Forceful but late interventions to combat inflation raise the risk of central bank overreactions
Nobel Prize-winner discusses if central banks went wrong in 2021 and what to do about inflation
DGSE models have “nothing to say” about economic effects of Covid-19 measures, Nobel winner says
Fischer has had a profound impact on monetary economics and central banking during his prolific career
Observers allege presidential domination of the central bank, unauthorised FX transactions and untrustworthy statistics
US and Japan call for resignation but China and many European countries back IMF head
Book notes: The state of economics, the state of the world, edited by Basu, Rosenblatt and Sepúlveda
The 2016 contributions of Nobel Prize-winning economists and others remain relevant to today
Book seeks to identify seeds of next crisis, and overriding impression is a plea for more regulation
Fed chair says question of right target level is one of the most important facing central banks today
Economists say current economic conditions call for a revision in the inflation target
Credit is more important than interest rates in supporting growth, economist says
Bundesbank president says mismatch of control and liability is diminishing the responsibility of individual states and transferring the consequences of failure onto the European community
World Economic Outlook says central banks have little reason to fear inflation resulting from loose policy – so long as their independence is upheld
James Bullard defends central bank independence while criticising the European Central Bank for mixing monetary and fiscal policy in its outright monetary transactions
Economist Joseph Stiglitz attacks central bank independence, saying conflicts of interest and recent interventions amounting to fiscal policy are unjustifiable for a non-elected body
The US can reduce its government deficit and unemployment rate if it addresses the ‘predatory’ trading and currency policies of China and other Asian countries, says leading economist Robert Aliber
Robert Pringle and Hugh Sandeman ask is this the damning verdict of the latest batch of books on the financial crisis?
First governor to preside over the introduction of inflation targeting defends framework against recent criticisms
Core financial institutions should not be allowed to undertake excessively risky positions such as naked short-selling, says a draft report from a UN commission.
Joseph Stiglitz, the 2001 Nobel Laureate, tells CentralBanking.com why the US administration must set up its own lender and stop pandering to the banks if it is to fix the economy.
Joseph Stiglitz, the Nobel Prize-winning economist and Columbia University professor, has panned inflation targeting as a "fad" that could lead to economic disaster.
Juan Mauricio Ramirez, a vice president of the Private Council of Competitiveness and a former head of the inflation and macroeconomic programming department at the Banco de la Republica, takes issue with Joseph Stiglitz's views on the proposed Free…
Joseph Stiglitz, a former World Bank chief economist and Nobel laureate, commended plans put forward by Venezuela's president Hugo Chavez for a regional lender for Latin America.
Joseph Stiglitz, the former chief economist of the World Bank, has launched an attack on US plans to appoint Paul Wolfowitz as the World Bank's new president. He suggested the appointment could lead to violent protests.