Banknote Quality in Australia

Article OPEN
Arianna Cowling; Monica Howlett;
(2012)
  • Subject: Banknotes; Banknote quality; Banknote distribution; Currency

The Reserve Bank aims to keep the quality of banknotes in circulation high to ensure that they meet the needs of the public and to make it more difficult for counterfeits to be passed or remain in circulation. This article discusses the quality of banknotes in Australia... View more
  • References (3)

    Bagnall J and D Flood (2011), 'Cash Use in Australia: New Survey Evidence', RBA Bulletin, September, pp 55-62.

    Bailey A (2009), 'Banknotes in Circulation - Still Rising. What Does this Mean for the Future of Cash?', Speech at the Banknote 2009 Conference, Washington DC, 6 December.

    Cleland V (2011), 'Challenges in Note Circulation - Availability and Quality of Low Denomination Notes', Speech at the International Commercial Cash Operations Seminar, Europe, the Middle East and Africa: The Currency Cycle Conference, Barcelona, 21 March.

  • Metrics
Share - Bookmark