Program: Monetary

Inequality Should Matter for Central Banks

and | 16 February 2017
Blog, Monetary | Tags: Central Banks, Inequality, Quantitative Easing
Central bankers have long been discreet about the links between monetary policy and inequality. They justify this reserve by the fact that their mandates do not charge them with addressing inequality and they generally argue that by providing price stability, central banks maintain the existing ... continue reading

Central Banking, Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability

14-15 November 2016
Monetary, Workshops | Tags: Climate, Environment, Financial Stability, Interest Rates, Macroprudential
Co-organized with the Bank of England ... continue reading

Monetary Policy, Macroprudential Regulation and Inequality

3-4 October 2016
Monetary, Workshops | Tags: Financial Stability, Inequality, Inflation, Interest Rates, Macroprudential, QE
Co-organized with the International Monetary Fund ... continue reading

Global Finance, Debt and Sustainability

3 October 2016, Zurich, Switzerland
Lectures, Monetary | Tags: Climate Change, Debt, Financial Regulation, Housing, Inequality
CEP Lecture by Adair Turner co-hosted with the IMF. Lord Turner has been a Senior Fellow at the Institute for New Economic Thinking since 2013, and in 2015 became Chairman of the Institute’s Governing Body. ... continue reading

Quantitative Easing Is Back – But Will It Help the Real Economy?

| 15 August 2016
Blog, Monetary | Tags: QE
Last week the Bank of England surprised commentators with the scale of its post-Brexit monetary stimulus package. It included a new £70bn round of quantitative easing (QE), the first since 2012, as well as the more widely predicted 0.25% cut to interest rates. The idea ... continue reading