New ECB presidency must mean a fresh approach to inflation
The European Central Bank should pay mind to the Banks of New Zealand and Canada, whose strategies on inflation offer greater flexibility, writes Michael Heise
The imminent arrival of Christine Lagarde as president of the European Central Bank represents an opportunity – if not an obligation – to review the bank’s policy framework. The ECB can take credit for major achievements during Mario Draghi’s presidency – most importantly, stabilising the eurozone during the 2007-08 global financial crisis and ending speculation about the possible break-up of the single currency during the sovereign debt crisis in 2012. But the ECB’s strategy of...
Subscribe from just 1€
Choose the subscription that is right for you
For the first month
€19.99 Monthly ThereafterSubscribe today
For the first year
€199.99 annually thereafterSubscribe today
For the first 90 days
€55.00 quarterly ThereafterSubscribe today
These offers are not available for current subscribers. Offers and pricing are subject to change without notice.
Terms & Conditions Apply