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Monetary policy in the intangible economy - speech by Jonathan Haskel
Given at a lecture at the University of Nottingham
11 February 2020
Companies are increasingly investing in things like software, data and research instead of machinery and equipment. Jonathan Haskel looks at what this trend means for monetary policy and interest rates.