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This volume contains two major papers prepared for the Bank of England's Tercentenary Symposium in June 1994. The first, by Forrest Capie, Charles Goodhart and Norbert Schnadt, provides an authoritative account of the evolution of central banking. The second paper, by Stanley Fischer, explores the major policy dilemmas now facing central bankers.
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Bank Holiday Trip Tracker; England visitor satisfaction research; England visitor segmentation. Using our 2014 surveys, we've produced topic papers on three demographic groups: millennials, families and over 55s. Millennials: Get an overview of domestic tourism trends for the millennial generation (16-35 year olds) in 2014, as well as a breakdown of their top activities, regions and.
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Financial insecurity, food insecurity, and disability (2017): From researchers at the University of Oxford, this report is the most wide-ranging piece of research on the causes of food bank use in the UK. Emergency Use Only II (2017): This report evaluates changes in policy affecting people on very low incomes since 2014 and finds that more needs to be done to reduce hunger in the UK.