The Stamp Memorial Lecture
Date: Tuesday 9 October 2012
Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building
Speaker: Professor Sir Mervyn King
Chair: Professor Craig Calhoun
Since 2008, we have experienced the worst financial crisis and recession since the 1930’s. What challenges does this pose to the intellectual foundations of monetary policy? Do we need a new approach?
Mervyn King is the Governor of the Bank of England. Before joining the Bank he was Professor of Economics at the LSE, and a founder of the Financial Markets Group.
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A transcript of Mervyn King's lecture is available to download: Twenty Years of Inflation Targeting (pdf).
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