Lars Schröder, senior engagement manager at SkySparc, looks at what is driving shifts in central banks’ technology requirements.
The Nobel laureate influenced a generation of economists via the Mundell-Fleming model
Unsatisfactory story about the decline and resurgence of the UK’s importance in the global financial system
In a year of exceptional circumstances – especially true for gold, which, in August, saw an all-time high price – Invesco explores how pandemic-driven uncertainty has returned the precious metal to the spotlight of the global monetary system.
Fed’s role in dealing with Covid-19’s international effects has parallels with 1960s, historian argues
Covid-19 represents an unexpected shock that could cause further US dollar decoupling
Bretton Woods institutions worried about growing divergence in capital and accounting rules
Lockdown represents another inflection point for central banks managing $12 trillion in FX reserves
Coronavirus pandemic will embolden government ‘power grabs’
De Larosière floats new commodity-based exchange rate regime
Scepticism is “overdone” and may encourage inaction, deputy governor says
ECB has created framework to help PMI firms bolster cyber defence, being disseminated globally
Fed chair made his name battling inflation, and left his mark on independence and post-crisis financial regulations
Central bank models fail to appreciate demand-side secular stagnation
A vibrant market in SDR linked to commodity prices could create a powerful new monetary anchor
IMF’s financial counsellor talks about efforts for the fund to craft well-targeted policy guidance
Global imbalances are growing, and it is unclear whether the world’s institutions have enough firepower to respond to a crisis, writes Daniel Hinge
Bretton Woods never worked as intended due in part to persistence of gold standard practices
Witteveen headed IMF during one of the most turbulent periods in monetary history
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Over the past five years, China has invested more than $70 billion in Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) countries, of which there are now in excess of 100. Leading Chinese and international policy-makers explain how BRI efforts are progressing. This section…
The second Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) Survey of 28 central banks reveals that they view the BRI as a major driver of globalisation, with a high percentage of respondents expecting the initiative to provide a significant boost to GDP. So far,…
Multilateral rules and multilateral bodies will need to be upgraded in the coming years to better represent the shift in economic gravity towards Asia, which has emerged as the largest contributor to global growth during the past decade.