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Token money

Token money is money whose face value exceeds its cost of production. Most modern coins used in circulation are token money, as are paper notes.
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Highly Cited
2018
Highly Cited
2018
We propose a pseudo-market mechanism for no-monetary-transfer allocation of indivisible objects based on priorities such as those… 
2015
2015
Tulisan ini mengkaji akad-akad muamalat dalam kitab Fath al-Qarib al-Mujib karya Muhammad Ibn Qasim al-Ghazziy (w.918 H/1512 M… 
2014
2014
In the late nineteenth century two forms of non-cash payments existed on the Louisiana cotton plantations Lakeview and Theoda… 
2007
2007
Every quantitative order has a structure. These structures vary greatly between different orders, for example, those of mass… 
2007
2007
The goal of this paper is to enhance the Chartalist approach to the origin of money, by embedding it in the concrete historical… 
2002
2002
As in real life, in ambient intelligence environments, where ubiquitous computing, ubiquitous communication and intelligent user… 
2001
2001
The present paper concentrates to study an important aspect of al-Ghazali economic thought, money and interest, and with rigorous… 
1996
1996
On the example of recent coin emissions the author explores the possibilities of managing this form of money and discusses… 
1996
1996
On the example of recent coin emissions the author explores the possibilities of managing this form of money and discusses… 
1986