At the 2017 ceremony, 18 awards celebrating leaders in the field of central banking were handed out by Central Banking Awards Committee chairman Christopher Jeffery to leading figures from across the industry. Paraguay’s Carlos Fernández Valdovinos accepted the award for Governor of the Year, the Bank of England picked up Central Bank of the Year, and former US Federal Reserve vice-chairman Donald Kohn received the Lifetime Achievement award.
Central Banking will call for submissions for its 5th annual awards from June 2017, with the deadline for entries in early September.
- Making the rules and breaking the mould (Allan Meltzer: 1928–2017)
- BoE economists criticise DSGE inflation modelling
- Indonesian deputy Perry on revolutionising monetary and financial policy
- No ‘Taylor rule’ without Meltzer’s support
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