Rethinking inflation in times of environmental instability
Inflation has cooled for the time being, but environmental shocks and geopolitical tensions call for a rethink of inflation forecasting and monetary policy implementation, write David Barmes and Simon Dikau of the Grantham Research Institute.
African central banks can help build low-carbon and green economies
Africa’s central banks are uniquely positioned to support their countries’ transitions to a green economy, but there is no one-size-fits-all approach, say economists Reuben Wambui, Joseph Feyertag and Pierre Monnin.
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