IMF sets up new monetary policy modelling unit

Tobias Adrian
Photo: John Harrington

The International Monetary Fund has set up a specialist monetary policy modelling unit in a bid to bolster its leadership role in the study and debates around unconventional monetary policy (UMP). The unit will be staffed by highly regarded experts, including two recently hired from leading central banks.

The formation of the new unit was confirmed by IMF financial counsellor and director of the monetary and capital markets department, Tobias Adrian, during an in-depth interview with Central

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