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Jim

Who's the 'we' that Greg Mankiw (and you?) thinks need to figure out the consequences of any policy before it should be pursued? If we're waiting for economists to agree on it we could be waiting a long or indeed infinite time.

aje

Policymakers - if there's no rationale for understanding the likely effects of a policy then what's to say it won't cause more harm than good?

clare

QE, is only an option for countries who have fixed the roof while the sun shines. Given the state of the UK finances prior to Lehman's crash, we were in no position to start printing money.

Jim

AJE - agreed.

Nick

Clare - are you George Osbourne's speech writer?

aje

Jim - Wow. Am I supposed to stop blogging now?(!)

Jim

Well I never said I agreed with everything else you said, but yes, we should cherish this moment :)

Sarah Danes

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I feel that the Bank of England has done too much; and of the wrong sort; and thus the readjustment process required to renew the economy is not happening.

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