BoE open to heterodox tools in new research agenda

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The Bank of England (BoE) says it is open to new ways of economic thinking, including so-called heterodox approaches, as it grapples with profound changes in the economy.

The central bank launched a new research agenda today (September 1), outlining five areas of focus for the years ahead: monetary policy; the international system; prudential policy; the future of finance; and the “transformed world”, a category that includes forces such as climate change and the after-effects of the Covid-19

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