal investigator on two SWIFT Institute grants investigating fraud and market abuse through big data analytics and the future generation of payments’ infrastructures. Other research into equity crowdfunding was funded by the EU Horizon 2020 Financial and Institutional Reforms to build an Entrepreneurial Society (FIRES) in Europe. The UK’s Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) is funding his work into blockchain and algorithmic regulation. He has published within respected peer reviewed journals (e.g., Journal of Management Information Systems) and has been invited to present his work at international conferences aimed at both practitioners and academics. He is a Senior Editor for the Journal of Information Technology and an Associate Editor for the Journal of Electronic Commerce Research and Applications. Daniel has also contributed to articles in the Sunday Times, Vice Magazine and Computer Weekly. Prior to academia, Daniel worked for a global management consultancy and a big four accounting firm.