Channelling Savings and the Flow of Funds

  • Kenneth Midgley
  • Ronald G. Burns


The main contributors to total domestic saving over recent years have been the personal and company sectors. Rather unexpectedly, the personal sector increased savings as a percentage of personal disposable income during a period of increasing inflation which was eroding the value of such savings.


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Further Reading

  1. G. Blunden, ‘The Supervision of the U.K. Banking System’, Bank of England Quarterly Bulletin, June 1975.Google Scholar
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  5. S. Mason, The Flow of Funds in Britain (London: Elek, 1976).Google Scholar
  6. C. J. Montgomery, ‘The Clearing Banks 1952–77’, Journal of the Institute of Bankers, June 1977.Google Scholar
  7. Radcliffe Committee, Report on the Working of the Monetary System (London: H.M.S.O., 1959).Google Scholar
  8. J. R. S. Revell, The British Financial System (London: Macmillan, 1973).Google Scholar
  9. D. K. Sheppard, The Growth and Role of UK Financial Institutions (London: Methuen, 1971).Google Scholar
  10. ‘The Paradox of Personal Saving’, Midland Bank Review, Winter 1977.Google Scholar

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© Kenneth Midgley and Ronald G. Burns 1979

Authors and Affiliations

  • Kenneth Midgley
  • Ronald G. Burns

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