Sustainable Credit And Interest Rates
AbstractWith negative growth in real production in many countries and debt levels which become an increasing burden on developed societies, the calls for a change in economic policy and even the monetary system become louder and increasingly impatient. We research the consequences of a system of credit and debt, that still allows for the expansion of credit and fundamentally retains many features of the present monetary system, without the instability inherent in the present system.
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Date of creation: Nov 2011
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