How payment systems affect monetary policy

Payment systems have undergone significant changes over the past decade. The purpose of this article is to shed light on a matter which has been little discussed as these changes took place: the interaction between payment systems and monetary policy.1 To begin with I develop the conceptual framework for the analysis and briefly sketch the main prerequisites for monetary policy that are relevant for the interaction with payment systems. Second, I discuss how payment systems influence and

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