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Does Bank Lending by Itself Set Off Boom and Bust Cycles?

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Tags Central BanksInflationMoney and Banks

10/14/2022Frank Shostak

What happens when banks lend money? It depends the lending process itself. If lending comes about because of an expansion of credit, then it creates problems.

Original Article: "Does Bank Lending by Itself Set Off Boom and Bust Cycles?"

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Does Bank Lending by Itself Set Off Boom and Bust Cycles?