Emergence of Immediate Funds Transfer as a General-Purpose Means of Payment

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Summers, Bruce J. and Wells, Kirstin E. "Emergence of Immediate Funds Transfer as a General-Purpose Means of Payment," in Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. "Third Quarter and Fourth Quarter 2011, Volume XXXV, Issues 3 and 4," Economic Perspectives (Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago) (Third Quarter 2011) : 20-35. https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/5288/item/579044/toc/526302 , accessed on October 5, 2022.

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