Today we have Prof. J Scott Christianson with us to talk about Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs) in detail and to understand their pros and cons.
Prof. Scott is an Associate Teaching Professor of Management at the Trulaske College of Business, University of Missouri, where his interests are focused on the impact of emerging technology on society and geopolitics.
Scott on Twitter: @JScottMO
Scott's Website: https://www.christiansonjs.com
Scott's Newsletter: http://profcnews.com
Scott's Session on CBDC: https://youtu.be/R6xGFsopo64
Transcript and Chapter Markers: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1968123/10970541
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Associate Teaching Professor (University of Missouri)
J Scott Christianson is an Associate Teaching Professor of management at the Trulaske College of Business, where his interests are focused on the impact of emerging technology on society and geopolitics.