29th April 2021
The letter in the Financial Times (20/4/21) signed, among other economists, by our Chairman and Director, ‘BoE must end its asset purchases to avoid stoking inflation‘, has been discussed in the Evening Standard, ‘Inflation worriers are fretting about the wrong thing‘.
28th April 2021
The Institute of Economic Affairs has published a report by our director, Dr. Juan Castaneda, on the Modern Monetary Theory. You can read it here.
27th April 2021
The letter in the Financial Times (20/4/21) signed, among other economists, by our Chairman and Director, ‘BoE must end its asset purchases to avoid stoking inflation‘, has been discussed in the Investors’ Chronicle article, ‘Money’s misleading message for inflation‘.
20th April 2021
Our Chairman and Director have signed a letter, published by the Financial Times, to end the Bank of England’s asset purchases programme (i.e. QE). You can access the letter here.
25th February 2021
You can read the article ‘The Money Boom Is Already Here’ by the members of our Advisory Council, Steve Hanke and John Greenwood, on the excess in money growth in the US since March 2020, and higher inflation rates coming ahead here.
23rd February 2021
You can now watch Tim Congdon’s contribution to the House of Lords Economic Affairs’ Inquiry on QE, on 9th February 2021 here.
9th February 2021
Our Chairman, Tim Congdon, took part in the Economic Affairs Committee’s second evidence session on its quantitive easing inquiry. You can read more here.
7th February 2021
Our Chairman, Tim Congdon, is quoted in The Times by David Smith, on the discussion of negative interest rates and the expected effects of much higher rates of growth of money in the UK. You can read more here.
2nd February 2021
Our latest article in OMFIF’s monthly Bulletin, “A surge in inflation is on the horizon: Money supply growth will make an impact eventually” by our Chairman, Tim Congdon, and Director, Juan Castaneda, is now available to read here.
14th January 2021
Our Chairman, Tim Congdon, was quoted in The Telegraph by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard on the early signals of inflation in the US economy, which anticipate a policy change by the Fed even in 2021. This forecast is in line with the IIMR reports on the effects of the increase in the amount of money since March 2020.