Central Banking, Monetary Stability and Financial Stability (Volume 29.3)

How can future economic crises be avoided?

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Main articles

Central banking, monetary stability and financial stability (editorial) by Geoffrey Wood
Do we really need central banks? by Roland Vaubel
Central banks: from politically independent to market-dependent institutions by Pedro Schwartz and Juan Castaneda
World recession: what went wrong? by Robert L. Hetzel
The Austrians and the crisis by Robert C. B. Miller
Is it time for price-level targeting? (sample article) by Steve Ambler
The role of central banks in financial supervision and regulation by David G. Mayes
Financial crisis resolution - the state as a lender of last resort? by Charles B. Blankart and Erik R. Fasten
The Treasury Select Committee: its reach and its role in the financial crisis by John McFall

Other articles

Privatising climate policy by Graham Dawson
Catholicism and capitalism by Philip Booth
Navigating reforms: lessons from India by Arun Shourie
Comment on Navigating reforms: lessons from India,the 2008 Wincott Lecture, given by Arun Shourie by Razeen Sally
Contracts and partnerships by John Hibbs
What attracts foreign investment: a closer look by Nabamita Dutta and Sanjukta Roy

Economic viewpoints

Climate change issues: a dissenting voice by David Henderson
Globalisation and an emerging global middle class by Dilip K. Das
The Articles of Confederation show the need for direct taxation? It just ain't so! by Scott Beaulier, Joshua Hall and Ben VanMetre
This is not a credit crisis - it is a debt crisis by Dirk J. Bezemer
Damn the rules, it's a parallel universe! by G. R. Steele
Top-down support for bottom-up trade liberalisation by Valentin Zahrnt
International Deposit Insurance by Max Gillman


New Classicism and New Keynesianism have failed by Tim Congdon
Three Asian myths and the global economic crisis by Razeen Sally
Privatise all business and law schools by James Stanfield
UN's political correctness costs lives by Roger Bate
Privatisation as a means of reducing freedom: bringing an ideal into disrepute by John Meadowcroft

Book reviews

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