Econophysics: Can antimoney prevent the next financial crisis?

( —Borrowing and lending money are essential interactions in a thriving economy, yet they come with their own set of risks. For instance, the credit money that is often involved in lending is thought to play a major role in causing large-scale financial crises, such as real estate collapses. As part of this balancing act, economists face the challenge of simultaneously maintaining both liquidity and stability (in the form of a constant money supply) to keep the economy moving along at a steady, controlled pace.

from Physics News

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