CentralBankNet Monday Special Feature

Each Monday in future CentralBankNet will run a special feature on a subject of topical interest. This week we look at the issues raised by Bill McDonough's recent speech deploring the excesses of US executive pay and ask: Is it the job of a central banker to lecture the world from a Church pulpit?

But first we cannot resist commenting briefly on the Bank of Japan's decisions to gamble on the stock market.

By CentralBankNet's Editor, Jeremy Dyer.


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