National Institute Economic Review: April 2006

Pub. Date
28 April, 2006

The <i>National Institute Economic Review</i> is the quarterly journal of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, published quarterly in January, April, July and October of each year. Each edition includes detailed forecasts of both UK and World economies, commentary on current issues, a comprehensive statistical appendix and articles by NIESR researchers and external authors.

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The April 2006 edition of the <i>National Institute Economic Review</i> contains (click for summaries):

<ul><li><a href="/pubs/searchdetail.php?PublicationID=1083">The savings-investment balance: is there a UK investment shortfall?</a></li>

<li><a href="/pubs/searchdetail.php?PublicationID=1081">UK economy forecast</a></li>

<li><a href="/pubs/searchdetail.php?PublicationID=1082">World Economy Forecast </a></li>

<li><a href="/pubs/searchdetail.php?PublicationID=1084"> The new monetary regime: Introduction </a></li>

<li> Central bank independence: economic and political dimensions </li>

<li> The Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee: a view from a parliamentary specialist adviser </li>

<li> What are the right models and policies for a world of low inflation? </li>

<li> The brave new world of central banking: the policy challenges posed by asset price booms and busts </li>

<li> An independent Bank of England: is that enough? </li></ul>