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Analysis and insight into trends
in money and banking, and their impact
on the world's leading economies

The first Lecture and conference organised by the Institute of International Monetary Research - 2nd and 3rd November 2016

IIMR 2016 public lecture:- "What have we learned about money and banking during and since the Great Recession? by Professor Charles Goodhart, 2nd November 2016









Christopher Neely: The international experience of QE programmes - an American perspective




Diana Choyleva - QE - A pallative or a panacea?




George Selgin - "They did it again" - the Fed's role in the Great Constraction of 2008



 


Kevin Dowd - Rethinking unconventional monetary policy


Ryland Thomas - QE and broad money in the Bank of England's research programme


Professor Tim Congdon - Why QE was necessary





The great economist, John Maynard Keynes, said in his celebrated 1923 Tract on Monetary Reform, that changes in the value of money 'have produced in the past, and are producing now, the vastest social consequences, because, when the value of money changes, it does not change equally for all persons and for all purposes...[I]nflation and deflation alike...has inflicted great injuries'.