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Has the Bank of England done too little too late?
The Article, 22 December 2022
The Bank of England has raised interest rates, but that does not mean it has been most effectively managing inflation risks.
The 100 trillion dollar question
The Article, 5 November 2021
My assessment of the finance pledges at COP26 and what really matters.
What should the Bank of England do about inflation?
The Article, 1 July 2021
The Bank should signal it will act if higher prices look likely to translate to higher inflation rate.
Companies must be discerning when picking causes to support
Financial Times, 9 June 2021
Unless CEOs and their boards are clear about their own values, and those of the companies they run, they will fall down a rabbit hole of confusion.
Covid has hit the poor hardest. Is the IMF right to call for a Jubilee?
The Article, 16 April 2021
The IMF's Fiscal Monitor is actually quite radical.
A fiscal No Man's Land: Modern Monetary Theory and the Budget
The Article, 4 March 2021
Spare a thought for finance ministers, and the opposition counterparts who aspire to replace them. The conventional wisdom was that they should at least make an attempt to follow fiscal rules. Now, there are no rules.
Some Humility is in order for years of austerity
Financial Times, 23 February 2021
My letter in the Financial Times on the need for a framework for economic policy decision-making.
Fixing The post-Covid economy
The Article, 14 August 2020
Responding to Brian Griffiths' article in The Article on the risks of inflation.
Policy Network, 1 October 2020
My contribution to Aftershock, Policy Network's series on the pandemic. Progressives have much to learn from ethical or 'ESG' investors.
It's not enough for investment funds to quote development goals
Comments made to This is Money
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