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Central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) in Latin America and the Caribbean

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by Viviana Alfonso C, Steven Kamin and Fabrizio ZampolliOur statistical analysis identifies important drivers of engagement in CBDC development: the extent of innovation, the presence of fast payment systems, government effectiveness, financial account ownership, financial development more generally and the extent of the public's interest in CBDCs.

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by Viviana Alfonso C, Steven Kamin and Fabrizio Zampolli
Our statistical analysis identifies important drivers of engagement in CBDC development: the extent of innovation, the presence of fast payment systems, government effectiveness, financial account ownership, financial development more generally and the extent of the public's interest in CBDCs.
International Settlement
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