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Is a Blockchain-based conveyance system the next step in the financialisation of housing? The case of Sweden

Anetta Proskurovska and Sabine Dörry ()

No 2018-17, LISER Working Paper Series from LISER

Abstract: This paper investigates the social and economic mechanisms of a blockchain technology in the area of land administration. In particular, it focuses, first, on an emerging blockchain-based solution in Sweden to change and improve its land administration system (LAS), and, second, on the 'upgraded' LAS' potential impacts to create more complex financial derivatives based on land and the built environment. We investigate how these changes influence housing markets at the interface with financial markets and how these changes impact on the economic organisation of the different stakeholders involved in these processes. The argument is developed using the case of Sweden, where Lantmäteriet, a government agency, is pioneering the use of blockchain technology for real-estate conveyance.

Keywords: Blockchain; land administration systems; conveyance workflow; housing; financialisation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: G28 I30 K11 L14 O43 O52 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 48 pages
Date: 2018-10
New Economics Papers: this item is included in nep-law, nep-pay and nep-ure
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