Moldinnova: Trusted DLT Infrastructure for FDI
Pieter van Ysseldijk and
Golnaz A. Jafari
from Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova, Centre for Studies in European Integration
A theoretical analysis of the relative correlation between the implementation of a new information and communications technology (ICT), i.e. distributed ledger technology (DLT), and the establishment of an e-governance system which would enhance communications, security, efficiency of public service-delivery, transparency in transactions, as well as install accountability of decision making. A trusted e-governance based on DLT in combination with a self-sovereign identity (SSI) framework for, among others, security purposes and the development of Industry 4.0 including, among others, Internet of Things (IoT), test cased in Moldova’s Free Economic Zones (FEZ), would result in a significant divergence in Moldova’s overall credibility and reputation, a consequence of which would be most apparent in the rapid advancement in the field of foreign direct investment (FDI) and the country’s inclusive economic growth.
Keywords: Moldova; e-governance; distributed ledger technology; digital identity; reputation; foreign direct investment; free economic zones (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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