Central banks’ diversity policies can only go so far – RBA’s Debelle

Guy Debelle
Guy Debelle

There is a limit to how much central bank policy can help ensure minority groups are included within an economy, a senior official from the Reserve Bank of Australia said on November 29.

Speaking at the first Indigenous Economies Symposium, deputy governor Guy Debelle provided an update on the RBA’s Reconciliation Action Plan.

The plan aims to support ‘First Nations’ people in three ways: employment and training; procurement; and community engagement. The RBA has already put together a

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