A short, sensible book that highlights key issues – and might make a good, belated Christmas gift!
Falling pork prices are a major drag on consumer prices
Swollen balance sheets carry significant risks for combating inflation, ensuring financial stability and preserving central bank credibility, independence and effectiveness. How can central banks reduce them?
Eurozone’s central bank expected formally to abandon corridor in forthcoming operational framework review
China stops publishing youth jobless rate after record-high figure in June
Analysts believe PBoC has limited room to cut interest rates amid current yuan weakness
The remuneration framework for central bankers needs reform amid failures to hit inflation targets, argues David Bholat
Chinese economy grew 6.3% in second quarter, missing expectations by a full percentage point
Jagjit Chadha warns the Bank of England governor not to let markets take control
The authors make some good points even if one does not agree with this full-bodied attack on Keynesian economics and inflation targeting
Inflation now double the BoJ’s target, but officials are not convinced it will last
Three theories on the causes of high inflation and their implications for policy responses
Nobel Prize-winner discusses if central banks went wrong in 2021 and what to do about inflation
This book acts as an invaluable primer on money-credit-fiscal theory and practice
Officials have restricted policy space due to efforts to contain property risks amid slowing growth
Soviet experience shows MMT worked, only with far more challenges and downsides than promoters envisioned
Resurgence comes after crypto and climate distractions from primary task
Former governor reflects on a turbulent 40 years at the Bank of Japan
The Bank of Japan has pushed monetary easing close to its limit, yet inflation is barely above zero. What happens now?
Central banks lack tools to deal with inflation, Goodhart warns, but IMF chief economist disagrees