Education, education, education: designing a master’s in global central banking

Parts of the course are taught at London’s Shard

Around the globe, central banks have become some of the most highly respected, powerful and successful public institutions of modern times. In many countries, their powers and responsibilities have increased markedly in recent years to take in not just monetary policy and banknotes, but also financial stability, payments systems, sometimes prudential regulation and, in smaller countries, market conduct. Even climate change has become a central banking issue.

But how many people really

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