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Yellen: Economics profession can benefit from more diversity

Central Banking | 31 Oct 2014

Janet Yellen argues economies ‘develop and become more stable through diversification’, noting the failure of economists brought a public debate about the health of the profession

Topics: Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen, United States


Kocherlakota explains dissent from FOMC decision to end asset purchases

Central Banking | 31 Oct 2014

Topics: Narayana Kocherlakota, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC), quantitative easing, Forward guidance, Federal Reserve, United States, Japan, Europe, Inflation, Inflation targeting

Fed wraps up asset purchase programme

Central Banking | 29 Oct 2014

Topics: Federal Reserve, quantitative easing, United States

Singular spectrum analysis helpful when assessing output gaps, study finds

Central Banking | 28 Oct 2014

Topics: Bank of Portugal, Portugal, United States

Bank of Mexico’s Sánchez considers EM response to tighter Fed policy

Central Banking | 24 Oct 2014

Topics: Bank of Mexico, Mexico, Federal Reserve, United States

Dollar and renminbi can coexist as global currencies, Eichengreen says

Central Banking | 21 Oct 2014

Topics: United States, Dollar, Bank of Korea, China, Chinese renminbi (RMB)

Fed minutes reveal growing rifts over forward guidance

Central Banking | 09 Oct 2014

Topics: Fed, monetary policy, United States, Forward guidance, quantitative easing

Lagarde sees black clouds over monetary policy normalisation

Central Banking | 03 Oct 2014

Topics: Christine Lagarde, IMF, monetary policy, United States, Emerging markets

US senator calls for hearings into NY Fed supervision

Central Banking | 29 Sep 2014

Topics: Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Goldman Sachs, United States, Too big to fail

Bank rules and their impact on inequality

Central Banking Journal | 22 Sep 2014

Topics: United States, China, Brazil, Mexico, Canada, Mortgage-backed securities, Reserve Bank of India, Raghuram Rajan, United Kingdom

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