How to manage the 21st-century central bank

In central banks, internal management practices have typically received limited and sporadic attention from top management. But in a world of rapid change and a global "war for talent", central banks will need to pay much greater attention to internal leadership and management. Why? Because those central banks that actively take up the challenge of internal change are the ones most likely to achieve continued relevance, independence and influence in the 21st century.1

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