Making markets work - the central banker's role

Much has been written about economic growth and development, but relatively little, systematically, about the key role that efficient and flexible financial markets can play. Helping such markets to grow needs different arms of government, often with conflicting objectives, to work closely together: central bankers will serve their countries well by looking outside their core roles and taking a broad interest in this important issue.

Central bankers' broader role

Central bankers must look after

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