A Strategic Market Game with Seigniorage Costs of Fiay Money

@article{Shubik2001ASM,
  title={A Strategic Market Game with Seigniorage Costs of Fiay Money},
  author={Martin Shubik and Dimitrios P. Tsomocos},
  journal={Microeconomic Theory eJournal},
  year={2001}
}
A model that includes the cost of producing money is presented and the nature of the inefficient equilibria in the model are examined. It is suggested that if one acknowledges that transactions are a form of production, which requires the consumption of resources, then the concept of Pareto optimality is inappropriate for assessing efficiency. Instead it becomes necessary to provide an appropriate comparative analysis of alternative transactions mechanisms in the appropriate context. 
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