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Fostering FinTech for Financial Transformation: The Case of South Korea

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The recent wave of financial innovation related to digitalisation has the potential to change the landscape of financial service providers quite dramatically, including with the emergence of FinTechvand BigTech companies as major players in the financial system. The chapters in this eBook analyse the pattern and progress of financial digitalisation across the globe and across a number of different dimensions and draw conclusions for regulatory policies. PDF Download Contents IntroductionThorsten Beck and Yung Chul Park Finance and technology: What is changing and what is notStephen G. Cecchetti and Kermit L. Schoenholtz Digital technology and financial innovation: A literature surveyThorsten Beck

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Fostering FinTech for Financial Transformation: The Case of South Korea

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Contents

Introduction
Thorsten Beck and Yung Chul Park

Finance and technology: What is changing and what is not
Stephen G. Cecchetti and Kermit L. Schoenholtz

Digital technology and financial innovation: A literature survey
Thorsten Beck

Market structure, regulation and the FinTech revolution
Antonio Fatas

Cryptocurrency regulation and enforcement in the US and Europe
Demelza Hays and Andrei Kirilenko

Fostering FinTech for financial transformation: The case of South Korea
Thorsten Beck, Taiki Lee, Yong Tae Kim and Yung Chul Park

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