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Sam Levey shared Deficit Owls's How Does The Federal Government Actually Spend to the group: Economics.

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How Does The Federal Government Actually Spend? Professor L. Randall Wray, on with Steve Grumbine of Real Progressives, explaining what actually happens when the Treasury spends. Wray goes through a simplified version that leaves out some intermediate steps, but these intermediate steps all cancel out of the final process, and the end result is exactly what he describes. (Sort of like how if I gave something to you to give to your cousin for me, the net result is that I gave something to your cousin). When the Treasury goes to spend, it tells its bank, the Federal Reserve, to credit (turn a number into a larger number) the reserve account of a bank (banks all keep "reserve accounts" with...

Savings occurs when property rights are protected and these loanable funds then serve as the capital that leads to economic development. Those who attack property rights, savings, or capital are destructive of the well-being of humankind.

Bruce Koerber shared Mises Institute's photo to the group: Economics.

Savings occurs when property rights are protected and these loanable funds then serve as the capital that leads to economic development. Those who attack property rights, savings, or capital are destructive of the well-being of humankind.
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John EndeThat also funnels all the money into the lending institutions, exacerbating income disequity. The better way to grow the economy is to increase the consumer transactions. The more transactions, the more potential for sales/profits, driving producers to compete in the market for those sales, and therefore economic growth. Saving does not lead to economic growth, spending does.

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Anthony JosephYes. Saving withdraws money.

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Frank Levinesavings come from people‘s income

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Anthony JosephOfcourse it does. That's right Sir

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Anthony JosephWithdraws money from the Economy I meant

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Earl PierceLmao. . That's funny when you consider that money is created from nothing, but the policies behind it allows natural resources to be hoarded and "owned" by Private companies. All countries are in debt because of the current policies behind the creation of money. Private savings of this money have little to do with the greed based system that has been designed for us. That money in your saving about doesn't belong to you. Check the policies.

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Earl PierceThat said. . I feel where you're coming from with your post. We need a more just system that respects the efforts of others, the environment in which we live, and the fact that we are all in this together.

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Mark HadnotProperty rights have different social effects across the class spectrum. The greater the property owned, the greater the effects on all society, even worldwide.

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Aaron S. ZaslowI will agree that property rights are one of the only reasons that any saving can occur (since without them someone can just steal your savings/surplus) but it is not the only factor. Take the classic China vs United States example. Our country has arguibly much stronger property rights, but a culture more prone to credit- fueled consumption instead of saving. China on the other had has a svibg rate of almost 50%, which is the product of a lot of various factors (cultural bias to saving, lack of senior safety net, etc). I definitely feel that the study of what creats greater savings in society has far greater inputs than just property rights ( although it is a cornerstone of making savings a reality).

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Joe HightThere are times when there is too much saving, not enough demand. They are called recessions, It wasn't long ago when the world was in a Great Recession. But you are right. A full employment economy can only grow from saving that is converted to more capital via investment leading to increase labor productivity, and from labor force growth.

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Mark HadnotGovernments don't need savings to deficit spend.

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Thiru Neelakandansome persons savings money in precausionary motive..reduce their consumption expenditure its reduced autonomous linvestment and employment of the economy.

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John EndeShameless plug for your business, eh? Shall I notify the admin that you are using this page as personal advertising?

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