A question for you, via Carolyn Wilkins, the No. 2 at Canada’s central bank: Is money a public good?
Wilkins put that out there at the end of a two-day conference at the Rotman School of Management in Toronto this week.
Rotman invited an A-list of academics and practitioners to discuss the financial crisis, which suddenly is a decade old. However, the group spent most of its time discussing cryptocurrencies, nothing anyone was thinking about in 2008 while some of the world’s biggest financial institutions were imploding. The bankers of London and Wall Street still were getting used to their iPhones, which had been introduced only the year before.
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