Riksbank proposes framework to improve parliamentary scrutiny

Stefan Ingves

Sveriges Riksbank published a set of proposals on June 8 designed to improve public scrutiny of its policies.

The text – authored by governor Stefan Ingves and deputy head of the general secretariat Pernilla Meyersson – explains how the central bank has become increasingly transparent about its processes and decisions over the last three decades.

However, as the Riksdag (parliament) has recently concluded that current forms of evaluation are unsatisfactory, Ingves and Meyersson lay out

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