Forthcoming events include:
Introduce Competition and Contribution for Successful Healthcare and Pensions! Changes Needed if UK is to Meet Rising Demand
Western societies are ageing. As people live longer, the ratio of workers to pensioners continues to shrink. At the same time the costs for healthcare and pensions are rising.
Can governments meet growing need and balance the books while encouraging economic growth?
In Paying for the Future: Working Systems for Pensions and Healthcare, Ludger Schuknecht and economists from Germany’s Finance Ministry explain what makes systems effective and cost-efficient.
Early in 2015 the European Central Bank (ECB) committed to a course of Quantitative Easing (QE) for the Eurozone, committing 60bn Euros a month to the zone’s faltering economy until September 2016.
QE for the Eurozone - What Does This Mean?
Sensible, Appropriate and Well-Calibrated
Professor Tim Congdon CBE
Many people are baffled by 'quantitative easing' and its impact on troubled economies. Yet, QE has been widely adopted by central banks in the last few years to boost demand, output and employment, and to escape the macroeconomic malaise that has afflicted the advanced industrial countries during and since the Great Recession of 2008 - 10.
The European Central Bank’s adoption of a QE programme follows similar action by the Federal Reserve, the Bank of Japan and the Bank of England.
You can read Professor Congdon's analysis here.