Central Banking

Emoney and central banking- International Finance

The academic journal International Finance edited by Benn Steil has a special feature about whether information technology and electronic money will mean the end of central banking. Authors include Charles Goodhart and Michael Woodford. Also in the issue, Richard N. Cooper speculates about the prospects of a common world currency and Otmar Issing writes about Euroland monetary policy.

Contents of International Finance, Volume 3, Issue 2

1. Editor's Foreword by Benn SteilLink to abstract

2. "Can

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