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Central banks from India to Turkey and Brazil these days seem to completely have lost track of their objectives - jumping from one objective (inflation targeting) to another (exchange rate targeting) and back. Confusion rules.
I have co-authored a paper on Yellen versus Summers with my Danske Bank colleagues Signe Roed-Frederiksen, Kristoffer Kjær Lomholt and Mikael Olai Milhøj. This is the abstract:
I have in a number of blog posts argued that China is a global or at least an Asian monetary superpower, which is exporting monetary tightening across Asia.
It is hard to keep track of the direction of monetary policy in India. This is from Bloomberg this morning:
This is from Bloomberg this morning:
I just found a great paper - "A Coasean Approach to Bank Resolution Policy in the Eurozone" - on banking resolution by Gregory Connor and Brian O’Kelly. Here is the abstract:
I am writing this while I am sitting in London's Heathrow Airport (Terminal 5) after having spent a couple of days in London.
I have been thinking a lot about whether to write this blog post or not because by doing so I will get involved in what I am trying to criticize - the emergence of what we could term 'reality TV economics'.
I have an oped in UK's City AM on Bank of England's new forward guidance regime. Yes, I am disappointed...