Trias Pecuniae: A summary

The perspective of a trias pecuniae is about applying Montesquieu’s trias politica to all wealth. A tripartite division of wealth powers consists of the fiscal power, the monetary power and the credit power and they are found with governments, central banks and all houses of credit. By removing future income from the equation of eligible collateral, a tripartite division of wealth powers can be balanced in that all arrangements of credit necessarily become self-liquidating.

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