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Title: A New Hypothesis on the Demand for Money: The “Accounting” Motive and Banks’ costs[1]
Authors: Lauchlin Currie
Keywords: Accounting
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: Emerlad
Description: After identifying and defending the concepts of money and the demand for it used in this paper, it is argued that the heavy cost of maintaining checking accounts is not reasonably explained by the conventional listing of motivations, especially in the case of large deposits.
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