Central Banking

Women in central banking

In continuation of Centralbanknet's survey of prominent female central bankers, I would like to thank all of those who sent this week's names to us. Are central banks better places for women to develop their careers than in the private sector? Any views - on or off the record - are welcome.

Sheryl Kennedy, deputy governor, Bank of Canada

Ruta Vainiene, member of the board of directors, Bank of Lithuania

Stase Strickaite, deputy chairwoman of the governor, Bank of Lithuania

Patricia Jackson, head

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