Stanley Fischer, the governor of the Bank of Israel, tells CentralBanking.com about his work at the central bank, the impact of the crisis on central banking and why the International Monetary Fund is the right organisation to facilitate the reform of the global financial system.
CentralBanking.com: Your tenure at the Bank of Israel has been widely praised as a success. Would it be possible for you to discuss some of the internal reforms that you have introduced since joining the central bank an
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