Spending Seigniorage; Do Central Banks Have a Governance Problem?
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KeywordsCentral banking; Central banks and their policies; Central banks; Government expenditures; Governance; seigniorage; expenditures; central bank; reserve accumulation; currency composition; Structure; Scope; and Performance of Government;
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