Central Banking Journal - Volume XXVI Number 1
A weighty tome, commissioned by HSBC to commemorate its 150th anniversary
Book notes: Efficiently Inefficient: How Smart Money Invests and Market Prices are Determined, by Lasse Heje Pedersen
A condensed picture of hedge funds’ operations and strategies
A book that should be compulsory reading for all those who are interested in the current crisis in the euro area
This book argues that deregulation was an important cause of the recent banking crisis
With central bank reserves dropping, will tighter US policy will make matters better or worse?
Is now a good time to review the Fed's governance structure?
The ECB could reinforce its pursuit of price stability by using inflation derivatives
Policy-makers should address challenges presented by economic and monetary system feedback loops
Interview with Bank for International Settlements head of research Hyun Song Shin
Urges fiscal policymakers to creat inflation; sceptical about secular stagnation
Greek debt talks and Chinese intervention raise concerns about the role of central banks