Economics Benchmarks 2020 – new insights on research, policy and statistics

The past year has been a time of unprecedented challenges for economists worldwide, raising the importance of well-run research, policy and statistics functions at central banks. This Economics Benchmarks report allows central banks to compare themselves with their peers and develop new ideas for best practice in economics governance, forecasting, publications and data. The 30 respondents span a wide range of income segments, geographies and central bank sizes, giving a rare insight into the way central bank economists operate.

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