By Hans Tietmeyer, former president of the Deutsche Bundesbank.
Stephen Frowen was a scholar, teacher and editor of great distinction. In particular, he was a longstanding critical and valued observer of German domestic and external monetary policy. More than anyone else, Stephen Frowen was a mediator in issues of monetary policy between Germany, his native country, and Great Britain, his adopted home.
Relationship with the Bundesbank
Against this backdrop, it seems only natural that my first pe
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