Assistant editor, Central Banking
Daniel Hinge is Central Banking’s assistant editor. He has worked on the newsdesk since 2012, having graduated with a degree in politics, philosophy and economics from the University of Oxford.
Daniel also manages the Viewpoint column and is editor of Central Banking’s first in-depth report, on the topic of big data.
Executive board promises “thorough, objective and timely review” of alleged “improprieties”
Insights into the staff that work on monetary policy, decision-making, tools, transparency and market operations
Deeper reforms may be needed to avoid stretching central banks’ balance sheets to breaking point
As central banks embrace new technology, providers are jostling to be first in line
Data offers insights into staffing and salaries, channels, social media, new technology and strategies
Proposal aims for tailored approach to boosting resilience of key funding markets
Treasury Committee says it does not believe Andrew Bailey misled it over his role in the matter
The assistant managing directors explain how uniting business and technology functions is opening up new possibilities for data collection, governance and analytics
Macro-financial links are difficult to integrate into key models. But some central banks are making breakthroughs
NGOs could sue central banks for failure to take suitable action over climate change, says NGFS chair
Complexity and uncertainty demand major rethink of risk, say ‘Green Swan’ event speakers
Covid-19 has added impetus to an emerging intellectual shift in policy-making. But central banks face unresolved issues
Sbordone, Smets and Vlieghe weigh up challenges for central banks in the “return towards normal”