Financial Regulation Why, How and Where Now?
Monetary Policy Frameworks in a Global Context
How Monetary Policy Works
By Charles Goodhart, Philipp Hartmann, David T. Llewellyn, Liliana Rojas-Suarez, Steven Weisbrod
July 07, 1998
Financial Regulation presents an important restatement of the purposes and objectives of financial regulation. The authors provide details and data on the scale, nature and costs of regulatory problems around the world, and look at what sort of countries and sectors require special attention and ...
Edited By Lavan Mahadeva, Gabriel Sterne
November 02, 2000
This broad-ranging collection assesses the links between targets and central bank independence, accountability and the transparency of monetary policy. Renowned experts contribute to this original and comprehensive text which will be of great value to professional economists and students of ...
Edited By Lavan Mahadeva, Peter J N Sinclair
September 10, 2012
For monetary policymakers worldwide, developing a practical understanding of how monetary policy transmits to the economy is a day-to-day challenge. The data such policymakers have is imperfect, the maps they use are continually redrawn. With such uncertainty, understanding this complicated issue ...
Edited By Richard Brearley, Juliette Healey, Peter J N Sinclair, Charles Goodhart, David T. Llewellyn, Chang Shu
May 29, 2001
An overview of present day thought on the very topical subject of financial stability and central banking. The papers, written by leading researchers, provide a highly informed account of contemporary policy issues and explore the legal, regulatory, managerial and economic issues that affect ...