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This Quarterly Bulletin highlights the importance of financial education and poses some questions around the way young people will understand and engage with financial education in the future.
29 March 2022
Financial education in a digital world
The declining use of cash and increased digitisation of the economy raises important questions about the way young people learn about money. This provides both a challenge and an opportunity for the way financial education is delivered in the home and in the classroom.
QE at the Bank of England: a perspective on its functioning and effectiveness
Quantitative easing (QE) has become an important instrument of monetary policy for central banks, including the Bank of England. This article reviews the available evidence on the impact of QE and draws out lessons from that experience for the design and conduct of monetary policy. The article was written in response to a recommendation of the Bank’s Independent Evaluation Office last year that the Bank should periodically update technical audiences on its latest collective thinking on QE.