Das Seminar "Currency Competition" findet im Wintersemester statt.

DozentAlexander Herborn
Datum: 12.10.21 (introduction), 19.01., 24.01. & 26.01.22
Raum: Seminarraum S201 S 2.101
Bewertung: Seminararbeit (Richtlinien)
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Deadline Seminararbeit: 28. Februar per Email an Alexander Herborn.

Seminar Content and Learning Objectives

The seminar is part of the modul International Economics. The seminar covers important topics of currency competition with a focus digital currencies.

Requirements and Evaluation

Students are required to attend one entire seminar, present their papers and actively participate in the discussions.

Download the Presentation on October 12, 2022

 

Seminar Topics

  Topics

1.

Hayek's Concept of Currency Competition

2.

Currency Competition after Bretton Woods - U.S. Dollar, German Mark and Japanese Yen

3.

Currency Competition in Europe before Euro Introduction

4.

Currency Competition in the Free Banking Era in the U.S. 

5.

Can Decentralized Finance Threaten the Role of Banks and Central Banks?

6.

Currency Competition Among Cryptocurrencies

7.

Drivers of the Market Capitalization of Cryptocurrencies

8.

Money Supply of Fiat Currencies vs. Money Supply of Cryptocurrencies

9.

Payment Flows without a Central Intermediary - How Can Trust and Consensus be Established?

10.

Competition between Digital Payment Systems - Liquidity, Network Effects, Power
11.

China's Digital Central Bank Currency (E-Yuan) - Realization and Objectives

12.

Monetary Policy Under a CBDC - Implementation and Transmission

13.

A CBDC for the Euro Area - Completing or Dividing the Monetary Union?

Seminar Dates

There will be a brief introduction to the seminars (Currency Competition and Deglobalization) on Tuesday, October 12 (11:15-12:45, Seminarraum 12, I274). Students will receive general information about term paper, presentation and the writing of academic papers.

 

Date

Time

1.

19.01.22

9:00 – 18:00

2.

24.01.22

9:00 – 18:00

3.

26.01.22

9:00 – 18:00

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