Economics Benchmarks 2020 report – executive summary

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In the past year, central bank economists have been tested like never before in the modern era. Long tasked with peering into a murky future to guide policy, and with exploring the treacherous, ever-shifting ground of economics, central bank economics departments faced record-breaking levels of uncertainty in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

As well as their role as guides to monetary and financial stability policy-making, central bank economists have played a central part in the design of

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