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Title The encyclopedia of central banking [electronic resource] / edited by Louis-Philippe Rochon and Sergio Rossi.
Imprint Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Pub. Ltd., 2015.
Book Jacket
Descript. 1 online resource (544 p.) ; cm.
Series Elgar Ebooks
Summary The Encyclopedia of Central Banking provides definitive and comprehensive encylopedic coverage on central banking and monetary theory and policy. Containing close to 250 entries from specially commissioned experts in their fields, elements of past and current monetary policies are described and a critical assessment of central bank practices is presented. Since the global financial crisis of 2008-09, all major central banks have intervened to avert the collapse of the global economy, bringing monetary policy to the forefront. Rochon and Rossi give an up to date, critical understanding of central banking, at both theoretical and policy-oriented levels. This Encyclopedia explains the complexity of monetary-policy interventions, their conceptual and institutional frameworks, and their own limits and drawbacks. The reader is provided with the body of knowledge necessary to understand central banks' decisions in the aftermath of the global financial crisis and controversial explanations of the crisis are illuminated from a historical perspective. Academics and students of economics will find this an indispensible reference tool, offering current and necessary insight into central banking and monetary policy. Practitioners in the financial sector will also benefit from this refreshed insight into such a fundamental topic.
Note Description based on online resource; title from title screen (viewed March 5, 2015).
Subject Banks and banking, Central -- Encyclopedias.
Electronic books.
Alt Author Rochon, Louis-Philippe.
Rossi, Sergio.
Edward Elgar Publishing.
ISBN 9781782547440

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