Central Banking Journal - Volume XXIII Number 4
Resolving Europe’s banks
Interview: Thomas Hoenig
Crisis management and regulatory policy
Miracles and misconceptions
The changing structure of the euro money market
A European approach to prudential policy
When is a monetary ‘stimulus’ not a stimulus?
The case for nominal GDP targeting
A multi-speed approach to social media
China’s new financial architects
Communicating uncertainty in forecasts
Interview: Jwala Rambarran
Developing a financial inclusion index
Quotas and governance
According to Alan Blinder's publisher, he has taken the time 'to think his way through to a truly comprehensive narrative of how the worst economic crisis in postwar American history happened'
This volume is based on the transcripts of four lectures from a series delivered by the chairman of the Federal Reserve Board at George Washington University in the spring of 2012
Booknotes: Bull By the Horns: Fighting to Save Main Street from Wall Street and Wall Street from itself
This is a great book with a clear message: no more bailing out of too-big-too-fail banks.
The title of Peter Temin and David Vines’ book, especially its subtitle, promises the reader a lot