Is Quantitative Easing Still Necessary?

Is Quantitative Easing Still Necessary?

Spend some time with Trevor as he talks through his thoughts on central bank monetary policy and the potential consequences of the reversal of quantitative easing.
Overview

Monetary policy was stretched to new levels of involvement during the crisis of 2008. Central banks resorted to policies such as Quantitative Easing (QE) that have never been seen before. However, does our economy today still need these policies?

Key learning objectives:

  • Quantitative Easing’s impact on the economy

  • The dangers of ending QE and what it means to return to normal policies

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Trevor Williams

Trevor Williams

Trevor is a visiting professor at the University of Derby and an economic consultant. He is the author of several books and articles and is former Chief Economist of Lloyds Banking Group.

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