An inter-governmental body is encouraging the replacement of currency with the objective of discouraging illegal economic activities. This policy is analyzed in a search-theoretic monetary economy with government enforcement. Individuals choose a legal or illegal production and settle trades via quid-pro-quo or monetary exchange.
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