Paul Tucker, Rosa Lastra, Christina Parajon Skinner, Robert Hockett, Nathan Tankus, Raul Carrillo, Stefan Eich, Lev Menand
July 20, 2021
Stefan Eich, Georgetown University
The idea of central bank independence is today in crisis. The reason is not—as its own logic would have it—that prying politicians have managed to impose their wills after all.
Pınar E. Dönmez & Eva J. Zemandl
This article explores the changes in monetary policymaking in Hungary and Turkey in the context of the post-2008 global financial crisis and restructuring.
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Sir Paul M. W. Tucker
This paper follows up earlier work advocating a principled modernization of doctrines for central bank lender-of-last-resort policies and operations.
Monica Prasad, John N. Robinson III, Joy Milligan, Dedrick Asante-Muhammad, Nic John Ramos, David M.P. Freund, Stacy Seicshnaydre, Abbye Atkinson, Brian Highsmith, David Stein, Brittany Alston
In this paper, I argue that central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) embody great promise in becoming a widespread unit of account. [More...]