Ruling over Central Banking…doms The (mir)age of independence
The independence of the central banks – mysterious or miraculous entities in the eyes of masses – is practically an inexhaustible topic for scholars-economists and political scientists, as well as for business-persons and policy-makers.
Still, the ultimate bill-payer of all institutional settings and governance organizations is the consumer-citizen.
For this character this bell (of the debate) tolls.
You can read online this printed edition dossier here.
Table of contents
- “Are Central Banks Literally Independent?”
Two sides of one highly sensitive debate. And two Romanian economists taking sides
The National Bank on Trial (by Silviu Cerna)
The National Bank: Starched Indeed, Still Not as Separate as Self-Asserted. Reaction to the article “The National Bank on Trial” (by Ion Pohoață)
- The National Bank of Romania
A Philosophy of Reform (by Bogdan C. Enache)
- US Federal Reserve
The Keys to the American Economy Are Changing Hands (by Nicoleta Stoianovici)