Institutions in the Americas have most monetary policy staffing

Six institutions expanded workforce by an average of 7%

Central banks in the Americas tend to hire more personnel in their monetary policy department than their associates in other geographical regions.

The data shows that an average of 64 employees work in the monetary policy department of central banks in the Americas. This is in contrast to peers in Asia-Pacific where 38 employees are engaged on average. The figure is 37 in Europe and 19 in Africa.

The question received responses from 38 central banks. One upper-middle income respondent in the

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