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Model behaviour

This latest report from UK think tank the IEA looks at how economists can shape a post

Bailout for business after coronavirus

This latest report from UK think tank the Institute for Government looks at how the government can

Collecting dust

This latest report by UK think tank the Centre for Social Justice looks at problem debt in

Household debt and problem debt in British cities

This latest report from UK think tank Centre for Cities looks at levels of debt in people

Borrowing could hit £300bn as costs of coronavirus rise

This latest report from UK think tank the Centre for Policy Studies looks at the ongoing cost

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This paper examinines the structural, systemic and cultural issues in the UK’s anti-money-laundering regime as it relates to information and…

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By Mark Boleat

The City will survive Brexit, but it will not emerge unscathed. In order to remain competitive Britain’s financial services industry…

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By Scott Corfe; Nigel Keohane

The SMF define the poverty premium as “the extra cost that households on low incomes incur when purchasing the same…

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By Diego Zuluaga

Animosity towards the business of finance is ancient and persistent. Because finance creates intangible value, its contribution to society is…

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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 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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