Ballerina gives BoE a lesson in transformation

Tamara Rojo as Medora in Le Corsaire. Photo: Erik Doble

The artistic director of the English National Ballet (ENB) offered the Bank of England (BoE) advice on how it might transform in a more creative direction today (February 10), during an unusual conversation with the bank's chief economist.

The event formed part of the BoE's 'One Bank' seminar series, which aims to draw lessons for central banking from more diverse disciplines than just economics. Past events have spanned the almost-conventional – Adair Turner on helicopter money – to the more

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