See also:trust . The word is used also to
See also:express the repute which a
See also:person has, or the estimation in which he is held . In a commercial sense
See also:credit is the promise to pay at a future
See also:time for valuable
See also:consideration in the
See also:present: hence, a reputation of solvency and ability to make such payments is also termed credit . In
See also:book-keeping credit is the side of the account on which payments are entered; hence, sometimes, the payments themselves . The
See also:part which credit plays in the production and
See also:exchange of
See also:wealth is discussed in all economic text-books, but
See also:special reference may be made to K . Knies, Geld and Kredit (1873-1879), and H . D . Macleod, Theory of Credit (1889-1891) . See also
See also:Hartley Withers, The Meaning of
See also:Money (1909) .
LORENZO DI CREDI (1459-1537)
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