Central banks average 11 working papers over the past year

Just over a quarter of central banks run research blogs

Central banks published an average of nearly 11 working papers over the past one year, the Economics Benchmarks 2023 finds.

The data from 32 central banks shows on average institutions published 10.6 working papers. A high income central bank from the Americas reports the highest number of 60 papers. Meanwhile, four respondents say they published none.

Respondents also provide information on the number of their researchers’ papers published in peer-reviewed journals. The data averages 7.8 and

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