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Unconventional monetary policy: Quantitative easing, but not as we know it

On November 15th the McKinsey Global Institute published a report assessing the distributional effects of unconventional monetary policy. Over the next two days, we will be hosting a round-table discussion on the report and related issues. To open the discussion, two of the authors of the report—Richard Dobbs, a director of the McKinsey Global Institute, and Susan Lund, a McKinsey Global Institute principal—summarise the highlights of the report.THE European Central Bank’s surprise cut to its interest rate last Thursday is just the latest evidence that the lengthy era of ultra-loose monetary policies is still firmly in place. Since the start of the crisis in 2007, the four central banks of the United States, the United Kingdom, the euro zone, and Japan have injected $4.7 trillion of liquidity into their economies, pushing interest rates to very low levels (Exhibit 1). The consensus is that these actions have raised GDP by between 1% and 3% and prevented a catastrophic failure in the global financial system.Understanding at a micro level how such measures boost GDP is the key in understanding the impact of future central bank moves. Our contribution to this on-going debate suggests that growth might not have come from the classical channels of boosting corporate investment or consumer expenditure. Instead, the clearest impact from ultra-low interest rates appears to have ...


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