1st Edition

Exploring the Financial Landscape in the Digital Age Proceedings of the International Conference on Financial Management and the Digital Economy (ICFMDE 2023), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 15–17 December 2023

Edited By Thomas Andreas Maurer Copyright 2025
    794 Pages
    by CRC Press

    The Proceedings of the International Conference on Financial Management and the Digital Economy (ICFMDE 2023) offers an overview of research and insights into how financial management is evolving in the digital age.

    The book covers a broad spectrum from examining cryptocurrency trends to exploring fintech advancements. Topics also extend to digital transformation strategies, practical applications of blockchain technology, and the profound impact of digital innovations on financial markets. Through rigorous research and analysis, the proceedings offer valuable insights into the future trajectory of the global economy.

    Written for scholars, researchers, and industry professionals in finance, economics, and digital innovation, this collection provides valuable insights into the rapidly changing field of financial management. Readers will gain deep perspectives on how digitalization is reshaping financial landscapes worldwide.

    Chapter 1 Marketing and Consumer Behavior

    Chapter 2 Financial Market Research and Investment Strategies

    Chapter 3 Business Strategies and Management Practices

    Chapter 4 Digital Transformation and Technology Impact

    Chapter 5 Supply Chain, Sustainability, and Industry Analysis



    Thomas Andreas Maurer is an Associate Professor of Finance at the HKU Business School, The University of Hong Kong. Before joining HKU in 2019, he was an Assistant Professor of Finance at the Olin Business School, Washington University in St. Louis from 2012 to 2019. Thomas earned his London School of Economics MSc in Finance and Economics degree in 2008 and his LSE PhD in Finance degree in 2012. During his PhD studies he has spent one year as a visiting scholar at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. His research contributions are in the area of theoretical and empirical asset pricing, international finance and household finance. He regularly serves as a committee member for academic conferences and as an academic referee for many major economics and finance journals. At HKU, Thomas is teaching classes on derivative securities to undergraduate students. In 2017, the graduating Master of Finance class at Wash U has chosen him as the best teacher and he was awarded the Reid teaching prize for the professor “whose enthusiasm and exceptional teaching most inspire, energize, and transform students”.