Behavioural science in financial policy-making
Effective supervision and communication are core functions of central banks. Yet since the 2008 financial crisis, these tasks are becoming increasingly complex. Many central banks must balance rules and principles-based supervision with transmitting unconventional monetary policy to financial markets amid secular stagnation. This panel discusses how central banks use behavioural research to supervise the financial sector and implement communication strategies.
16:00 – 17:15 Singapore
09:00 – 10:15 London