AbstractThe quantization of money guides us with methodical precision to the decisive role of the quantitative reserve requirement as the single cause-effect systemics of cyclical processes in the advanced monetary production economy.This research compiles the foundation and ultimate conclusion of quantum monetary science and points to a more exact formulation of monetary economics.
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Date of creation: 2012
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quantum monetary science; monetary quantum; monetophysics;
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