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The rights and wrongs of quantitative easing


"Quantitative Easing - Lessons from History" (PDF)

Author: George Trefgarne

Publication date: 6 November 2009

The report argues that quantitative easing carries many serious risks most significantly the concern that it will result in hyper-inflation. The author criticises the lack of parliamentary scrutiny that the quantitative easing program has received.


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