Central banks judge success of research by number of publications

Inflation and exchange rate most topical issues for central banks

Central bank economists are most likely to assess the success of their research works by the number of publications in peer-reviewed journals, data from the Economics Benchmarks 2022 shows.

Among the options available to respondents, the metric was scored at an average of 4.17 out of a possible 5. The least-used metric was the number of revise and resubmit requests, averaging 2.5.

Participating institutions also explained the topical areas researched into over the 12-month period. Among the

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