Abstinence theory of interest

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Abstinence Theory of Interest asserts that the money used for lending purposes is the money not used for consumption - which means, earning interest by abstaining from spending makes the funds possible and available for borrowers.[1]

The originator of the theory is Nassau William Senior.

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  1. ^ EconomyProfessor.com, Retrieved 2008-05-29