Routledge international studies in money and banking ; 61.
Consists of papers produced for a conference at the Centre for Central Banking Studies in London, hosted by the Bank of England and concluded before the events of 2008.
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1. Central banks' capital : an introduction / Peter Sinclair and Sue Milton 2. Central bank finances and independence : how much capital should a central bank have? / Alex Cukierman 3. Central bank financial strength and macroeconomic policy performance / Peter Stella 4. Financing the central bank : capital adequacy and financial independence an accountant's perspective / Robin Darbyshire 5. Securing financial independence in the legal basis of a central bank / Fabian Amtenbrink 6. Central bank capital adequacy for central banks with or without a monetary policy / Luca Papi 7. Exchange rate appreciation and negative central bank capital : is there a problem? / Jan Frait and Tomas Holub 8. Central bank losses, electronic money and contestable central banking / Yuksel and Gormez 9. Funding models for central banks : the European Central Bank a special case? / Ian Ingram 10. Central bank funding models and their risk-return profile / J. Ramon Martinez-Resano 11. How ALM techniques can help central banks / Age Bakker, Han van der Hoorn and Leonard Zwikker.