Value for money: Financial accountability for central banks

Few economists, and even fewer central bankers, would now argue against having an independent central bank with a transparent mandate and substantial degrees of freedom to achieve it. An independent central bank is now the industry norm. If independence is one side of the coin; accountability is the other. To be effective, independence needs a statutory framework. Accountability likewise demands a framework of performance measurement and disclosure. The central bank must communicate goals,

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