This event will address the evolving role of money in society.
Money used to be gold and is now fiat. Electronic transactions mean we have all but stopped carrying cash. The three speakers will discuss how new financial technology is set to change how money and payment systems are organised, if cryptocurrencies will displace fiat money and if banks will be replaced by technology providers?
Jon Danielsson (@JonDanielsson) is Co-Director of the Systemic Risk Centre and Associate Professor of Finance, LSE.
Eva Micheler is Co-investigator of the Systemic Risk Centre and Associate Professor in Law, LSE Law.
Nikola Tchouparov is CEO of Moneyfold Ltd.
Ross Cranston is Professor of Law, LSE.
The Systemic Risk Centre (@LSE_SRC) was set up to study the risks that may trigger the next financial crisis and to develop tools to help policymakers and financial institutions become better prepared.
LSE Law (@LSELaw) is one of the world's top law schools with an international reputation for the quality of its teaching and legal research.
Twitter Hashtag for this event: #LSEFutureOfMoney
This event forms part of the “New World (Dis)Orders” series, held in the run up to the LSE Festival, a week-long series of events taking place from 25 February to 2 March 2019, free to attend and open to all, exploring how social science can tackle global issues. How did we get here? What are the challenges? And, importantly, how can we address them? Full programme available online from January 2019.
Cost: Free of Charge
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More information at this website.2018-11-26 18:30 2018-11-26 18:30 Europe/London The Future of Money Three speakers will discuss how new financial technology is set to change how money and payment systems are organised, if cryptocurrencies will displace fiat money and if banks will be replaced by technology providers? https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2018/11/26/the-future-of-money-188164 London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE),Lincolns Inns Fields,London,London
London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE),