Central Banking Journal - Volume XXV Number 2
US policies may hasten a decline in the use of dollar
Governor of Norges Bank talks about transparency challenges facing central bankster and governance
Andrew Sheng says the world is breaking up into national currency blocks
How should emerging economies react to changes in developed-world monetary policies?
Regulation has a profound effect on levels of financial inclusion
BIS secretary general contrasts the roles of supervision and regulation
Data sharing and access to confidential information remain a challenge
How the Bank of Canada has developed its own credit assessment processes
Is the trend towards commercial and political approaches sustainable?
How the Czech National Bank’s activities have affected the value of the koruna
Are ETFs as a tactical tool fit for purpose?
Book notes: What Have We learned? Macroeconomic Policy After the Crisis, by George Akerlof, Olivier Blanchard, David Romer and Joseph Stiglitz
This book brings together the great and the good of the economics profession
An unusual book that describes the early mathematisation of economics
A fascinating book that crosses the traditional boundaries between economic and cultural history
A whistle-stop tour of the development of GDP