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Wrong sort of inflation
Legacy of quantitative easing could be part of the problem, write Neil Williams and Taylor Pearce, OMFIF.
Understanding current inflation demands understanding the supply chain
Despite the hopes of some economists, bottlenecks in the supply chain will remain and contribute to inflation, writes Levin Holle, chief financial and logistics officer at Deutsche Bahn.
Keeping India’s global supply chains operational
The Indian government is boosting domestic and international investment across asset classes explains Akhilesh Tilotia, principal at National Investment and Infrastructure Fund.
Return of guns and butter: war, inflation and central banks
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is coinciding with persistent inflation, fuelled by surging energy prices, just as during the height of the cold war, writes David Marsh, chairman, OMFIF.
Central banks’ inflation trap: heading for a great escape or great reset?
High-net-worth individuals investing in ‘all that the government can’t print’, writes
Two faces of the BoE’s inflation stance
Small state is politically incompatible with Dickensian inequality, writes Brian Reading.
With Lawrence H Summers, US Secretary of the Treasury (1999-2001) and Mark Sobel, US Chair, OMFIF.
A macroeconomic overview and the Bank of England’s monetary policy
With Catherine Mann, External Member, Monetary Policy Committee, Bank of England.
The revival of inflation and the threat to central bank independence
Charles Goodhart, emeritus professor of economics at the London School of Economics and Political Science, talks to David Marsh, chairman of OMFIF, about his theses on the effects of demography and immigration, the revival of inflation and the threat to central bank independence.