Central bankers need to learn new tricks

This article speculates as to whether central bankers play five-a-side football in policy meetings. Or at least, there is no point in them doing anything else, it says. With complete credibility, they really don't have to do very much at all. But eventually central banks and governments will have to rethink their economic mandates and be faced with the difficulty of teaching old dogs new tricks, it concludes.

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