3) Bank of England Quarterly Bulletin, February 1997, vol.
What does BEQB stand for?
BEQB stands for Bank of England Quarterly Bulletin (UK)
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- Bio-Equivalence (pharmacology)
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The term 'output gap' was not used in the Bank of England Quarterly Bulletin in the period up to the end of 1992, but the first few issues of the Bank's quarterly Inflation Reports which were published from February 1993 contained substantial discussions of the size of the output gap.
SOURCES: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System: Bank of England: Bank of Japan: European Central Bank; and Roger Clews, "Implementing Monetary Policy: Reforms to the Bank of England's Operations in the Money Market," Bank of England Quarterly Bulletin, Summer 2005.