New technology is rapidly changing how we consume financial products and services: from everyday payments, to student and mortgage loans, to how we save for retirement. Yet by itself, there is no guarantee that this technology will deliver on the promise of a faster, safer, and more inclusive financial system. Professor Dan Awrey, author of the forthcoming book Bad Money: Technology, Regulation and Gresham's New Law, will discuss the importance of financial network governance and how we can use it to harness technology in pursuit of the public good.
Lunch will be served for those attending in person.
Speakers and Presenters
Cornell Law School Professor Dan Awrey