4th January 2020
“Is monetary policy exhausted? Is it possible that the state cannot create extra money balances? In your answer discuss in detail the methods by which the state – understood to include both the government and the central bank – can create new money balances and the implications for the economy of those different methods.”
Entries should be no longer than 2,500 words long.
All entries to the competition should be submitted by 11.59pm on Friday 4th January 2019.
The winning entry will receive a prize of £1,000. There is also a second prize of £300 and a third prize of £200.
If you wish to enter, visit the IEA website.
Workshop of money, monetary policy and the Eurozone: hosted by Daniel Hannan MEP at the European Parliament
29th October 2019
Speakers include Professor Tim Congdon, Charles Goodhart, Geoffrey Wood and Pedro Schwartz
If you wish to attend, please contact email@example.com
The Royal Automobile Club, London.
Robert Skidelsky will be speaking on the current debate on the use of fiscal policy.
12th November 2019 | 18:30
13th November 2019 at the IEA Headquarters, Westminster, London