Robert Pringle is the founder of Central Banking and chairman of the Central Banking Advisory Board. He is author of The Money Trap (2012) and The Power of Money (2019) and co-author of A guide to good money: beyond the illusions of asset inflation (2022) among other publications.
An inflexible standard of value that lets the market decide how much money to produce would be superior, write Brendan Brown and Robert Pringle.
Critiquing Philip Turner’s occasional paper, ‘The new monetary policy revolution: advice and dissent’
Roselli’s analytical and historical exploration is especially valuable now, writes Robert Pringle
Reserve managers share their views on future gold holdings, target allocations, purchasing and storage approaches, the use of ETFs, and the impact of Covid-19, in the results of a new joint Central Banking-Invesco survey. By Nick Carver and Robert Pringle
Robert Pringle reveals details of Mbeki’s appeal to central bankers
The policies followed since the ‘great crisis’ have not succeeded in restoring confidence
Fed vice-chair: nations should keep own house in order – and global village too
Independence will have to be earned the hard way
An alternative vision for the role of central banks in the next 25 years
Central banks' role is to operate a flawed system as best they can
Former Fed chair talks about his policy actions and the challenges ahead
Leading financial statesmen deplore governments’ neglect of the international monetary system
Economic adjustment and financial sector reform must go hand in hand – with the ECB due to play a central role
Comparing what the new Fed chief should do with what is likely
Mark Carney has achieved much more than meets the eye in his first five months as governor of the Bank of England