Diversity is key for policy-making and institutional culture

Anita Bezhoska
Anita Bezhoska: "Diversity matters for the functioning of any board or team"
National Bank of the Republic of Macedonia

Central banks influence the economy on many different levels and through a variety of different channels: financial, economic and via expectations. In performing their tasks, central bankers have control over how they achieve their goals, by setting interest rates, deploying unconventional instruments, influencing exchange rates and preventing banks from taking excessive risks. This tends to be done free of political interference.

The justification for allowing central bankers to use their

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