Kenneth S. Rogoff


Born
in Rochester, The United States
March 22, 1953


Kenneth Saul "Ken" Rogoff is an American economist and chess Grandmaster. He is the Thomas D. Cabot Professor of Public Policy and Professor of Economics at Harvard University.

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The Curse of Cash

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Evolution and Performance o...

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IMF Survey No.10, 2003

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“All in all, the public health issue concerns do not seem to be a first-order argument against cash at present”
Kenneth S. Rogoff, The Curse of Cash

“it can use laws, regulations, and outright coercion to come out on top: a determined government is always going to win the battle for currency supremacy, at least in the long run. Other transaction media may thrive, but the government currency will be at the center.”
Kenneth S. Rogoff, The Curse of Cash

“certainly influence the future course of cryptocurrencies, which we take up in chapter 14; governments everywhere are facing the question of how to balance regulation with fostering innovation in this space. Nevertheless, one should have little doubt that governments have all the tools necessary to prevent any alternative transaction media from deeply infiltrating the legal economy on a sustained basis, thereby greatly undermining their value relative to the present-day status of cash.”
Kenneth Rogoff, The Curse of Cash



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