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Inquiry status: concluded
The Committee issued two calls for evidence, the first requested information on the distributional effects of QE and the second for submissions on additional terms of reference. Please see the links below for full details.
Submissions received by the Committee were used as part of the inquiry. The deadline for submissions was 14 January 2013.
MPs question Paul fisher from the Bank of England and Robert Stheeman from the Debt Management Office
Inquiry into quantitative easing continues on Tuesday 14 May
Committee takes further evidence on quantitative easing
The meeting took place on Tuesday 29 January
The Treasury Committee has today called for additional written evidence to aid with its inquiry into Quantitative Easing (QE)
Committee calls for written evidence in response to the Bank of England’s paper - the Distributional Effects of Asset Purchases
Evidence given by Dr Andrew Sentance CBE, and Kate Barker CBE, former external members, Monetary Policy Committee, Bank of England (at 10:15).
Evidence given by Robert Stheeman, Chief Executive, Debt Management Office, and Paul Fisher, Executive Director, Markets, Bank of England.
Select Committees carry out inquiries on areas ranging from the work of government departments to economic affairs. The results of these inquiries are public and many require a response from the Government.
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Please note that electronic copies of written evidence MUST be provided in Word format. If a paper copy of evidence is submitted, it should be clearly printed or typed on single sides of A4 paper, unstapled. The Committee may refuse evidence received in any other formats.
Written evidence received and accepted as evidence by the Committee on Quantitative Easing: