If the next government, of whatever colour, insists on not taking the bold step of getting the government out of the production and management of the money supply – and political realism leads me to the view that this is an unlikely move – then it could do worse than following the advice of Steve Ambler, former Bank of Canada special advisor, and move to price-level targeting. The idea is described in detail in the current edition of Economic Affairs
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