Dan Hinge is Central Banking’s news editor. He has worked on the newsdesk since 2012, having graduated with a degree in politics, philosophy and economics from the University of Oxford.
Dan also manages the Viewpoint column and is editor of Central Banking’s first in-depth report, on the topic of big data.
James Forder says Friedman had a bigger impact on neoclassical economics than on monetarism
One possibility is to create a single global central bank digital currency
Amir Yaron unlikely to be in governor’s office before the next monetary policy meeting
In a new series, Central Banking speaks to Yale’s Andrew Metrick about how the discipline has changed over the past decade
Central bank seeks boost to public engagement from nominations and ‘Future Forum’
Agent-based modelling is still struggling to move from sidelines to mainstream
The Bank of Canada has been making “significant investments” in data, says senior director
Proposals from PRA would hold senior managers accountable for climate change risks
Communications that are relatable to people’s lives work best, behavioural experiment finds
The econometricians cast a sceptical eye over DSGE models and weigh up some alternatives
Oxford University’s David Vines believes the New Keynesian DSGE model is salvageable – but needs work