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The Future of Money in the Information Age

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The Future of Money in the Information Age
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Publisher: Cato Institute
ISBN/ASIN: 1882577523
ISBN-13: 9781882577521
Number of pages: 188

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The essays in this book consider the implications of the information revolution for financial innovation and the future of money. Contributors examine the regulatory climate; the impact of e-money on taxation, banking, and monetary policy; and the problem of maintaining privacy in the new monetary universe.

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