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Home > News and Publications > The Spectre of Monetarism - speech by Mark Carney

The Spectre of Monetarism - speech by Mark Carney

05 December 2016

Given at Roscoe Lecture, Liverpool John Moores University


The Governor discusses the role of monetary policy in the midst of a technological revolution, and the underlying causes and consequences of weak real income growth and inequality. He sets out a way forward with three priorities for managing the forces of innovation and globalisation so that they work for everybody, and concludes on the current outlook for monetary policy.

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