Financial Policy

By George Selgin

In the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century, Scotland had a stable financial system. Its stability arose from the pressure…

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By Anthony J. Evans

Conventional monetary policy has serious flaws and contributed to the 2008 Global Financial Crisis. Since then, emergency monetary policy has…

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By Dr Gerard Lyons

As the world’s leading international financial centre, London faces fascinating opportunities as well as some significant challenges in coming years.…

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By Algirdas Brochard

The ECB seeks to increase trading in non-performing loans by reducing the pricing gap between prospective investors and banks. For…

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By Olivier Kraft

This paper focuses on the measures that can be taken at the UK level to strengthen the money service business…

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By Sam Hall; Andrew Harrop

For many years, pensions policy was characterised by a high degree of consensus, following the Pensions Commission in the mid-2000s.…

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By Naomi Clayton; Simon Jeffrey; Anthony Breach

Cities have a crucial role to play in supporting inclusive growth. But with few powers to control or raise taxes…

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By Claudia Wood; Simone Vibert

Demos carried out research during the summer of 2017 to get a better sense of how the public viewed their…

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By John Mills; Julian Jessop

John Mills is one of Britain’s most stimulating economic thinkers. Unusually, he has many decades of practical business experience and…

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