Housekeeping (finance)

In the field of finance , the dwelling (a word invented in France during the construction of the first railways) is the cost associated with the possession of the currency 1 , 2 . For Gold , the dwelling corresponds to its storage cost. Other currencies such as melting currencies integrate the dwelling to promote their circulation.

History

According to the economist Bernard Lietaer , systems evoking the residence exist at least since ancient Egypt , as evidenced by some ostrakons

Origins of the word

The railways were getting paid for cars not used by a company, to encourage the movement of cars, and a faster turnaround. some systems complementary currencies or alternative integrate this principle (eg respectively Terra(international barter currency (Countertrade) to demeurage rate set and clear) or demurrage of Silvio Gesell rate demeurage arbitrary).

See also

Related Articles

  • interest (finance)
  • Wear (finance)
  • Amortization
  • Interests of a company’s stakeholders
  • Complementary currencies
  • Melting money
  • ostrakon

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References

  1. ↑ Interview with Bernard Lietaer by France Culture, issuing Ruth Stégassy entitled Complementary currencies circulated 2012/02/04 (B. Leitaer is an economist and university (Belgium), monetary architect cofounder of the European currency , research professor at the Berkeley University (California), author of the book Future of Money (2001), translated into 18 languages, and author of ” At the Heart of Money ” (Ed: Yves Michel, 2011)
  2. ↑ Bernard Lietaer, World Mutation, innovation and monetary crisis [ archive ] ; Editions of dawn; Threshold Broadcast)

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