In monetary economics, there have been two sides of banking, one that supports full reserve banking and the other that supports fractional reserve banking. This …
Trickle-down economics is often misunderstood and associated with tax cuts for the rich. It’s a top-down approach that believes benefits provided to the wealthy will eventually benefit everyone else.
The question of whether taxation is theft or redistribution depends on perspective. It can be viewed as a tool for addressing inequality or as a necessary means to fund public goods and services.
This article examines the preferences and implications of Fractional Reserve Banking versus 100% Reserve Banking in India’s free market. The majority favors interest earnings, supporting the prevalence of Fractional Reserve Banking and emphasizing consumer choice
Kautilya, an ancient Indian economist, influenced Indian society with his ideas on agriculture, trade, taxation, and the role of the state