Central Banking Journal - Volume XXII Number 1

Interview: Robert Mundell

The Nobel laureate explains what is needed to save Europe’s single currency and calls for greater global coordination of monetary policies, in conversation with Robert Pringle

History in the making

Robert Aliber is inspired by Allan Meltzer’s monumental history of the Federal Reserve to look again at US monetary policy in the latter half of the 20th century

Interview: Jaime Caruana

Jaime Caruana, the general manager of the Bank for International Settlements, talks to Catherine Snowdon about the institution’s role in responding to the financial crisis

Interview: John Mendzela

John Mendzela is a specialist in central bank governance and strategic management. Here he discusses the gaps in central bank governance highlighted by the crisis and presents some potential fixes

More data, not theory

The crisis has shown the dangers of placing models at the heart of policymaking. An empirical approach is the answer, says Kevin Gardiner

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