Kenneth Rogoff, professor of economics at Harvard University, argues that there is little need for law-abiding citizens to have US$100 bills, or similarly large banknotes. Photo: Bloomberg Kenneth Rogoff, professor of economics at Harvard University, argues that there is little need for law-abiding citizens to have US$100 bills, or similarly large banknotes. Photo: Bloomberg
Kenneth Rogoff, professor of economics at Harvard University, argues that there is little need for law-abiding citizens to have US$100 bills, or similarly large banknotes. Photo: Bloomberg

Currency killer: meet the Harvard economist who wants to get rid of cash

Kenneth Rogoff, professor of economics at Harvard University, argues that there is little need for law-abiding citizens to have US$100 bills, or similarly large banknotes. Photo: Bloomberg Kenneth Rogoff, professor of economics at Harvard University, argues that there is little need for law-abiding citizens to have US$100 bills, or similarly large banknotes. Photo: Bloomberg
Kenneth Rogoff, professor of economics at Harvard University, argues that there is little need for law-abiding citizens to have US$100 bills, or similarly large banknotes. Photo: Bloomberg
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