Governance Benchmarks 2023 – executive summary

Data shows EMEs and advanced economies differing in profits, appointments and policies

The Governance Benchmarks 2023 present original data on how central banks are organised and overseen. Central bankers currently face extremely challenging circumstances. Inflation remains high in many jurisdictions in both advanced and emerging market economies (EMEs), and is continuing to rise in some. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the strains on international supply chains caused by the Covid-19 epidemic are still creating considerable financial uncertainty. Certain countries have defaulted

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