Financial Structure and Social Coalitional Equilibrium
In this paper, we give a general equilibrium model of the financial structure including money, bonds, and several banks and their integration and abolition. We treat a bank as a coalition of members of the society, (not as a member of the society), and use the social coalitional equilibrium concept for descripting the dynamic economic structure. This paper will provide a new perspective on the temporary general equilibrium approach for monetary and dynamic financial arguments.
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