A new research agenda for the Bank of England

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When my appointment as governor was announced in December 2019, I did not imagine how different the world could look just nine months later. The 2020s are shaping up to be quite different from the 2010s. So this is an opportune time for the Bank of England to launch its new agenda for research, by setting out the most important intellectual challenges for central banks and how we will target our research to meet those challenges.

Research is a fundamental activity for all central banks. In the

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