Call For Papers: Quantitative Easing & Quantitative Tightening

The National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR) and the Centre for Macroeconomics are hosting a one-day conference. This timely workshop will support the careful assessment of monetary, fiscal and debt management policies. For example, at its August 2022 meeting the Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of England indicated how it intended to reverse QE.

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22 August, 2022
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With contributions from some of the world’s leading authorities on monetary policy and more broadly, macroeconomic policy, this conference will provide a critical overview of the use of unconventional monetary policy.

The workshop will take place on Friday 30 September, at the NIESR Offices, 2 Dean Trench Street, SW1P 3HE. The event will be in-person only, however transcriptions of the event will be made available online afterwards.

There will be a keynote address from Professor John Moore, The University of Edinburgh. And contributions from Ricardo Reiss (LSE), Bill Allen (NIESR), Francis Breedon (Queen Mary University), Iryna Kaminska (Bank of England), Jumana Saleheen (Vanguard) and Katharine Neiss (PGIM). We also expect policy makers to be in attendance. We invite submissions of full papers relevant to but not necessarily restricted to the following
broad issues:

  • Inflation targeting and forms of yield curve control;
  • Unconventional monetary policy in theory and practice;
  • Implementing quantitative tightening.

Papers with a UK dimension are particularly welcome.

Submission Procedure
Deadline: 9 September 2022, with decisions made by mid-September
Process: Please send all papers to Dr Kemar Whyte (