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The institutional paradoxes of monetary orthodoxy: reflections on the political economy of central bank independence

By Matthew Watson


There can be no doubting the increasing importance of central banks to processes of international economic management.1 Whilst the names of prominent central bankers may be less well known than those of politicians, and whilst the functions their banks perform receive scant public recognition, the decisions taken by central bankers have a significant bearing on the conduct of everyday life

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Publisher: Routledge
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