Bank of England Quarterly Bulletin Autumn 2002

REPORT - Of particular interest in the Autumn Quarterly Bulletin, released Monday, are the articles 'Committees versus individuals: an experimental analysis of monetary policy decision-making' where a simple experiment with students apparently confirmed that committees make better decisions than individuals and 'Parliamentary scrutiny of central banks in the United Kingdom' which shows that Bundesbank officials did not report at all to the parliament.

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