Archive: March 2019

Changing Landscapes for Central Banks and Financial Regulators

| 14 March 2019
Discussion Notes, Monetary | Tags: Central Banks, Governing Finance
This discussion note is an extended version of the introductory comments shared by the author at a CEP roundtable on “Governing Finance and Sustainability” in January 2019. It addresses in order the four issues raised in the convening’s agenda. First, what are the historical origins ... continue reading

Green Money Without Inflation

| 7 March 2019
Blog, Monetary | Tags: Environment, European Central Bank, Inflation, Quantitative Easing
To what extent can the money created by the central bank be used to finance investments in the environment? This is a question that is often asked today. The green activists respond with enthusiasm that the central bank, and in particular the European Central Bank ... continue reading