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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    Albers,Norman,“Electronic Fund Transfers und die Geldpolitik,”Zeitschrift fur das Gesamte Kreditwesen, Vol. 41 (May1, 1988), pp. 366–72.

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    Atkinson, P.E.,A.Blundeil-Wignall, andJ.C.Chouraqui,“Budget Financing and Monetary Targets, with Special Reference to the Seven Major OECD Countries,”Économies el Sociétés (Paris), Vol. 17, (July/August1983), pp. 1057–96.

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    Auernheimer,Leonardo,“The Honest Government’s Guide to the Revenue from the Creation of Money,”Journal of Political Economy (Chicago), Vol. 82 (May/June, 1974), pp. 598–606.

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    Australian Payment System Council, The Australian Payment System (The Council, 1987).

    Bank for International Settlements, Exchange Market Management and Monetary Policy (Basle, 1988), pp. i–xiii,11–29,65–96, 188–200.

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    Bhatt, V.V.,“Financial Innovation and Credit Market Development,”Policy, Planning, and Research Working Papers, No. 52 (Washington: World Bank, 1989).

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    Chandavarkar,AnandG.,“Promotional Role of Central Banks in Developing Countries,”IMF Working Paper, No. 87/20 (unpublished, Washington: International Monetary Fund, 1987).

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    Collyns,Charles,Alternatives to the Central Bank in the Developing World, Occasional Paper, No. 20 (Washington: International Monetary Fund, 1983).

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    Cumming,Christine M.,“Government Deficits and Monetary Control in Three Industrial Countries,”Research Paper, No. 8205, Federal Reserve Bank of New York (January1982).

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    Cunningham,ThomasJ.,“Long-Run Outcome of a Permanent Deficit,”Economic Review, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Vol. 71 (May1986), pp. 25–33.

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    Demopoulos,GeorgD., andGeorge M.Katsimbris,“Central Bank Policy and the Financing of Government Budget Deficits: A Cross-Country Comparison,”Economic Papers, No. 19, European Communities, Commission, Directorate General for Economic and Financial Affairs (September1983), pp. 1–56.

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    Demopoulos,GeorgD., andGeorge M.Katsimbris, andStephen M.Miller,“Monetary Policy and Central Bank Financing of Government Budget Deficits: A Cross-Country Comparison,”European Economic Review (Amsterdam) Vol. 31 (July1987), pp. 1023–50.

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    Dowd,Kevin,The State and the Monetary System (Hemel Hempstead, England, 1989).

    Faulhaber, G.R.,A.Phillips, andA.M.Santomero,“Payment Risk, Network Risk and the Role of the Fed,” in U.S. Payment System: Efficiency, Risk and the Role of the Federal Reserve System, ed. byDavid B.Humphrey (Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1989), pp. 197–213.

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    Fischer,Stanley,“Seignorage and the Case for a National Money,”Journal of Political Economy (Chicago), Vol. 90 (April1982), pp. 295–313.

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    Hodgman,Donald R., andRobert W.Resek,“Central Bank Exchange Rate Policy,”BEBR Faculty Working Paper, No. 117, University of Illinois at Urbana—Champaign Bureau of Economic and Business Research (March1985).

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    Leone,Alfredo,“Effectiveness and Implications of Limits on Central Bank Credit to the Government” (unpublished, Washington: International Monetary Fund, October1990).

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    McEntee,ElliotC.,“The Federal Reserve’s Role in Controlling U.S. Payment System Risk in the U.S.,”World of Banking (Rolling Meadows, Illinois), Vol. 7 (May/June1988), pp. 18–22.

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    Mengle,DavidL.,“Legal and Regulatory Reform in Electronic Payments: An Evaluation of Payment Finality Rules,” in U.S. Payment System: Efficiency, Risk and the Role of the Federal Reserve System, ed. byDavid B.Humphrey (Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1989), pp. 145–80.

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    Merrick,John J., Jr., andAnthonySaunders,“Bank Regulation and Monetary Policy,”Journal of Money, Credit and Banking (Columbus), Vol. 17 (November1985), Part 2, pp. 691–717.

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    Meuche,Kurt,“Blueprint for New Domestic and Cross-Border Settlement Systems,”World of Banking (Rolling Meadows, Illinois), Vol. 9 (January/February1990), pp. 16–19.

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    Meyer,Hans,“Implications of the Swiss Interbank Clearing System for Central Bank Policy,”World of Banking (Rolling Meadows, Illinois), Vol. 6 (January/February1987), pp. 26–28.

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    Muller, HJ.,“Mr. Muller Discusses Banking Supervision in a Market-Oriented Financial System,”BIS Review, Bank for International Settlements, (Basle), (January1990).

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    Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Budget Financing and Monetary Control (Paris, 1982).

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    Padoa-Schioppa,Tommaso,“Role of Central Banks: The Issue of Risk in Payment Systems,”World of Banking (Rolling Meadows, Illinois), Vol. 7 (May/June1988), pp. 13–17.

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    Parkin,Michael,“Domestic Monetary Institutions and Fiscal Deficits,”Working Paper, No. 8605c, University of Western Ontario, Center for the Study of International Economic Relations (February1986).

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    Polizatto,VincentP.,“Prudential Regulation and Banking Supervision: Building an Institutional Framework for Banks,”Policy, Planning, and Research Working Papers, No. 340 (Washington: World Bank, 1990).

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    Radcliffe,Nicola,“Towards Uniformity in the Rules Governing Electronic Funds Transfers,”Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law (United Kingdom), Vol. 3 (June1988), pp. 364–66.

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    Rangarajan, C.,“Central Banking and Economic Development: Indian Experience,”Bulletin, Reserve Bank of India, Vol. 42 (August1988) pp. 645–48.

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    Revell, J.R.S.,Banking and Electronic Fund Transfers (Paris: Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, 1983).

    Rimal,BimallNath,The Role of Central Banks in Development Finance: Experience of South-East Asian Central Banks (Petaling Jaya, Malaysia: SEACAN Research and Training Centre, 1984).

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    Robinson,DavidJ., andPeterStella,“Amalgamating Central Bank and Fiscal Deficits,” in Measurement of Fiscal Impact: Methodological Issues, ed. byMario I.Blejer andKe-YoungChu,Occasional Paper, No. 59 (Washington: International Monetary Fund, June1988), pp. 20–31.

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    Teijeiro,MarioO.,“Central Bank Losses: Origins, Conceptual Issues, and Measurement Problems,”Policy, Planning, and Research Working Papers, No. 293 (Washington: World Bank, 1989).

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    Waller,ChristopherJ.,“Deficit Financing and the Role of the Central Bank—A Game Theoretic Approach,”Atlantic Economic Journal (Worden, Illinois), Vol. 15 (July1987), pp. 25–32.

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    “World Development Report: Financial Sector Reform Proves Beneficial when Macroeconomic Environment Is Stable,”IMF Survey (Washington), (July10, 1989), pp. 209, 215–17.

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Part II. Central Bank Independence

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    Arancibia,Sergio,“La Auditoria y los Sistemas: El Caso del Banco Central de Chile,”Monetaria (Mexico), Vol. 21 (October–December1988), pp. 462–76.

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    Auerbach,Robert D.,“Politics and the Federal Reserve,”Contemporary Policy Issues (Long Beach), Vol. 3 (Fall1985), pp. 43–58.

    Axilrod,StephenH.,“Central Bank Credibility: An Alternative to Private Money,”Cato Journal, Vol. 9 (Fall1989), pp. 363–66.

    Banaian,King, andLeroy O.Laney,“Central Bank Independence: An Analysis,”Auszuge Aus Presseartikeln, No. 101, Deutsche Bundesbank (October1983), pp. 9–11.

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    Banaian,King, andLeroy O.Laney, andThomas D.Willett,“Central Bank Independence: An International Comparison,”Economic Review, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas (March1983), pp. 1–13.

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    Banque des Etats de l’Afrique Centrale, La B.E.A.C. à Dix Ans (Yaoundé, Cameroon, 1983).

    Banque des Etats de l’Afrique Centrale, “Réglementation des Changes et Sorties des Capitaux dans les Etats Membres de la BEAC,”Etudes et Statistiques No. 138 (December1986), pp. 238–66.

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    Bejot,Jean-Pierre,“CFA, Comment vastu?”Jeune Afrique Economie No. 115–16 (January/February1989), pp. 78–83.

    Blackburn,Keith, andMichaelChristensen,“Monetary Policy and Policy Credibility: Theories and Evidence,”Journal of Economic Literature (Nashville), Vol. 29 (March1989), pp. 1–45.

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    Bodart,Vincent,“Central Bank Independence and the Effectiveness of Monetary Policy: A Comparative Analysis” (unpublished, Washington: Central Banking Department, International Monetary Fund, August1990).

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    “Book Explores Issues Relating to a Centralized European Monetary Authority,”IMF Survey (Washington), Vol. 27 (November27, 1989), p. 357.

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    Burdekin,RichardC.K.,“Swiss Monetary Policy: Central Bank Independence and Stabilization Goals,”Kredit und Kapital (Berlin), Vol. 20, No. 4, (1987), pp. 454–66.

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    Castello-Branco,Marta,“Central Bank Independence: The Chilean Case” (unpublished, Washington: International Monetary Fund, September1990).

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

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

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    Llewellyn,David,“Monetary Union in Europe,”Banking World (London), (November1988), pp. 30–32.

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    Nascimento,Jean-Claude,“Monetary Policy in Unified Currency Areas: The Cases of the CAMA and ECCA” (unpublished, Washington: International Monetary Fund, September27, 1990).

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    Reserve Bank of New Zealand, Monetary Targets Statement (Wellington: Reserve Bank of New Zealand, April1990).

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Part III Role of the Central Bank in Financial Crises

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    Larrain,Mauricio,“How the 1981–83 Chilean Banking Crisis was Handled,”Policy, Planning, and Research Working Papers, No. 300 (WashingtonWorld Bank, 1989).

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

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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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