International Journal of Central Banking (IJCB)

The International Journal of Central Banking (IJCB) is an initiative of the central banking community.

Published quarterly, the journal features articles on central bank theory and practice, with a special emphasis on research relating to monetary and financial stability. The main objectives of the International Journal of Central Banking are:

  • to disseminate widely the best policy-relevant and applied research that reflects the missions of central banks around the world across a range of disciplines; and
  • to promote communication amongst researchers both inside and outside of central banks.

December 2015 issue

Can Macroeconomists Forecast Risk? Event-Based Evidence from the Euro-Area SPF
  by Geoff Kenny, Thomas Kostka and Federico Masera

Monetary Policy Committees: Comparing Theory and "Inside" Information from MPC Members
  by Mikael Apel, Carl Andreas Claussen, Petra Lennartsdotter and Øistein Røisland

The ECB Unconventional Monetary Policies: Have They Lowered Market Borrowing Costs for Banks and Governments?
  by Urszula Szczerbowicz

Liquidity Requirements: A Double-Edged Sword
  by Philipp Johann König

How Much Does the Public Know about the ECB's Monetary Policy? Evidence from a Survey of Dutch Households
  by Carin van der Cruijsen, David-Jan Jensen and Jakob de Haan

Model-Based Ex Post Evaluation of Monetary Policy
  by Eyal Argov, Alon Binyamini, Eliezer Borenstein and Irit Rozenshtrom

Interest Rate Determination in China: Past, Present, and Future
  by Dong He, Honglin Wang and Xiangrong Yu

How Frequently Should We Reestimate DSGE Models?
  by Marcin Kolasa and Michal Rubaszek