Jagjit S Chadha is director of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research. Previously, he was professor of economics at the University of Kent and also at Cambridge University. He was professor of economics at the University of St Andrews and Fellow at Clare College, Cambridge. He has also worked at the Bank of England on Monetary Policy and as chief quantitative economist at BNP Paribas, and has served as chair of the Money, Macro and Finance Research Group. He has acted as specialist adviser to the House of Commons Treasury Committee and academic adviser to the Bank of England and HM Treasury, and many central banks, as well as to the Bank for International Settlements. In London, he was the Mercers’ School Memorial Professor of Commerce at Gresham College from 2014–18.
Jagjit Chadha analyses the shifting outlook for the world economy
Jagjit Chadha says the current moment calls for subtle policy engineering
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Jagjit Chadha offers advice to policy-makers struggling to navigate between economic shocks
The global economy is heading into dangerous territory, writes Jagjit Chadha
We are facing a serious inflation threat that will test the resolve of central bankers, writes Jagjit Chadha
The one certainty we have faced is that we must confront uncertainty, which is precisely the point of this wonderful book