Central Banking

Interview: Women in central banks

Is central banking still a male preserve? Or do women have more opportunities to get to the top in central banking than in other professions? We look at the growing role of women in central banking - and the problems they face - through the experiences of four governors: Bermuda's Cheryl-Ann Lister, Botswana's Linah Mohohlo, Honduras' Victoria Asfura, and Sao Tome e Principe's Maria do Carno Trovoada Silveira.

There are only nine women among the world's 173 central bank governors. Why do you

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