Populism, Economic Policies and Central Banking
Itai Agur (),
Carola Binder (),
Claudio Borio (),
Ana Carolina Garriga,
Nicolas Magud (),
Donato Masciandaro (),
Massimo Morelli (),
Francesco Passarelli (),
Antonio Spilimbergo (),
Piero Stanig and
Alejandro M. Werner
No 2020/1 in SUERF Studies from SUERF - The European Money and Finance Forum, currently edited by Natacha Valla
This article synthesizes major insights from the conference, embedding them in a broader overview of populism’s interactions with economic policies and central banking. Section 1.1 discusses what “economic populism” might mean, and proposes a comprehensive definition. Section 1.2 offers some economic lines of reasoning for the rise of populism. Section 1.3 summarizes some ways how economic policies may counter populism. Section 1.4 explores how populism and central banking may affect each other. Section 1.5 summarizes and concludes.
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