Central Banking Journal is the only regular, independent publication of its kind, dedicated to reporting and commenting on the activities in the world of central banking. Each quarterly issue addresses the key issues facing central bankers worldwide, including monetary policy, reserve management, exchange rate policy, bank supervision, regulation, training and human resource development, management and governance.
Every issue of Central Banking Journal will provide a wide variety of features and topical reports on central banking policies and their impact on banking and markets. These include in-depth interviews with leading central bankers, full length articles by the world's top economists, regular comment by experienced columnists, detailed analysis of significant changes in policy and financial regulation.
Staying informed about the latest thinking at central banks will help you to make informed decisions and enable you to benchmark against other institutions. More than that, Central Banking Journal helps you to think strategically about the key issues facing central bankers today and implement solutions that focus on best practices and adding value.
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