Tag: Central Banks

Central Banks, Financial Stability and Inequality

| 9 March 2015
Blog, Monetary | Tags: Central Banks, Financial Stability, Inequality
When you ask a central banker what her job is, she will most probably answer: “keeping inflation under control!” Indeed, securing price stability constitutes the current raison d’être of most, if not all, central banks around the world. In parallel to this objective, however, many ... continue reading

Monetary Policy and Inequality – What Do Central Bankers Say?

| 24 November 2014
Blog, Monetary | Tags: Central Banks, Inequality, Monetary Policy
“Benign neglect” perhaps most aptly characterizes the attitude that central bankers have traditionally displayed toward the topic of economic inequality. Indeed, monetary policy and inequality have long been regarded as having nothing more in common than just the fact that they both coexist. In the ... continue reading