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Making monetary policy work for economic justice


Welcome news this week came from the IPPR Commission on Economic Justice with the publication of their interim report. Prominent voices in business, politics and academia have lent their weight to the report, which assesses the ‘broken’ economic model - or, as the authors prefer, ‘economic muddle’ - we in the UK are burdened with. The buzz around the publication throws up an opportunity to refine the proposals being mooted for reform, and to direct the debate towards areas that risk being overlooked.

Vince RichardsonHi Frank ,This is a second reply, my first disappeared.This is Vince btw not Richard.My answer is simple,you cannot cross the line between fiscal and monetary policy.end of...no argument .....however important anyone believes it to be,no one should smudge the divide or else you start a precedent tha...


FVLHi Richard,Thanks for your thoughts. Have you read the entire paper? This is a bit of different angle that is being put forward than what you seem to be suggesting IMO.Our position (at NEF) is that the private sector, Treasuries, Regulators and Central Banks all need to consider issues of climate ch...

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PJMThe suite of alkanes that we call petroleum -- otherwise known as oil -- is the product of the chemical reactions between calcium carbonate, iron oxide and water, at approximately 1500 degrees Celsius and 5 MPa pressure -- which are the conditions naturally occurring about 100 km below our planet's ...

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