The Policy Implications of Economic Imbalances - speech by Kate Barker

Royal Bank of Scotland/Scottish Economic Society Annual Lecture - Kate Barker
Published on 23 October 2001

In her speech today Ms Barker, a member of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee, considers the present challenges facing the Committee. She notes at the outset that the catchword for the UK economy in 2001, has been 'imbalance' and that this was also true of the international economy to a lesser extent, even ahead of the terrible events of 11 September.

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