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New Zealand Economic Papers

Special Issue Call for Papers

Deadline: 31 December 2019

Central Banking: Challenges and Practices

Central banks are facing a new and uncertain landscape. The reliance on one policy objective – inflation targeting– and one tool – interest rates – has proven to be inadequate. Despite record-low interest rates over many years and massive liquidity injections by central banks through asset purchase programs, inflation has not picked up as expected in many developed economies. Central banks’ operational independence has been severely questioned. So where do central banks go from here?

This Special Issue of New Zealand Economic Papers will be devoted to addressing these questions using evidence based economic analysis. We welcome research on all aspects of central banking, including its practices, challenges and the future. We welcome both national and international submissions.

Submission guidelines

Before submitting, please read the Instructions for Authors for the New Zealand Economic Papers. Submissions are welcome on the journal’s ScholarOne site.
Please indicate that your paper is meant for the special issue on “Central Banking” during the submission process. Selection of papers for the special issue will follow peer review.


Guest Editors

Associate Professor Olivier Coibion, University of Texas at Austin (U.S)

Professor Yuriy Gorodnichenko, University of California Berkeley (U.S.)

Associate Professor Saten Kumar, Auckland University of Technology (New Zealand)

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