The Economics of Credit Cards

The Economics of Credit Cards

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cards and other electronic payment vehicles are a large and increasingly important part of how we do business. cards allow consumers all over the world to have instantaneous access to to transact in both traditional in-person retail settings and over the Internet with businesses they will never see. In the U.S., we have become accustomed to paying for an increasing share of our purchases through electronic means.

But behind their convenience and speed lies an often misunderstood of consumer credit, two-sided markets, and network systems. Congressional action to regulate these markets must take into consideration the unique nature of this changing form of currency.

Professor and Professor will provide an overview of the trends and data related to usage, as well as explain the mechanisms which allow them to exist.

PDF: http://www.law.gmu.edu/assets/files/publications/working_papers/00-22.pdf

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