BoE should improve governance around research, review finds

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The Bank of England is able to produce “outstanding” research and analysis, but issues remain in the ways that research projects and staff are governed, an independent review finds.

“Our evaluation has found good evidence that the investment in research following the 2014 strategic plan has helped the bank make progress on its research objectives,” the BoE’s Independent Evaluation Office says in the report.

The 2014 “One Bank” strategic plan established several priorities across various

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