The Inquiry: Who Wins in a Cashless Economy?

Proponents of a cashless future point to the use of wads of notes in criminality and corruption. In this excerpt from The Inquiry, Harvard economist Ken Rogoff explains the various ways in which cash holds back economies.

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Wed 21 Sep 2016 15:23 GMT
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