Chain of the Cycle of Money with and without Maximum and Minimum Mixed Savings


  • Challoumis C N.K.U.A. (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens)


chain of the cycle of money, maximum mixed savings, minimum mixed savings


This paper is about the chain of cycle of money using mixed savings. This means that there are examined the crucial points of tax policy and public policy which are the best for the increase of consumption and investments, subject to the case that there exists maximum and/or minimum mixed savings and the case that there is an absence of the maximum and/or the minimum mixed savings. Thence, there is the classic case of the cycle of money including mixed savings. Therefore, there is an analysis based on the utility of the public sector and the utility of uncontrolled enterprises. Thence, it is plausible to extract conclusions about the cycle of money, showing the points and the behaviors of any economy when there are and when there are not maximum and/or minimum mixed savings. For this scrutiny, the Q.E. method has been applied to the cycle of money.


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Challoumis C. (2023). Chain of the Cycle of Money with and without Maximum and Minimum Mixed Savings. European Multidisciplinary Journal of Modern Science, 23, 1–16. Retrieved from