Monthly Archives: March 2015

QE exit [here we go again]

One memory of my final years at the Bank of England is that every two or three months we were commissioned new pieces of work on QE exit strategies, each time prompting ‘here we go again’ thoughts as the staff … Continue reading

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Raise the inflation target to 4 per cent.

A post from me on this topic that appeared on Ben Chu’s ‘Chunomics’ blog at the Independent.

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Post hawk ergo propter hawk

A rather forced pun to begin this waiting-room queue blog. But post hoc ergo propter hoc refers to the fallacy of concluding that since after all A we observed B, A must have caused B. This is a summary of … Continue reading

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