Central Banking Journal - VOL XXIII ISSUE NUMBER 3
The dynamic of the diaspora
A defining role
Searching for stability
Tamar Frankel offers us a colourful and broad picture of con artists who have initiated their own ‘Ponzi schemes’.
Mayer has grasped the essential truth about Europe’s single currency – that the project not only has an economic context but also an historical one and, above all, a political one.
This book is a brave and welcome contribution to the analysis of sovereign wealth funds.
A history of the Committee of Central Bank Governors for the period 1964 to 1993, for which the author, Harold James, had access to the archives
Interview: Zina Asankojoeva
Taking stock of Stockton
The Bundesbank’s struggle
Collateral problems in the euro area
The future of monetary policy
The pendulum has swung firmly in favour of financial services regulatory reform. But economic growth is likely to suffer – particularly in Europe – unless some of the rules are changed.