The Bank of England's monetary policy
Geoffrey Tootell ()
New England Economic Review, 2002, issue Q 2, 61-64
As the second oldest and perhaps the most renowned central bank, the Bank of England could provide some important insights into issues that may confront the Federal Reserve System in the future.
Keywords: Monetary policy - Great Britain; Bank of England; Banks and banking, Central - Great Britain (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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