How Do Central Banks Talk?: Geneva Report on the World Economy 3

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Much has changed over the last decade in the world of central banking. Most central banks now see low and stable inflation as their main, if not only, target and many have been granted unprecedented independence. Financial markets around the world have become considerably more integrated and, some say, prone to irrational exuberance. With more independence has come the need for more accountability and transparency. With the increased size and volatility of markets has come the need to carefully manage ...

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Overview

Much has changed over the last decade in the world of central banking. Most central banks now see low and stable inflation as their main, if not only, target and many have been granted unprecedented independence. Financial markets around the world have become considerably more integrated and, some say, prone to irrational exuberance. With more independence has come the need for more accountability and transparency. With the increased size and volatility of markets has come the need to carefully manage communication. Central bankers have delivered a high degree of price stability, but now communication is high on their list of concerns, while private bankers and the media devote ever more energy in outguessing the monetary authorities' next moves. These issues and more will be covered by this report, originally presented to a closed meeting of distinguished central and private-sector bankers, academics and representatives of major media, and revised in the light of their discussion.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781898128601
  • Publisher: Centre for Economic Policy Research
  • Publication date: 1/1/1902
  • Pages: 140
  • Product dimensions: 7.20 (w) x 9.32 (h) x 0.36 (d)

Meet the Author

Alan Blinder is the Gordon S. Rentschler Memorial Professor of Economics and codirector of the Center for Economic Policy Studies at Princeton University. He is also a partner in Promontory Financial Group and vice chairman of the G7 Group. He served as vice chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System from June 1994 until January 1996 and as a member of President Clinton's original Council of Economic Advisers from January 1993 until June 1994. Charles Goodhart is emeritus professor of banking and finance at the London School of Economics. Philipp M. Hildebrand is Managing Director and Member of the Executive Committee of Union Bancaire Privee, Geneva. David Lipton is Managing Director of Moore Capital Strategy Group. Charles Wyplosz is professor of international economics and director of the International Center for Monetary and Banking Studies at the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva.

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Table of Contents

List of Conference Participants
List of Tables
List of Figures
List of Boxes
Acknowledgements
Foreword
Executive Summary
1 Central Banks' Communication Strategies: Summary and Conclusions
2 Why do Central Banks Need to Talk?
3 What Should Central Banks Talk About?
4 How Should Central Banks Talk?
5 How Do Central Banks Actually Talk?
Comments and Discussions
Endnotes
References
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