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Bank of England launches One Bank Research Agenda.

BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-February 26, 2015-Bank of England launches One Bank Research Agenda


The Bank of England on Wednesday reported the launch of its new One Bank Research Agenda, a framework designed to transform the way research is conducted at the Bank.

Goals of the Agenda include improving the coordination and openness of its research across all policy areas, to make sure than Bank makes the best use of its data, and to cultivate an extensive research community which covers the Bank and beyond.

Following consultation with researchers across the Bank and the wider academic community, the Bank has developed five core themes to guide its research: Policy frameworks and interactions; Evaluating regulation, resolution and market structures; Policy operationalisation and implementation; New data, methodologies and approaches; and Response to fundamental change.

Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, commented "Economies are complex, dynamic and constantly evolving systems that are underpinned by social interactions and behavioural change, shaped by fundamental forces like technology and globalisation and supported - or at times disrupted - by finance."

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Date:Feb 26, 2015
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