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MacroVoices #177 Dr. Peter Warburton: Inflation or Stagflation? And how will it occur?

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male silhouette.Erik Townsend and Patrick Ceresna welcome Dr. Peter Warburton to MacroVoices. Erik and Dr. Warburton discuss:

  • “Blowing Up the Box” – what is the policy box?
  • Factors that affect long term outlook for inflation
  • History of inflation and policy framework
  • Inflation is necessary for successful financial repression
  • What is causing the “policy box” to be redesigned
  • History of inflation targeting and inflation controls
  • Driving factors for inflation expectations
  • Is the recent breakout in gold a sign of inflation?
  • Outlook on next QE
  • Is stagflation imminent?

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Peter Warburton has worked as an applied economist in London since 1975, graduating from Warwick University with a Masters degree and gaining a doctorate from City University in 1988. He is the 
director of Economic Perspectives Ltd, an international consultancy founded in 1996, and managing director of Halkin Services Ltd, an international risk analysis and asset allocation service, founded in 2002.  He was economist to Ruffer LLP, an investment management company for 15 years and spent a similar length of time in the City as economic advisor and UK economist for the investment bank Robert Fleming and at Lehman Brothers.  Previously, he was an economic researcher, forecaster and lecturer at the London Business School and what is now the Cass Business School.  He is  the author of Debt and Delusion, subtitled ‘central Bank follies that threaten economic disaster’, a critical analysis of the uses and abuses of debt in the global financial system, first published in 1999. He has been a member of the Institute of Economic Affairs’ Shadow Monetary Policy Committee since its inception in 1997. He is a contributor to the Practical History of Financial Markets course run by Didasko, an education company at Edinburgh University, and teaches occasionally at Cardiff Business School.  

 

 

 


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