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.
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
Service helped millions access fresh notes during the annual demand surge around the festival
Capital regime will need to evolve to stay on top of risks, says Victoria Saporta
TLAC and the resolution regime may not be enough to substitute for higher capital
BIS softens message on tighter monetary policy, but calls for concerted action
Panellists offer advice on how to build the infrastructure for good data governance
Former BoE deputy says some central banks have too much power and not enough accountability
Failure to move to new framework before 2021 could create “large-scale disorder”
Central bank has been in “business continuity mode” but some staff have now returned
Central bank criticised for apparent U-turn on rate hike
Regional Fed chief says more needs to be done to understand machine learning
SEC’s “circuit-breaker” can act as model for regulating innovative tools – Fed vice-chair
US officials say they have some powers to assess AI tools, but resourcing is problematic