Bank of England

Publication date: 2 Aug 2017 | Publication type: National Institute Economic Review | Theme: Macroeconomics, Britain & Finance | External authors: Allen, W A | JEL classification: E52, E58, E63 | Journal: National Institute Economic Review Issue 241 | Publisher: Sage Publications, London
This paper argues that the Bank of England’s independence in monetary policy has been compromised as a result of quantitative easing (QE) and makes practical suggestions for restoring it as far as possible, by transferring the gilts that the Bank has bought to the Debt Management Office of the...
Publication date: 31 Mar 2017 | Publication type: Policy Paper | Theme: Macroeconomics | Authors: Armstrong, A | Report number: 3
This is the third in our our new Policy Paper series, written by members of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research to specifically address a public policy issue. These may be evidence submitted to a public or parliamentary enquiry or policy research commissioned by a third party...
Publication date: 31 Jan 2017 | Publication type: Policy Paper | Theme: Macroeconomics | Authors: Allen, B | Report number: 1
This is the first in our our new Policy Paper series, written by members of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research to specifically address a public policy issue. These may be evidence submitted to a public or parliamentary enquiry or policy research commissioned by a third party...
Publication date: 29 Jul 2013 | Publication type: Press and broadcast | Theme: Macroeconomics | Authors: Holland, D
To what extent has the policy of the Bank of England helped to accelerate the economy? Should the Bank of England take action to try to slow inflation?   What impact will the ECB interest rate cut have? Should we expect further stimulus from the ECB?