100 Articles on Bank of England Curated Publication List

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The Bank of England is an old institution which most central bank's base their model on. It was founded in 1694 to be the banker for the United Kingdom and provide a way to raise funds to rebuild a destroyed navy. This bank was privately owned until 1946, at which point is was nationalized. You can learn more about the history of this bank at wikipedia here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bank_of_England.

This is relevant to cryptocurrencies because it is a longstanding organization focused on monetary policy, which many blockchain project are trying to disrupt through hard-coding in distribution schedules into their consensus protocol.

In order to learn more about this subject, here the the hundred most cited articles referring to the Bank of England.

  1. "Serial correlation as a convenient simplification, not a nuisance: A comment on a study of the demand for money by the Bank of England". DF Hendry, GE Mizon. 1978. JSTOR The Economic Journal. 781 cites.
  2. "The Bank of England 1891-1944: Appendixes". RS Sayers. 1976. books.google.com . 586 cites.
  3. "The Bank of England: A History. 1694-1797". JH Clapham. 1944. books.google.com . 395 cites.
  4. "Targeting Inflation: A Conference of Central Banks on the Use of Inflation Targets Organised by the Bank of England, 9-10 March 1995". AG Haldane. 1995. Bank of England . 290 cites.
  5. "The bank of England". J Clapham. 1946. philpapers.org . 278 cites.
  6. "The Bank of England quarterly model". R Harrison, K Nikolov, M Quinn, G Ramsay, A Scott…. 2005. researchgate.net . 251 cites.
  7. "History of the Bank of England". AM Andréadès. 2013. content.taylorfrancis.com . 224 cites.
  8. "Evaluating, comparing and combining density forecasts using the KLIC with an application to the Bank of England and NIESR 'fan'charts of inflation". J Mitchell, SG Hall. 2005. Wiley Online Library Oxford bulletin of economics and statistics. 189 cites.
  9. "Report on modelling and forecasting at the Bank of England/Bank's response to the Pagan report". A Pagan. 2003. search.proquest.com Bank of England. Quarterly Bulletin. 176 cites.
  10. "Proposals for an economical and secure currency: With observations on the profits of the Bank of England, as they regard the public and the proprietors of …". D Ricardo. 1819. books.google.com . 165 cites.
  11. "The Bank of England and public policy, 1941-1958". J Fforde, RS Sayers, JH Clapham. 1992. books.google.com . 163 cites.
  12. "Evaluating the Bank of England density forecasts of inflation". MP Clements. 2004. Wiley Online Library The Economic Journal. 147 cites.
  13. "The Federal Reserve, the Bank of England, and the rise of the dollar as an international currency, 1914–1939". B Eichengreen, M Flandreau. 2012. Springer Open Economies Review. 142 cites.
  14. "Do financial markets react to Bank of England communication?". R Reeves, M Sawicki. 2007. Elsevier European Journal of Political Economy. 141 cites.
  15. "Bank of England operations, 1890-1914". RS Sayers. 1936. PS King & Son Ltd. . 139 cites.
  16. "The Bank of England: 1950s to 1979". F Capie. 2010. books.google.com . 132 cites.
  17. "The future of central banking: the tercentenary symposium of the Bank of England". F Capie, R CAPER, S Fischer, C Goodhart, N Schnadt. 1994. books.google.com . 128 cites.
  18. "Uncertainty and disagreement in economic prediction: the Bank of England Survey of External Forecasters". G Boero, J Smith, KF Wallis. 2008. Wiley Online Library The Economic Journal. 116 cites.
  19. "Nébuleuse and the'Internationalization of the State'in the UK? The Case of HM Treasury and the Bank of England". A Baker. 1999. Taylor & Francis Review of international political economy. 106 cites.
  20. "Conducting the international orchestra: Bank of England leadership under the classical gold standard". B Eichengreen. 1987. Elsevier Journal of international Money and Finance. 101 cites.
  21. "An assessment of Bank of England and National Institute inflation forecast uncertainties". KF Wallis. 2004. journals.sagepub.com National Institute Economic Review. 98 cites.
  22. "Game theory for central bankers: a report to the Governor of the Bank of England". CAE Goodhart. 1994. JSTOR Journal of Economic Literature. 97 cites.
  23. "Paying for privilege: the political economy of Bank of England charters, 1694–1844". JL Broz, RS Grossman. 2004. Elsevier Explorations in Economic History. 87 cites.
  24. "Observations on the Establishment of the Bank of England: And on the Paper Circulation of the Country". F Baring. 1797. books.google.com . 81 cites.
  25. "The collateral frameworks of the Eurosystem, the Federal Reserve System and the Bank of England and the financial market turmoil". S Cheun, I von Köppen-Mertes, B Weller. 2009. econstor.eu . 75 cites.
  26. "The Gold Standard and the Bank of England in the Crisis of 1847". R Dornbusch, JA Frenkel. 1984. nber.org A retrospective on the classical gold standard …. 72 cites.
  27. "The operations of the Bank of England, 1890-1908: a dynamic probit approach". N Davutyan, WR Parke. 1995. JSTOR Journal of Money, Credit and Banking. 71 cites.
  28. "The Bank of England and the rules of the game under the international gold standard: new evidence". J Dutton. 1984. nber.org A retrospective on the classical gold standard, 1821 …. 71 cites.
  29. "The micro‐foundations of the early London capital market: Bank of England shareholders during and after the South Sea Bubble, 1720–251". AM Carlos, L Neal. 2006. Wiley Online Library The Economic History Review. 71 cites.
  30. "Lessons from the Bank of England on 'quantitative easing'and other 'unconventional'monetary policies". V Lyonnet, R Werner. 2012. Elsevier International Review of Financial Analysis. 66 cites.
  31. "Insiders and Outsiders at the Bank of England". P Gerlach-Kristen. 2003. Central Banking. 65 cites.
  32. "Independent and accountable: A new mandate for the Bank of England". DKH Begg, EB Roll. 1993. cepr.org . 64 cites.
  33. "The Bank of England from within: 1694-1900". WM Acres. 1931. … and company of the Bank of England … . 63 cites.
  34. "The Bank of England: Money, Power, and Influence 1694-1994". R Roberts, D Kynaston. 1995. econpapers.repec.org . 62 cites.
  35. "A decade of dissent: explaining the dissent voting behavior of Bank of England MPC members". MN Harris, P Levine, C Spencer. 2011. Springer Public Choice. 57 cites.
  36. "The Bank of England macroeconomic model: its nature and implications". P Arestis, M Sawyer. 2002. Taylor & Francis Journal of Post Keynesian Economics. 56 cites.
  37. "The Discount Policy of the Bank of England During the Suspension of Cash Payments, 1197–18211". IPH Duffy. 1982. Wiley Online Library The Economic History Review. 54 cites.
  38. "The Bank of England during the long eighteenth century, 1694-1820". HV Bowen. 1995. The Bank of England. 53 cites.
  39. "Bank of England operations, 1893-1913". J Pippenger. 1984. nber.org A Retrospective on the Classical Gold Standard, 1821 …. 53 cites.
  40. "Economic models at the Bank of England: September 2000 update". Bank of England. 2000. Bank of England . 52 cites.
  41. "The role and operations of the Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee". A Budd. 1998. Wiley Online Library The Economic Journal. 50 cites.
  42. "Bank of England vs the IBRD: did the Nigerian colony deserve a central bank?". CU Uche. 1997. Elsevier Explorations in Economic History. 48 cites.
  43. "Bank of England: A history. Vol. II: 1797-1914". J Clapham. 1944. dspace.gipe.ac.in . 48 cites.
  44. "Assessing financial system stability, efficiency and structure at the Bank of England". A Haldane, G Hoggarth, V Saporta. 2001. papers.ssrn.com Marrying the Macro-and …. 47 cites.
  45. "The Bank of England: A History from its foundation in 1694". J Giuseppi. 1966. H. Regnery Co. . 46 cites.
  46. "Do central banks act asymmetrically? Empirical evidence from the ECB and the Bank of England". C Altavilla*, L Landolfo. 2005. Taylor & Francis Applied Economics. 46 cites.
  47. "THE ROLE OF THE BANK OF ENGLAND AS LENDER OF LAST RESORT Ш THE A CRISES OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY". MС Lovell. 1957. mlovell.web.wesleyan.edu . 44 cites.
  48. "Macroprudential policy at the Bank of England". P Tucker, S Hall, A Pattani. 2013. papers.ssrn.com . 44 cites.
  49. "12 The emergence of the Bank of England as a mature central bank". FH Capie. 2004. books.google.com The Lender of Last Resort. 44 cites.
  50. "The formulation of monetary policy at the Bank of England". CR Bean, N Jenkinson. 2001. papers.ssrn.com . 43 cites.
  51. "Evaluating a three-dimensional panel of point forecasts: the Bank of England Survey of External Forecasters". G Boero, J Smith, KF Wallis. 2008. Elsevier International Journal of Forecasting. 43 cites.
  52. "The Bank of England: relationships with the government, the civil service, and Parliament". A Cairncross. 1988. books.google.com … in Historical Perspective, Berlin/New York. 43 cites.
  53. "A letter to the Right Honourable William Pitt: on the influence of the stoppage of issues in specie at the Bank of England: on the prices of provisions, and other …". W Boyd. 1801. books.google.com . 43 cites.
  54. "The Bank of England, Vol. 1". J Clapham. 1944. y Reginald Shaw: The Bank of England. 41 cites.
  55. "The Bank of England and the government". D Kynaston. 1995. The Bank of England: money, power and influence. 41 cites.
  56. "Serial correlation and a Bank of England study of the demand for money: an exercise in measurement without theory". AS Courakis. 1978. JSTOR The Economic Journal. 41 cites.
  57. "RAMSI: a top-down stress-testing model developed at the Bank of England". O Burrows, D Learmonth, J McKeown, R Williams. 2012. papers.ssrn.com . 41 cites.
  58. "A real time evaluation of Bank of England forecasts of inflation and growth". JJJ Groen, G Kapetanios, S Price. 2009. Elsevier International Journal of Forecasting. 40 cites.
  59. "A domestic history of the Bank of England, 1930-1960". E Hennessy. 1992. books.google.com . 40 cites.
  60. "Inflation targeting: what can the ECB learn from the recent experience of the Bank of England?". M Artis, P Mizen, Z Kontolemis. 1998. Wiley Online Library The Economic Journal. 38 cites.
  61. "The bank of England and the policing of forgery 1797-1821". R McGowen. 2005. JSTOR Past & present. 38 cites.
  62. "From doves to hawks: A spatial analysis of voting in the Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of England". S Hix, B Høyland, N Vivyan. 2010. Wiley Online Library European Journal of Political …. 37 cites.
  63. "First Nine Years of the Bank of England". JET Rogers. 1887. books.google.com . 37 cites.
  64. "The Bank of England and the city". R Roberts. 1995. sro.sussex.ac.uk . 37 cites.
  65. "Where it all began: lending of last resort and the Bank of England during the Overend, Gurney Panic of 1866". M Flandreau, S Ugolini. 2011. papers.ssrn.com . 36 cites.
  66. "Central Bank, Peripherical Industry: The Bank of England in the Provinces, 1826-1913". D Ziegler. 1990. Pinter Pub Limited . 34 cites.
  67. "Gentlemanly imperialism at work: the Bank of England, Canada, and the sterling area, 1932‐19361". PJ Cain. 1996. Wiley Online Library The Economic History Review. 34 cites.
  68. "The Bank of England". J Giuseppi. 1966. Evans . 32 cites.
  69. "Banking regulation and the Bank of England". C Hadjiemmanuil. 1996. LLP . 31 cites.
  70. "The Bank of England: A History. Vol. 1, 1694-1797". SJH Clapham. 1944. Oxford University Press . 31 cites.
  71. "Portrait of an Old Lady: turmoil at the Bank of England". S Fay. 1987. Viking Adult . 30 cites.
  72. "Managing the gallows: the Bank of England and the death penalty, 1797–1821". R McGowen. 2007. cambridge.org Law and History Review. 30 cites.
  73. "The Governor's speech at the east midlands development agency/Bank of England dinner". M King. 2003. papers.ssrn.com . 29 cites.
  74. "Where it all began: lending of last resort and Bank of England monitoring during the Overend-Gurney panic of 1866". M Flandreau, S Ugolini. 2013. core.ac.uk . 29 cites.
  75. "History of the Bank of England, its times and traditions". J Francis. 1848. books.google.com . 29 cites.
  76. "The policy choices and reaction functions of Bank of England MPC members". MN Harris, C Spencer. 2009. Wiley Online Library Southern Economic Journal. 28 cites.
  77. "Bank of England Quarterly Bulletin". Bank of England. 1961. Bank of England . 27 cites.
  78. "Assessing gross domestic product and inflation probability forecasts derived from Bank of England fan charts". JW Galbraith, S Norden. 2012. Wiley Online Library … of the Royal Statistical Society: Series …. 27 cites.
  79. "The Bank of England note: a history of its printing". AD Mackenzie. 1953. books.google.com . 27 cites.
  80. "The Bank of England as lender of last resort, 1857‐1878". M Collins. 1992. Wiley Online Library The Economic History Review. 25 cites.
  81. "Asymmetries in Bank of England monetary policy". J Gascoigne, P Turner*. 2004. Taylor & Francis Applied Economics Letters. 25 cites.
  82. "The Bank of England quarterly model of the UK economy". I Harnett, G Robinson, J Ryding, K Patterson. 1987. Elsevier Economic Modelling. 25 cites.
  83. "The first fifty years of the Bank of England (1694–1744)". RD Richards. 1934. books.google.com History of the principal public banks. 24 cites.
  84. "The dissent voting behaviour of Bank of England MPC members". C Spencer. 2006. ideas.repec.org . 23 cites.
  85. "Changes to the Bank of England". E Murphy, S Senior. 2013. papers.ssrn.com . 23 cites.
  86. "The Bank of England and the British economy". A Cairncross. 1995. The Bank of England: Money, power and influence. 23 cites.
  87. "War and gold—the bank of England, the London gold market and South Africa's gold, 1914–19". R Ally. 1991. Taylor & Francis Journal of Southern African Studies. 23 cites.
  88. "English Public Finance from the Revolution of 1688: With Chapters on the Bank of England". HE Fisk. 1920. books.google.com . 23 cites.
  89. "An essay on the general principles and present practice of banking in England and Scotland: with supplementary observations on the steps proper to form a …". T Joplin. 1827. books.google.com . 23 cites.
  90. "Zentralbankpolitische" Steinzeit"? Preußische Bank und Bank of England im Vergleich". D Ziegler. 1993. JSTOR Geschichte und Gesellschaft. 23 cites.
  91. "Targeting Inflation: A Conference of Central Banks on the Use of Inflation Targets Organized by the Bank of England, 9-10 March 1995". AG Haldane. 1995. Bank of England . 22 cites.
  92. "The Bank of England Act". P Rodgers. 1998. search.proquest.com Bank of England. Quarterly Bulletin. 22 cites.
  93. "Limits to intervention: the Bank of England and industrial diversification in the depressed areas". CE Heim. 1984. Wiley Online Library The Economic History Review. 22 cites.
  94. "Capital Punishment. Mr Cobden's Pamphlet: Regulations of the Bank of England'". K Marx. 1853. New York Tribune. 22 cites.
  95. "Inside the Bank of England". P Geddes. 1987. Boxtree . 21 cites.
  96. "The Bank of England, industrial regeneration, and hire purchase between the wars1". S Bowden, M Collins. 1992. Wiley Online Library The Economic History Review. 21 cites.
  97. "Changes at the Bank of England". P Rodgers. 1997. search.proquest.com Bank of England. Quarterly Bulletin. 20 cites.
  98. "Macroeconomic models at the Bank of England". P Fisher, J Whitley…. 2000. books.google.com … Modelling: Techniques and …. 20 cites.
  99. "The Bank of England in its international setting, 1918-1972". PL Cottrell. 1995. The Bank of England. Money, Power and Influence. 20 cites.
  100. "On the frequent autumnal pressure in the money market, and the action of the Bank of England". WS Jevons. 1866. JSTOR Journal of the Statistical Society of London. 20 cites.

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