The Evolving Role of Central Banks
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June 1991
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Part I. Role and Functions of Central Banks

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    MeyerHans“Implications of the Swiss Interbank Clearing System for Central Bank Policy,”World of Banking (Rolling Meadows Illinois) Vol. 6 (January/February1987) pp. 2628.

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    Padoa-SchioppaTommaso“Role of Central Banks: The Issue of Risk in Payment Systems,”World of Banking (Rolling Meadows Illinois)Vol. 7 (May/June1988) pp. 1317.

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    RadcliffeNicola“Towards Uniformity in the Rules Governing Electronic Funds Transfers,”Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law (United Kingdom) Vol. 3 (June1988) pp. 36466.

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    “World Development Report: Financial Sector Reform Proves Beneficial when Macroeconomic Environment Is Stable,”IMF Survey (Washington) (July101989) pp. 209215–17.

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Part II. Central Bank Independence

    AdamNigel“Over the Horizon: A European Central Bank,”International ManagementVol. 43 (April1988) pp. 3940.

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    ArancibiaSergio“La Auditoria y los Sistemas: El Caso del Banco Central de Chile,”Monetaria (Mexico) Vol. 21 (October–December1988) pp. 46276.

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    BanaianKing andLeroy O.Laney andThomas D.Willett“Central Bank Independence: An International Comparison,”Economic ReviewFederal Reserve Bank of Dallas (March1983) pp. 113.

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    Banque des Etats de l’Afrique CentraleLa B.E.A.C. à Dix Ans (Yaoundé, Cameroon1983).

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    BejotJean-Pierre“CFA, Comment vastu?”Jeune Afrique Economie No. 115–16 (January/February1989) pp. 7883.

    BlackburnKeith andMichaelChristensen“Monetary Policy and Policy Credibility: Theories and Evidence,”Journal of Economic Literature (Nashville) Vol. 29 (March1989) pp. 145.

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    BodartVincent“Central Bank Independence and the Effectiveness of Monetary Policy: A Comparative Analysis” (unpublishedWashington: Central Banking Department, International Monetary FundAugust1990).

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    “Book Explores Issues Relating to a Centralized European Monetary Authority,”IMF Survey (Washington) Vol. 27 (November271989) p. 357.

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    Byung-JongLee“Independence within Government”Business Korea (Seoul) Vol. 5 (September1987) pp. 2829.

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    ChristensenMichael“Monetary Policy and Policy Credibility: Some Recent Developments,”Memo No. 1986/12Aarhus Universitet, Okonomisk Institut1986.

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    Cua Dernos de Economia, No. 77 (April1989) contains several articles on central bank independence in Chile.

    CukiermanAlex“Central Bank Behavior and Credibility: Some Recent Theoretical Developments,”Review Federal Reserve Bank of St. LouisVol. 68 (May1986) pp. 517.

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    NascimentoJean-Claude“Monetary Policy in Unified Currency Areas: The Cases of the CAMA and ECCA” (unpublishedWashington: International Monetary FundSeptember271990).

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    O’BrienLeslieKenneth andBaron O’Brien of Lothbury“The Independence of Central Banks,”Comptes Rendus No. 404 (Brussels: Société Royale d’Economie Politique de Belgique1977).

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    Reserve Bank of New ZealandMonetary Targets Statement (Wellington: Reserve Bank of New ZealandApril1990).

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Part III Role of the Central Bank in Financial Crises

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    BagehotWalterLombard Street: A Description of the Money Market (London: John Murray1924).

    BaliñoTomásJ.T.“The Argentine Banking Crisis of 1980,”IMF Working Paper No. 87/77 (unpublishedWashington: International Monetary Fund1987).

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    BordoMichaelD.“Lender of Last Resort: Some Historical Insights,”NBER Working Paper Series No. 3011 (Cambridge, Massachusetts: National Bureau of Economic ResearchJune1989) pp. 131.

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    World BankWorld Development Report, 1989 (London: Oxford University Press1989) see Chapter 5 in particular.

Part IV. Role of Central Bank in Economic Transition and Reform

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    BlejerMarioI.DavidBurtonStevenDunaway andGeorgSzapry“China: Economic Reform and Macroeconomic Management,”Occasional Paper No. 76 (WashingtonInternational Monetary Fund1991).

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    CarringtonTim“A Polish Banking System Takes Root, As ‘Mattress Money’ Economy Wanes,”Wall Street JournalFebruary161990 p. A713.

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    ChengHang-Sheng“Money and Credit in China,”Economic ReviewFederal Reserve Bank of San Francisco (Fall1981) pp. 1936.

    ColeDavidC andBetty F.Slade“Adapting Monetary Policy Instruments: The Indonesian Experience,”Discussion Paper No. 310Harvard Institute for International Development (June1989).

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    ColeDavidC andBetty F.Slade“Indonesia Financial Development: A Different Sequencing?”paper presented at seminar on Financial LiberalizationCambridge, MassachusettsJune10–151990.

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    CottarelliCarlo andManuelSebastiao“Transition to Indirect Monetary Control: Some Notes on the Case of Portugal,”prepared for theInternational Seminar on Economic and Monetary UnionPortugalJune8–91990.

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    De WulfLuc andDavidGoldsbrough“The Evolving Role of Monetary Policy in China,”Staff PapersInternational Monetary Fund (Washington) Vol. 33 (June1986) pp. 20942.

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    GelbAlanH. andPatrickHonohan“Financial Sector Reforms in Adjustment Programs,”Policy Planning and Research Working Papers No. 169 (Washington: World Bank1989).

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List of Participants

Guest Speakers

  • G. Arthur Brown*
  • Governor
  • Bank of Jamaica
  • Charles Freedman*
  • Deputy Governor
  • Bank of Canada
  • Robert Heller
  • President
  • Visa International
  • Tim O’Grady Walshe*
  • Former General Manager/Director General
  • Central Bank of Ireland
  • Brian Quinn
  • Executive Director
  • Bank of England
  • Bruce Summers
  • Deputy Director
  • Federal Reserve Board
  • Antonio Fazio*
  • Deputy Director General
  • Bank of Italy
  • Alan Greenspan
  • Chairman
  • Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
  • Lindsay Knight
  • Deputy Governor
  • Reserve Bank of New Zealand
  • Andrzej Olechowski*
  • First Vice President
  • National Bank of Poland
  • Maria Schaumayer*
  • Governor
  • National Bank of Austria
  • Hans Tietmeyer*
  • Member of the Executive Board
  • Deutsche Bundesbank

Participants

World Bank

  • Cesare Caranzat*
  • Executive Director
  • Deena Khatkhatet
  • Consultant
  • Andrew Shengt
  • Senior Financial Specialist

International Monetary Fund

  • Michel Camdessus*
  • Managing Director

African Department

  • Emilio Sacerdoti
  • Advisor

Asian Department

  • Tomás Baliño
  • Deputy Division Chief

Central Banking Department

  • Justin B. Zulu*
  • Director
  • Douglas A. Scott
  • Deputy Director
  • V. Sundararajan*
  • Assistant Director
  • Patrick T. Downes*
  • Advisor
  • Jacque Gautier
  • Advisor
  • Carl-Johan Lindgren
  • Advisor
  • Erik Niepoort*
  • Advisor
  • David Folkerts-Landau
  • Deputy Division Chief
  • Barry R. Johnston
  • Senior Economist
  • Reza Vaez-Zadeh
  • Senior Economist
  • Henry N. Schiffman
  • Consultant

IMF Institute

  • Gerard M.Teyssier*
  • Director
  • Anthony Lanyi*
  • Deputy Director
  • Jeffrey M. Davis
  • Advisor
  • Roger Pownall
  • Division Chief

Observers

  • Saif Hadif Al-Shamsi
  • Executive Director
  • Banking Supervision Department
  • United Arab Emirates Central Bank
  • Raja Attar
  • Director
  • Internal Control Directorate
  • Central Bank of Syria
  • Richard Battellino
  • Chief Manager
  • Domestic Markets Department
  • Reserve Bank of Australia
  • Omar Rodriguez Bello
  • Second Vice President
  • Central Bank of Venezuela
  • Abdelhaq Benchekroun
  • Director
  • Foreign Department
  • Bank Al-Maghrib, Morocco
  • Javier Cardenas
  • Manager
  • Department of Credit, Legal Deposits, and Financial Markets
  • Bank of Mexico
  • Ilmane Mohamed Cherif
  • Vice Governor
  • Central Bank of Algeria
  • Pedro da Neto Cunha
  • Governor
  • National Bank of Angola
  • Sándor Czirjak
  • Deputy President
  • National Bank of Hungary
  • Dariyn Danzan
  • First Deputy Chairman
  • Board of Directors
  • State Bank of the Mongolian People’s Republic
  • Jorge Quiñones del Busto
  • Deputy Advisor to General Management
  • Central Reserve Bank of Peru
  • Naullage Ananda Dharmabandu
  • Chief Accountant
  • Banking Department
  • Central Bank of Sri Lanka
  • Daniel E. Duenas
  • Manager
  • Directorate of Monetary Programming
  • Central Bank of the Republic of Argentina
  • A. J. Geerling
  • Chief
  • Supervision Department—General Affairs
  • Netherlands Bank
  • Clyde Goodlet
  • Research Advisor
  • Department of Monetary and Financial Analysis
  • Bank of Canada
  • Dan Huan Ha
  • Assistant Director
  • External Economic Relations Department
  • State Bank of Viet Nam
  • Takis E. Kanaris
  • Manager
  • Economic Research Department
  • Central Bank of Cyprus
  • Miroslav Kerous
  • Vice Chairman
  • State Bank of Czechoslovakia
  • Bap Kesang
  • Managing Director
  • Royal Monetary Authority of Bhutan
  • Firouzeh Khalatbari
  • Advisor to the Executive Board
  • Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran
  • Pierre Madrieres
  • Deputy Director
  • Foreign Relations Department
  • Bank of France
  • Mohmoud Qaid M. Naji
  • Manager
  • Foreign Department
  • Central Bank of Yemen
  • Gata Ngoulou
  • Central Director
  • Bank Supervision Department
  • Bank of Central African States
  • Harihar Dev Pant
  • Chief Manager
  • Banking Development and Credit Department
  • Nepal Rastra Bank
  • Franklin Proano P.
  • Manager
  • Technical Division
  • Central Bank of Ecuador
  • Stefan Schoenberg
  • Senior Division Chief
  • Deutsche Bundesbank
  • Enrique Seguel
  • Member of the Board
  • Central Bank of Chile
  • Yutaka Shiotsu
  • Manager, Balance of Payments Division
  • International Department Bank of Japan
  • Oumarou Sidikou
  • Vice Governor
  • Central Bank of West African States
  • Ezra Suruma
  • Deputy Governor
  • Bank of Uganda
  • Mengesha Tesfaye
  • Controller
  • National Bank of Ethiopia
  • Andrzej Topinski
  • Vice President
  • National Bank of Poland
  • Iris Teresa Vaz
  • Executive Director
  • Reserve Bank of India
  • Guantao Yu
  • Research Fellow
  • Research Institute of Finance and Banking
  • People’s Bank of China
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