shoe-leather costs of inflation

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The suggestion that one of the real costs of expected inflation is that it increases transaction costs by inducing people to economize on their money holdings. The shoe-leather concerned was worn out making more frequent trips to the bank to avoid carrying large stocks of cash. A similar effect applies to other transaction costs.

Subjects: Economics.

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