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Tim Congdon is Founder and Chairman of The Institute of International Monetary Research at the University of Buckingham. He founded Lombard Street Research in 1989, where he was managing director (until 2001) and chief economist (from 2001 to 2005). He also served for five years (1992-97) as a member of the Treasury Panel of Independent Forecasters, the ‘Wise Men’. His books include Central Banking in a Free Society and Keynes, the Keynesians and Monetarism, while his Politeia publications include QE for the Eurozone: Sensible, Appropriate, and Well-Calibrated (2015) and Providing for Pensions: Savings in a Free Society (2005).

11 posts

A Question of Identity

  • By Professor Tim Congdon CBE
  • June 6, 2014

Last night the Conservatives held Newark in a tough by-election fight. But the results show that voters are switching in their thousands to UKIP.

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