Antti Heinonen explores the unusual patterns in banknote demand in 2020
House prices, cyber crime and crypto assets are also major worries for central banks
Respondents from richer countries use counter-cyclical buffers more than emerging market peers
Treasury secretary says failing to raise ceiling would be a “manufactured crisis”
Senator calls Jerome Powell “a dangerous man to head up the Fed”
Two-thirds of respondents say central bank alone can impose macro-pru restrictions
Boards are prime financial stability decision-making body at many participants
BIS chief speaks about policy trade-offs at a critical time, tech collaboration, tackling NBFIs and the dearth of ‘green’ assets
Sayuri Shirai contrasts modern monetary theory with regimes of monetary or fiscal dominance
BCBS secretary-general dismisses “very tired” arguments against full implementation
Paul Fisher, fellow at the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership and senior adviser for Oliver Wyman, discusses how central banks can act to contribute to mitigating and adapting to climate change, and identifies some worthwhile interventions.
Moyo offers insights into the skills required to be a valued board director
Aspects of the framework raise challenges for implementation and credibility, while climate change inclusion may politicise the institution
Policy-makers should heed JM Keynes’ 1919 warning, say Michael Bordo and Catherine Schenk
Policy-makers discuss what has impacted the renminbi’s adoption as a global reserve asset over the past five years.
Most central banks have policies on whistleblowing, but practice and usage vary widely
Danish FSA chief Jesper Berg says there is a need to think ‘outside the box’ on corrupt money
Lars Schröder, senior engagement manager at SkySparc, looks at what is driving shifts in central banks’ technology requirements.
Central bankers see trust as the most important measure of communications effectiveness
Central bankers and academics reflect on a tumultuous first century for Africa’s oldest central bank
Deputy general manager highlights the challenge posed by radical uncertainty, the benefits of carbon budgeting, and the case for acting now
Insight and perspectives from the world's leaders, premier policy-makers and financiers
LSE professor says AIT a mistake, independence under threat amid inflation surge and climate stress tests unconvincing
Macro-financial links are difficult to integrate into key models. But some central banks are making breakthroughs