Limits on the process of bank deposit creation, Managerial Economics

Limits on the process of bank deposit creation

On the demand side, there may be a lack of demand for loans, or at least of borrowers who are sufficiently credit worthy.   On the supply side, the volume of bank deposits will not in general rise and fall as a result of changes in the amount of cash held or deposited by the public, since the public's currency requirements tends to be fairly stable, and roughly proportional to the volume of transactions.

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