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Central Banks Leadership and their Influence over Financial Markets

Valentin Mihai Leoveanu ()
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Valentin Mihai Leoveanu: Faculty of Administration and Business, University of Bucharest, Romania

Manager Journal, 2015, vol. 22, issue 1, 159-164

Abstract: In the years after the global financial crisis, central banks have undergone to a tremendous pressure from financial markets, from the real economy, but also from the population and politicians. Each part is interrelated with each other, but is in different positions in terms of the influence exerted on the other, in terms of the means and instruments through which their interest must prevail against the other parties. In this context, the leadership of a central bank is the key to the proper functioning of a central bank and also to its effectiveness and efficiency. Based on the central bank functions and on some important principles of decision and action, such as independence, transparency and accountability, the leaders of the central banks should provide guidance for the national economy in turbulent times. As a result, the main focus must be concentrate on aspects like: monitoring policy performance, monitoring efficiency of resources, setting functional goals, managing capital adequacy, balance sheet and liquidity, awareness of external perceptions and reputational risks, ensuring good institutional governance

Keywords: central bank functions; policy formulation and decisions; effectiveness and efficiency of institutional governance; anticipating and avert new challenges; accountability and transparency (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2015
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