Central Banking Journal - Volume XXVI Number 2
A gripping read, starting with Sanusi Lamido Sanusi's leadership of the central bank
Book notes: The challenge of economic rebalancing in Europe, perspectives for CESEE countries, edited by Ewald Nowotny et al.
A useful book on the failure of the European economy to recover from the 2008 recession
an excellent analysis, full of good ideas
A book that espouses redesigning capitalism into 'civic capitalism'
The Central Bank of Cuba faces challenges should the country press ahead with economic reform
The rapid growth of Islamic finance could undermine both financial stability and monetary policy if central banks do not set up sharia-compliant facilities
New bank capital rules are bridling Asean banks
Building integrity and soundness of central banks is vital
How the RBI is optimising its banknotes business
Czech governor speaks with Christopher Jeffery in wide-ranging interview
Network techniques offer new insights into financial risk
Is ‘big data’ for central banking as revolutionary as some claim?
Nobel economist on why events in Europe have undermined neoclassical beliefs
China's re-balancing adds to the difficult operating environment