Publications

Selected publications by William.

Recognizing the Economy as a Complex, Adaptive System: Implications for Central Banks

This essay has just been published as Chapter 21 in “The Changing ...
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BoE-HKMA-IMF Conference on Monetary, Financial and Regulatory Policy in the Post-Crisis World

This article was co-authored with others and constitutes an official  version of ...
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Things Keep Getting Worse. Time for a Total Reset?

This essay will be forthcoming in a book published by the Reinventing ...
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Conducting Monetary Policy in a Complex, Adaptive Economy

This article was published in Credit and Capital Markets, Volume 50, Issue ...
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William White comments on a paper by Malcolm Knight

CIGI – Hertie School Workshop “10 Years Since the Global Financial Crisis: Lessons ...
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William White contribution to the Quarterly Report of The Bank of England

BOE-HKMA-MF  Conference on Monetary Financial and Prudential Policy Interactions in the Post-Crisis ...
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Ultra-Easy Money: Digging the Hole Deeper?

William White was awarded the Adam Smith prize on 11 September, the ...
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Fundamentals of Central Banking — Lessons from the Crisis

Published by Group of Thirty – Washington, D.C.  October 2015. The study ...
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How False Beliefs About Exchange Rate Systems Threaten Global Growth and the Existence of the Eurozone

William White – Working Paper No.250 – Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas ...
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Summary of Discussion “Capital Flows and Macro Prudential Policies”

Presentation by William White at the  2nd Annual IMF Financial Stability and ...
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The Prudential Regulation of Financial Institutions: Why Regulatory Responses to the Crisis Might Not Prove Sufficient

Article from Bill White published in the ‘School of Public Policy – ...
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Is Monetary Policy a Science? The Interaction of Theory and Practice Over the Last 50 Years

William White – Working Paper No.155 – Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas ...
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