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The Economics of Fintech and Digital Currencies

The promise of radical changes arising from cryptocurrencies and an array of new technologies in financial markets (fintech) has been met with excitement but also a good dose of scepticism. This eBook brings together contributions from members of CEPR's Research and Policy Network on Fintech and Digital Currencies on some of the key areas where changes are becoming more visible.

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Fatás, A (2019), ‘The Economics of Fintech and Digital Currencies‘, CEPR Press, Paris & London. https://cepr.org/publications/books-and-reports/economics-fintech-and-digital-currencies

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Fatás, A (2019), ‘Introduction: The Economics of Fintech and Digital Currencies‘, in Fatás, A (eds), The Economics of Fintech and Digital Currencies, CEPR Press, Paris & London. https://cepr.org/publications/books-and-reports/economics-fintech-and-digital-currencies

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Auer, R and S Claessens (2019), ‘Cryptocurrencies: Why not (to) regulate?‘, in Fatás, A (eds), The Economics of Fintech and Digital Currencies, CEPR Press, Paris & London. https://cepr.org/publications/books-and-reports/economics-fintech-and-digital-currencies

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Cecchetti, S and K Schoenholtz (2019), ‘Finance and blockchain‘, in Fatás, A (eds), The Economics of Fintech and Digital Currencies, CEPR Press, Paris & London. https://cepr.org/publications/books-and-reports/economics-fintech-and-digital-currencies

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Tinn, K (2019), ‘Distributed ledger technologies and start-up financing‘, in Fatás, A (eds), The Economics of Fintech and Digital Currencies, CEPR Press, Paris & London. https://cepr.org/publications/books-and-reports/economics-fintech-and-digital-currencies

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Di Nicola Carena, E, P La Mura and A Rebucci (2019), ‘Blockchain technology and government applications: A proposal for a Global Patent Office‘, in Fatás, A (eds), The Economics of Fintech and Digital Currencies, CEPR Press, Paris & London. https://cepr.org/publications/books-and-reports/economics-fintech-and-digital-currencies

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Schilling, L and H Uhlig (2019), ‘Some simple Bitcoin economics‘, in Fatás, A (eds), The Economics of Fintech and Digital Currencies, CEPR Press, Paris & London. https://cepr.org/publications/books-and-reports/economics-fintech-and-digital-currencies

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Auer, R (2019), ‘The doomsday economics of 'proof-of-work' in cryptocurrencies‘, in Fatás, A (eds), The Economics of Fintech and Digital Currencies, CEPR Press, Paris & London. https://cepr.org/publications/books-and-reports/economics-fintech-and-digital-currencies

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Brunnermeier, M and D Niepelt (2019), ‘Digital money: Private versus public‘, in Fatás, A (eds), The Economics of Fintech and Digital Currencies, CEPR Press, Paris & London. https://cepr.org/publications/books-and-reports/economics-fintech-and-digital-currencies

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Andolfatto, D (2019), ‘Central bank digital currencies and private banks‘, in Fatás, A (eds), The Economics of Fintech and Digital Currencies, CEPR Press, Paris & London. https://cepr.org/publications/books-and-reports/economics-fintech-and-digital-currencies

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Berentsen, A and F Schar (2019), ‘Stablecoins: The quest for a low-volatility cryptocurrency‘, in Fatás, A (eds), The Economics of Fintech and Digital Currencies, CEPR Press, Paris & London. https://cepr.org/publications/books-and-reports/economics-fintech-and-digital-currencies

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Fatás, A and B Weder di Mauro (2019), ‘Initial coin offerings: Fundamentally different but highly correlated‘, in Fatás, A (eds), The Economics of Fintech and Digital Currencies, CEPR Press, Paris & London. https://cepr.org/publications/books-and-reports/economics-fintech-and-digital-currencies

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Amstad, M (2019), ‘Regulating fintech: Ignore, duck type, or code‘, in Fatás, A (eds), The Economics of Fintech and Digital Currencies, CEPR Press, Paris & London. https://cepr.org/publications/books-and-reports/economics-fintech-and-digital-currencies