STICERD Public Lecture
Date: Tuesday 19 November 2002
Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building
Speaker: Mervyn King
Chair: Professor Timothy Besley
Ten years ago, the then governor of the Bank of England delivered the inaugural LSE Bank if England lecture which argued the case for price stability. In this lecture, Mervyn King will examine whether ten years of inflation targeting have delivered the promised benefits, and discuss the challenges that lie ahead.
Mervyn King has been deputy governor of the Bank of England since 1998, responsible for monetary policy, and a member of the Monetary Policy Committee. Prior to this he was the Bank of England's chief economist and executive director.
All tickets for this event have now gone. There will be a returns queue in operation on the night of the event, with any seats left unfilled by ticket holders just before the event begins being filled by people from the returns queue.
There will also be an audiolink to the New Theatre, East Building. Entry to this venue will be on a first come first serve basis.
A transcript of this lecture is available at the Bank of England website