[Virtual Mock Class] Are Cash and Cryptocurrencies Threats to Central Banks?

10/29/2020 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM ET
Is cash is becoming a relic of past generations? Do you use cash or prefer digital payments, such as credit and debit cards, PayPal, Venmo, Zelle, and Apple Pay? Do you own a cryptocurrency, like bitcoin? Are all of these financial assets “money?” If your answer is “Yes,” then how do central banks control their nations’ money supplies, and what are the odds that they can help us recover from the Covid-19 pandemic or stop inflation in the future?

Join Professor John Marthinsen to discuss these and other questions in this upcoming online mock class where you’ll have the opportunity to engage in Babson’s curriculum. Learn firsthand how Babson empowers students with the economic knowledge necessary for developing an informed global view of increasingly complex interactions among governments, societies, and value-creating commerce.
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