Drawing on the OMFIF commonwealth of experts, opinion-formers and lead actors, our Corona Consequences series presents a debate that aims to be intriguing, stimulating, provocative and partial. We span politics, economics, technology, environment issues and psychology. Scanning the international scene through the OMFIF central banking and public policy lens, writers encompass a wide spectrum of geography and opinion.

Shake-up of monetary policy personnel

Shake-up of monetary policy personnel

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New central bankers to handle Trump strains
ECB Target-2 balances keep rising

ECB Target-2 balances keep rising

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Governing council must consider QE risks
The world turns to Germany

The world turns to Germany

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Fractious geopolitics create leadership vacuum
Promoting diversity among Fed presidents

Promoting diversity among Fed presidents

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Reconciling popular will with central bank independence
Reforming ‘non-existent’ freedom of services

Reforming ‘non-existent’ freedom of services

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Removing barriers offers boon to service economy
CEE economies apathetic to renminbi’s rise

CEE economies apathetic to renminbi’s rise

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Euro liquidity and regional interests take precedence
Making haste on Brexit

Making haste on Brexit

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Joining the WTO must take priority
War by any other name

War by any other name

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Protecting Europe: defence, intelligence, counter-terrorism
Emerging market rally overlooks national concerns

Emerging market rally overlooks national concerns

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Investors must remain wary of exaggerated valuations
In search of a nuclear renaissance

In search of a nuclear renaissance

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Hinkley Point and the Euratom problem
British PM’s downward learning curve

British PM’s downward learning curve

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May and Carney: recipe for sterling weakness
Deutsche Bank reflects shattered ambition and Schadenfreude

Deutsche Bank reflects shattered ambition and Schadenfreude

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Bid to forge new identity in investment banking has turned spectacularly sour
Nous regrettons le Brexit, but it’s your choice

Nous regrettons le Brexit, but it’s your choice

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France will not bend to Britain’s demands
Image and integration

Image and integration

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How to improve EU communication
Cementing banks' role in African development

Cementing banks’ role in African development

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A sound banking sector is critical for sustained growth in Africa. Despite notable progress since
Brexit: Lessons from Denmark.

Brexit: Lessons from Denmark.

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Drawing on my personal experience as State-Secretary in Denmark’s Foreign Ministry (1989-1997) I would like

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