A society without cash

Richard Wright
With countries like Sweden and Denmark moving closer to becoming cashless societies, Richard Wright unveils results of a study on the unexpected consequences when less coin and currency is being used for daily purchases.   Richard Wright is Professor and Chair of the Criminal Justice and Criminology Department in the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at Georgia State University and former Editor-in-Chief of Oxford Bibliographies [Criminology] and the British Journal of Sociology. He has been studying active urban street criminals — residential burglars, armed robbers, carjackers, and drug dealers — for over a quarter century.

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