Green Eggs and QE? Bank of England urged to ape Dr Seuss

Green Eggs and QE? Bank of England urged to ape Dr Seuss
 

Bank of England speeches are too hard for most people to read - and the central bank should learn from American children's author Dr Seuss, a BoE staff member wrote on Tuesday.
Seuss - best known for books such as 'The Cat in the Hat' and 'Green Eggs and Ham' - used a vocabulary of as few as 50 words per book to help children learn to read.
While the BoE need not go quite that far, it should still try harder to make its publications understandable to the British public, BoE researcher Jonathan Fullwood said.
"Those writing in the financial industry tend to use long words. They put... read more

 
4 October 2016 in Business, Views: 48
Source: Reuters
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