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Christopher Dow

CHRISTOPHER TAYLOR is former Teaching Fellow at Judge Business School, Cambridge, and previously held positions as Senior Research Fellow at the Royal Institute of International Affairs, and Visiting Fellow at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, UK. He spent twenty years in the Economics Division at the Bank of England, latterly as Chief Adviser in the European Division. He has published widely on the EMU, monetary policy and macroeconomics.
 
GRAHAM HACCHE worked at the International Monetary Fund for over twenty five years, latterly as Deputy Director if the External Relations Department. Prior to this he worked as a consultant for the OECD and as an Economist at the Bank of England. Publications include The IMF Staff's View of the World, Policies for Developing Forward Foreign Exchange Markets and The Theory of Economic Growth: An Introduction.

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Inside the Bank of England
Memoirs of Christopher Dow, Chief Economist 1973-84

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Christopher Dow was one of the most accomplished British economists of the post-war generation. His influence - and relative anonymity - came from devoting his...
Christopher Dow

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