LSE professor says AIT a mistake, independence under threat amid inflation surge and climate stress tests unconvincing
LSE and BoE veteran has influenced central banking policy practices and frameworks all around the world
What insights can history provide for central banks hit by large rises in government debt?
Report from opposition party suggests central bank could target 2% house price growth
Paying tribute to the contributions of the late Allan Meltzer, leading economist and Central Banking Editorial Advisory Board member
Allan Meltzer explains why he is worried about union by back door; first published in November 1997
Robert Pringle talks to Allan Meltzer about reform of international development associations; first published in February 2003
John Taylor says he would “likely have done other things” if not encouraged by Allan Meltzer
John Taylor writes about economist who defied tradition and had major influence on central bank policy
Allan Meltzer criticises the former Fed chairs for giving independence away
Economist and historian assesses Fed monetary policy in forthcoming journal
Independence no substitute for rules-based policy
In this wide-ranging interview, the former chief economist of the IMF discusses the likely fallout from the unsustainable US deficits, the dollar's hegemony, the Fund's failings, the weak spots in the global economy and the future of central banks.