What future for central banks?

The London School of Economics is hosting a public lecture on Thursday 24 November. 'What future for central banks?' will be presented by Howard Davies, director of the LSE and chaired by Professor Charles Goodhart.

During the 1980s and 90s most central banks grew in size and importance. More recently, a number have lost functions to other regulatory agencies. The arrival of the European Central Bank puts a question mark over the future of central banks in individual countries.

The event is free

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