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- How could a publicly-owned bank help an economically struggling state?
- Who would benefit from a publicly-owned bank?
- How would a publicly-owned bank be different from a privately-owned one?
- Don’t we already have a national public bank in the Federal Reserve, with a network of regional Fed banks around the country?
- Would publicly-owned banks provide unfair competition to local privately-owned banks?
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Among other things, publicly owned banks offer counter-cyclical relief by (1) issuing badly needed credit at low, or no, cost to the state, thus providing a means of revitalizing infrastructure and other services that are now endangered (according to studies, … Continue reading
First, the mission of the publicly-owned bank is to serve the public interest, while that of the privately-owned bank is to serve its shareholders by delivering profits. Second, the profits of the publicly-owned bank would be returned to the public, … Continue reading
Public banks are financial institutions owned by government entities, such as cities, states, and nations. The initial capital for a public bank often comes from a government appropriation or the proceeds of a loan arranged for the purpose of making … Continue reading
PBI Journal is Published! Welcome to the first issue of the Public Banking Institute Journal. We have searched to find the most well-researched and well-written articles in the field.The United States has few publicly-owned banks and little technical literature on … Continue reading