From NICE to VILE—The Future of Inflation
We explore the type of inflationary environment that we might expect across developed markets in the future and its potential effect on global asset prices.
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Katharine Neiss, PhD, is Deputy Head of Global Economics and Chief European Economist for PGIM Fixed Income, based in London. Ms. Neiss covers the macro-economic outlook in the UK and euro area, including Bank of England and ECB policy. Her own research focuses on thematic issues, such as monetary strategy and trade, with a particular emphasis on their relevance to Europe. Ms. Neiss has appeared as an expert witness on monetary policy for Parliament’s Treasury Select Committee. Prior to joining the Firm in 2020, Ms. Neiss held a variety of roles at the Bank of England. Most recently, as Head of the International Surveillance Division, she was responsible for advising Committee members on the global macro-economic and financial stability outlook and was part of a small group of economists directly supporting the Monetary Policy Committee. Other roles Ms. Neiss held at the Bank of England include Head of the Policy, Strategy and Implementation Division, covering regulation of major systemic U.K. banks, and senior manager roles in the Structural Economic Analysis and Monetary Assessment and Strategy Divisions, covering the U.K. economy. She organized the first women in central banking conference at the Bank of England, and was a member of the Royal Economic Society’s Women’s Committee. Ms. Neiss has been published in the Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, the Review of Economic Dynamics, Macroeconomic Dynamics and the Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics. She received a BA Honours in Economics from Queen’s University and a Masters and PhD in Economics from the University of British Columbia.
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