Elke Muchlinski ()
Chapter 6 in Central Banks and Coded Language, 2011, pp 224-225 from Palgrave Macmillan
Abstract Following recent scientific research, I have attempted to achieve four considerations concerning the implications and consequences of the new paradigm of central banking. I have drawn a clear distinction between a central bank’s communicative interaction, hence the meaning of communication which is the key issue, and the implementation of a particular monetary policy, which is secondary.
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