Central Banking Journal

Interview: Andrew Haldane

The executive director for financial stability at the Bank of England talks to Robert Pringle about lessons from the crisis, the macroprudential toolkit, links between monetary policy and financial stability, and whether the banking industry needs to be…

Interview: Gill Marcus

The governor of the South African Reserve Bank talks to Ramya Jaidev about some of the challenges central bankers are facing both in South Africa and around the world.

Interview: Charles Plosser

The president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia talks to Claire Jones about financial reform, how monetary policymaking needs to change and the dangers of assuming central bankers can remedy all economic ills.

Official-sector balance sheets after the crisis

In the third of Central Banking’s web seminar series, Daniel Gros, Ken Wattret and Tim Young discussed how official sector balance sheets have changed, the new challenges policymakers face and how to overcome them

A future for the SDR?

Richard Cooper looks at whether the SDR could substitute for the dollar as a global reserve currency

Follow the money

Monetary aggregates are set for a comeback in central banking, but as indicators of financial instability, not inflation. Claire Jones reports

Interview: Peter Praet

Fortis’s collapse all too well illustrated the difficulties in saving cross-border European banks. But the ideal solution, a European crisis resolution authority, remains a distant dream. However, there is an existing, yet perhaps unusual, candidate from…

How China is empowering the boardroom

Sound corporate governance is essential if future financial crises are to be avoided. Liao Min and Rui Wang of the China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) explain how the commission is developing guidelines to make this happen

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