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Haldane, A. G.
Haldane, Andrew G.
Astley, Mark S
Bank of England
Chadha, Jagjit S
Haldane, A G
Haldane, Andrew G
Haldane, Andrew G.
Hall, S G
Janssen, Norbert G J
Llewellyn, David T.
McCallum, Bennett T
Quah, Danny T.
Saporta, Victoria (1969-)
Analytics of sovereign debt restructuring
Andrew Haldane on Tim Congdon, Keynes, the Keynesians and Monetarism
Bail out or work out? theoretical considerations
Base Money Rules in the UK
Base Money Rules in the United Kingdom.
Designing Inflation Targets
Fixing financial crises in the twenty-first century
Forward-looking rules for monetary policy
IMF lending and creditor moral hazard
Independence and Accountability
Interest rate control in a model of monetary policy
Interest rates and the channels of monetary transmission: some sectoral estimates
Monetarism in Retrospect â€” and Prospect
Monetary policy surprises and the yield curve
Monetary Transmission Mechanism in the United Kingdom: Pass-Through and Policy Rules, The
Monetary Transmission Mechanism in The United Kingdom: Pass-Through & Policy Ru, The
Money as an Indicator
New Paradigms in Monetary Theory and Policy?
On Inflation Targeting in the United Kingdom.
Optimal collective action clause thresholds
Real interest parity, dynamic convergence and the European Monetary System
Resolution of International Financial Crises: Private Finance and Public Funds, The
Risk-Pricing and the Sub-Prime Crisis
Rules, Discretion and the United Kingdom's New Monetary Framework
Shoe-leather costs reconsidered
Short Long, The
simple model of money, credit and aggregate demand, A
Some costs and benefits of price stability in the UK
Some Costs and Benefits of Price Stability in the United Kingdom
Some Issues in Inflation Targeting
Sovereign liquidity crises: analytics and implications for public policy
Sterling's Relationship with the Dollar and the Deutschemark: 1976-89.
Testing real interest parity in the European Monetary System
UK Philips Curves and Monetary Policy
UK Phillips curves and monetary policy