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My name is Martin Seneca. I'm an economist specialising in monetary economics and policy. I work as a research and policy adviser in the Monetary Policy Outlook Division at the Bank of England, the central bank of the United Kingdom.


This is my personal website. The views expressed on this site are my own and cannot be taken to represent those of the Bank of England or any other organisation to which I have been affiliated.




Recently published

Notes on the underground


Monetary policy in resource-rich economies. Joint work with Andrea Ferrero (University of Oxford) in Journal of Money, Credit and Banking.


Work in progress

Monetary policy in the new normal


Policymakers should aim at inflation rates above, but close to, 2%. And they should respond nimbly to changes in uncertainty.

Blog post

Labour mobility and monetary policy


Joint work with Daniela Hauser (Bank of Canada) summarised on Bank Underground, the blog written by Bank of England staff.