"macroeconomics" blog posts

The link between adhering to gender norms and career outcomesFemale and male signs against pink and blue backgrounds respectively.

The link between adhering to gender norms and career outcomes

Professor Ian Burn’s research uses a novel measure of gender typicality to explore whether conforming to gender norms impacts career opportunities, especially form men.

Posted on: 3 June 2024

What Ben Bernanke’s review might change in the Bank of England’s forecasting modelsWhat Ben Bernanke’s review might change in the Bank of England’s forecasting models

What Ben Bernanke’s review might change in the Bank of England’s forecasting models

Professor Costas Milas makes suggestions of what the Bernanke Review should include, ahead of the publication of Ben Bernanke's review of the Bank of England’s forecasting models.

Posted on: 4 April 2024

Lessons learnt from the experience of lasting zero interest rates and non-standard monetary policy measures Lessons learnt from the experience of lasting zero interest rates and non-standard monetary policy measures

Lessons learnt from the experience of lasting zero interest rates and non-standard monetary policy measures

Read Bank of Greece Governor, Professor Yannis Stournaras, speech for his guest speaker talk at the University of Liverpool, about the lessons learnt from the experience of lasting zero interest rates and non-standard monetary policy measures, on 26 February 2024.

Posted on: 26 February 2024

Do geopolitical risks influence UK monetary policy?Do geopolitical risks influence UK monetary policy?

Do geopolitical risks influence UK monetary policy?

In their search for factors influencing UK monetary policy, Costas Milas and Michael Ellington trace the impact of geopolitical risks and oil prices on CPI inflation, GDP growth and monetary policy over the last 65 years. 

Posted on: 9 February 2024

Assisting central banks in making optimal monetary decisionsAssisting central banks in making optimal monetary decisions

Assisting central banks in making optimal monetary decisions

Professor Oliver de Groot presents a toolkit to assist central banks’ monetary policy decisions with optimal projections.

Posted on: 4 January 2024