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==Index and Glossary==
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==Parent topics==
==Parent topics==
 
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==Subtopics==
==Subtopics==
 
{{r|Federal Reserve System}}
{{r|Bank of England}}


==Other related topics==
==Other related topics==
 
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A list of Citizendium articles, and planned articles, about Fractional-reserve banking.
See also changes related to Fractional-reserve banking, or pages that link to Fractional-reserve banking or to this page or whose text contains "Fractional-reserve banking".

Index and Glossary

There is an index to the topics dealt with in the economics articles here, and a glossary of economic terms here.

Parent topics

  • Banking [r]: the system of financial intermediation that provides the principle source of credit to individuals and companies. [e]
  • Financial system [r]: The interactive system of organisations that serve as intermediaries between lenders and borrowers. [e]

Subtopics

  • Federal Reserve System [r]: The authority to which the United States government has assigned responsibility for the conduct of monetary policy and the supervision of member banks. [e]
  • Bank of England [r]: The central bank of the whole of the United Kingdom established in 1694, and is the model on which most modern, large central banks have been based. [e]

Other related topics