Frank van Lerven

Economist

Frank is currently leading NEF’s work on greening central banks and monetary policy.

Frank specialises in issues related to money, finance, and banking, and joins NEF from Positive Money, where he was the senior researcher. His background is in development economics and political economy.

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Climate finance: our planet is too big to fail

Do we need a climate bailout?

The Bank of England can lead in the fight against climate change

60 academics are calling on the Bank to become the first European central bank to decarbonise its monetary operations

Beyond helicopter money: ending the fiscal-monetary tug-o-war

A historical review of fiscal-monetary coordination to support economic growth in the 20th century

A government is not a household

Claims of ending austerity ring hollow, until we do away the ‘household fallacy’

Reshaping finance for a 1.5C world

What the Bank of England needs to do for a green transition

Credit where it’s due

Ten years after the Lehman collapse, finance still hasn't been fixed

How markets became masters

The neoliberal roots of deregulation

A deregulatory agenda is sweeping across Europe

And it’s putting markets above people and the planet

Ending the fiscal-monetary tug-o-war

The UK’s two most influential economic institutions are pulling in opposite directions. History suggests it’s time for the Treasury to take advantage of the fiscal potential the Bank of England affords it.

The local banking toolkit

A practical guide to starting a regional community bank

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