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Self-funding Idea 31 July – 1 August, text 1–3 August 2012 Learning by explaining When I started to write the articles in this series , I thought I knew enough and understood things well enough, to be able to explain them to others and to correct their misunderstandings. Now, after havin ... - [detail] - [similar]
Cashless funding 6457
Cashless funding Ideas 5 and 20 August, text 22 August and 14–15 September 2012 None the richer, none the poorer This part: idea 20 August, text 22 August In my first article I showed how money creation occurs when a bank grants a cash loan to a borrower. The cash amount had been previou ... - [detail] - [similar]
Money out of thin air? 6238
Money out of thin air? 23–29 June 2012 Paradox Money creation does exist. And money creation does happen when a bank lends someone money. However, the bank doesn't create that money out of thin air. The money it hands over to the borrower, is actually money somebody else has put in the b ... - [detail] - [similar]
Capital requirement (I) 5923
Capital requirement (I) Idea 3 August, text 21 August 2012 Basel Accords So far, for the sake of simplicity, I ignored the capital requirement in my examples. (I said that before, in part 4 and part 10 .) But such a requirement does in fact exist. So I add it now, starting from the situa ... - [detail] - [similar]
Full reserve banking? 5474
Full reserve banking? 19 and 23 July 2012 Khan Academy The opposite of fractional reserve banking is full reserve banking. In a video available on Youtube, the Khan Academy explains how that works. Note that this video is impartial, it does not promote full reserve banking, it just expla ... - [detail] - [similar]
Money multiplier 4925
Money multiplier 29–30 June 2012 What happens with the money? At the end of the previous episode the situation was that Villager B had 90 dollars in his purse, borrowed from the bank. The bank could afford that, because Villager A had previously deposited $100. $10 are kept in the bank's ... - [detail] - [similar]
Your neighbour's money 4924
Your neighbour's money 13 and 19 March 2016, translated from Dutch by the author Introduction People think that when they borrow money from a bank, it is the neighbour's money they get (or somebody else's who lives in the same street, neighbourhood, city of country; but it's the basic id ... - [detail] - [similar]
Seigniorage (1) 4905
Seigniorage (1) 27 June and 1, 2 and 4 July 2016, translated from Dutch by the author Terminology and definition The word seigniorage is sometimes written seignorage, or in French seigneuriage. Seigniorage is the difference between the face value of a coin on the one hand (the value assi ... - [detail] - [similar]
Seigniorage (2) 4887
Seigniorage (2) 28 June 2016, translated from Dutch by the author Introduction This article and the previous one were written while preparing my planned critical article that should follow the praising one , these latter two (both in Dutch) in reaction to an article (also in Dutch) dated ... - [detail] - [similar]
Representing all value? 4726
Representing all value? 8–11 and 14 June 2013 Introduction The discussion on What Do They Know which I took part in last week, continued after that. Jake, also known as Jac, commented. I have mentioned him before here , and he's on Twitter as Jac (Twitter) . Below are some quotes, follow ... - [detail] - [similar]
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