Payment systems and money are evolving rapidly. Developments in information technology, digital networks and the increase in internet-based retailing have created the demand and technological space for digital transactions that have the potential to radically change payment and financial intermediation systems.
Will COVID-19 accelerate these changes? How radical or similar could this new landscape be? What kinds of design choices and/or regulatory response might make the difference? How might central banks support and adapt?
Benoît Cœuré, Head of the Innovations Hub, Bank for International Settlements.
Piroska Nagy-Mohacsi, Programme Director, Institute of Global Affairs, LSE.
Christina Segal-Knowles, Executive Director for Financial Markets Infrastructure, Bank of England.
Ricardo Reis, A. W. Phillips Professor of Economics, LSE and Fellow, CEPR.
Erik Berglof, Director, Institute of Global Affairs, LSE School of Public Policy and Fellow, CEPR.
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