The Economist explains: Why some economists want to get rid of cash

  • Why some economists want to get rid of cash
  • A growing number of economists are now calling for cash to be phased out.
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  • In “The Curse of Cash”, published on August 16th, Kenneth Rogoff makes the case for gradually getting rid of most paper currency.

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Arguments that cash has outlived its usefulness are gaining currency


The Economist explains: Why some economists want to get rid of cash