Opinion/Economics

Use of behavioural finance will not stop next crisis, says CNB adviser

Central Banking | 02 Mar 2012

The use of behavioural economics in management decisions and supervisory models would not prevent a future crisis, says Czech National Bank adviser, Michal Skořepa

Topics: Macro-prudential regulation, Czech National Bank, Financial crisis, Systemic risk

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The dangerous scramble for liquidity

Central Banking | 07 Nov 2011

Topics: United States, Federal Reserve, United Kingdom, Lehman Brothers, Basel III, Macroprudential

Towards a global monetary policy

Central Banking | 01 Aug 2011

Topics: United States, Dollar

Time for central bankers to reconsider the output gap

Central Banking | 10 Mar 2011

Topics: People's Bank of China, Output gap

What’s wrong with QE2?

Central Banking | 17 Nov 2010

Topics: quantitative easing, Federal Reserve

A vision is needed of how the UK economy can be rebalanced

Central Banking | 15 Nov 2010

Topics: Global imbalances, Bank of England, Mervyn King, United Kingdom

The Fed is being asked to do too much

Central Banking | 15 Oct 2010

Topics: quantitative easing, Federal Reserve

The dangers of Bernanke’s calls for change

Central Banking | 13 Oct 2010

Topics: monetary policy, Asset-price bubbles, Charles Plosser, Federal Reserve, Ben Bernanke

Japan: not a bad record

Central Banking | 21 Sep 2010

Topics: Masaaki Shirakawa, Bank of Japan

The big divide over deflation and debt

Central Banking | 08 Sep 2010

Topics: Debt, Deflation, Bank of Japan

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