Barker on adjusting to low inflation

SPEECH - In the speech 'Adjusting to low inflation - Issues for policy' Kate Barker of the Bank of England said that if the Bank tried to control the build-up of house-hold debt, it might restrain growth in the economy, making people worse off and undershooting its inflation target.

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Speech by Kate Barker, member of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee, at the Manchester Statistical Society Meeting

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