Hill, Alastair (2012) Book review: inside the Bank of England: Sir Mervyn King, QE, and where to aim the blame. LSE Review of Books (13 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.
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The Bank of England is a uniquely powerful, influential and secretive institution, and in this inside account of the Bank, Dan Conaghan draws on interviews with senior Bank staff, shedding new light on the Bank’s role in the financial crisis. With its depth of source material and accessible style, Alastair Hill finds that Conaghan’s recent history of the Bank is timely, informative, and highly readable. The Bank: Inside the Bank of England. Dan Conaghan. Biteback. February 2012.
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H Social Sciences > HG Finance
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