Jacques de Larosière
Jacques de Larosière is a former managing director of the International Monetary Fund, a former governor of Banque de France and former president of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. He was chairman of The High-Level Group on Financial Supervision in the EU in 2009. De Larosière has also held numerous other positions in the public and private sectors.
Articles by Jacques de Larosière
Do low rates spur investment?
Former IMF head writes there is little hard evidence that low interest rates spur investment
Tackling ‘dead-end’ monetary policy
Shift to lower inflation targets would help central banks escape forever-loose monetary policy, writes former IMF chief Jacques de Larosière
The international monetary ‘anti-system’
A network of systemic risk boards might improve stability
The trade-off between bank regulation and economic growth
The pendulum has swung firmly in favour of financial services regulatory reform. But economic growth is likely to suffer – particularly in Europe – unless some of the rules are changed
Reforming financial regulation and the international monetary system
The regime we have is far from perfect. But regulatory oversight can go some way towards countering its flaws, Jacques de Larosière believes
Building a more resilient financial system
The short-term focus that dominated policy, regulation, accounting and governance prior to the crisis has to be changed, argues Jacques de Larosière
De Larosière for long-term value and economic stability
A near-term focus dominated policy, regulation, accounting standards and governance in the run up to the crisis. It cannot last, writes Jacques de Larosière.
Getting back on track
Jacques de Larosière analyses the problems with the originate-and-distribute model and what regulatory response is required
The rising financial power of emerging markets
Jacques de Larosière puts the rising financial power of emerging markets in perspective and considers the implications for the international monetary system
The euro’s prospects as an international currency
Jacques de Larosière looks at how the euro may develop as a reserve currency
A few thoughts on the global situation
Policymakers around the world must act to restore order to the global economy says Jacques de Larosière.