Central Banking Journal - Volume XXVI Number 4
King’s radical proposals deserve serious consideration
A book that raises more problems than solutions
What can policy-makers do to revive inflation expectations?
Global network of central banks could manage asset and FX price expectations
Market opening poses regulatory challenges as $7.6bn Ponzi scheme blows up
Bank Negara Malaysia governor shares insights gained after more than 15 years at the helm
The Stanford University professor believes rules-based policy could restore global stability
A useful synopsis that nevertheless fails to add significantly to what was already known
Sponsored feature: BlackRock
A Copenhagen research centre helps central banks to counterfeit their own banknotes to reduce fraud
Conti-Brown offers a call to action to fix the legitimacy of the Federal Reserve System
New fronts open for European monetary stability
Unanswered questions over Hungarian central bank funds have led to legal and constitutional battles
Can the ECB learn from policies used in ancient history?