Vice-minister of finance on Chinese economic policy and external challenges
China's minister of commerce speaks about international co-operation and development
Former Bank of Ghana deputy governor discusses the economic and monetary policy challenges facing Ghana and Africa
Donghyun Park, a senior economist at the Asian Development Bank, discusses reserve management post-crisis and fostering demand in Asia
Berkeley economist Barry Eichengreen talks to CentralBanking.com on the IMF’s new role, reserve currencies and the future of economics as a science
Már Gudmundsson, the governor of the Central Bank of Iceland, discusses the authority’s rebuilding efforts and whether euro membership is right for them
The governor of the Reserve Bank of India discusses his objectives for his first term and how the decoupling argument needs to be revised
The Bank of Mexico governor and BIS chairman discusses central bank governance, monitoring systemic risk and why Mexico has managed to avoid a financial meltdown despite being hard hit by the crisis
The governor of the Central Bank of Bahrain tells Malan Rietveld that the country’s conservative approach to finance, regulation and construction is paying dividends in a time of crisis.
Claire Jones speaks to William White about the lessons from history in getting out of the current crisis and the need for thinking more long term about the consequences of policymaking
The governor of the Central Bank of Bahrain tells Malan Rietveld that the country’s conservative approach to finance, regulation and construction is paying dividends in a time of crisis
The chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia, a bank, argues that central banks have not made the most of their new-found independence
Claire Jones spoke to the former chief economist at the International Monetary Fund about the policy response to the crisis, particularly the role of the Fund
In this interview the chief executive of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority discusses the global policy response to crisis, Hong Kong’s relationship with China and the reserve management in Asia. Malan Rietveld spoke to Joseph Yam
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 growth outlook has deteriorated, but there is room for optimism for the Bank of England in other areas, says Charles Goodhart, a former member of the Monetary Policy Committee
Alan Bollard, the governor of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, discusses the threat of recession, the central bank's new liquidity rules, and dealing with the procyclicality of credit cycles
Economic growth should only be an objective of the Reserve Bank of India if wealth creation is inclusive, says Y.V. Reddy, the governor of the central bank
Michael Woodford talks to Malan Rietveld about how the Federal Reserve makes monetary policy
Claudio Borio is the head of research and policy analysis at the Bank for International Settlements (BIS). He has published extensively on numerous issues, including the relationship between asset prices and financial and monetary stability, monetary...
Ten years after the launch of the currency board, Bulgaria is preparing to join the euro by 2010. Justin Keay, deputy editor of The Financial Regulator, spoke with the governor of the Bulgarian National Bank
Mohamed El-Erian discusses how a re-focused Fund can now tackle the big issues facing the global economy
Mohamed El-Erian, a member of the McDonough commission on reform of the IMF, discusses how a re-focused Fund can now tackle the big issues facing the global economy.
Governments, not central banks, hold the future of the world economy in their hands. Without action, preferably coordinated, on both sides of the Atlantic and in Asia, the outlook is grim says Alexander Swoboda.