Book notes: The long journey of central bank communication, by Otmar Issing

The long journey of central bank communication, by Otmar Issing

Otmar Issing, The long journey of central bank communication, MIT Press, 2019, 104 pages

In this book, Otmar Issing, a leading economist and former central banker at the Deutsche Bundesbank and European Central Bank (ECB), discusses the evolution of communication and its challenges, and transparency and accountability of central banks while conducting monetary policy. He traces the evolution of communication from secretiveness to transparency and accountability.

Communication is still evolving

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