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Dr. Manuel Ramos Francia, Director General, CEMLA
"I am delighted by the response of our central banks’ community to this project. It has been nothing short of remarkable. We see this journal as a key vehicle of communication for the central banks in Latin America and the Caribbean. I believe that there is untapped research potential in and around the region, and the journal will make sure to leverage it."
Aims and scope
The Latin American Journal of Central Banking (LAJCB) publishes high-quality research on topics that are of keen interest to central banks and associated financial regulatory and supervisory agencies. The LAJCB covers traditional topics such as monetary theory and policy, exchange rates, and international finance. It also includes topics that have gained prominence more recently, such as financial stability, climate change as it relates to financial systems, financial market infrastructures and technologies. Going forward, it could reassess their relative relevance and consider completely new ones.
The LAJCB publishes theoretical and empirical papers, as well as policy papers. The latter are targeted to those policy makers that have considerable expertise in their fields, but perhaps face significant time constraints.
Its papers are not only by researchers in central banks and associated regulatory and supervisory agencies of CEMLA in Latin America, the Caribbean and the rest of the world but, in addition, by those in academia, international financial bodies and others that have a profound interest in the aforementioned topics.
The Latin American Journal of Central Banking is a continuous and open access publication
CEMLA presents a series of video-presentations from distinguished monetary authorities of the region, internationally renowned academics and distinguished members of the Journal´s Editorial Board. The video-presentations feature relevant aspects of research on central banking and the role to be played therein by the LAJCB.
Lic. Alejandro Díaz de León
Governor, Banco de México
Dr. Juan José Echavarría
Governor, Banco de la República (Colombia)
Dr. Darrell Duffie
Graduate School of Business, Stanford University
Prof. Dimitrios P. Tsomocos
Saïd Business School and St. Edmund Hall
University of Oxford
Dr. Fabrizio López Gallo
Director General of Financial Stability, Banco de México
Dr. Daniel Chiquiar Cikurel
Director General of Economic Research, Banco de México
Dr. Serafín Martínez Jaramillo
Dr. Santiago García Verdú
The Journal’s Editorial Office (email@example.com) is available to answer queries and questions related to the publication process, conditions and benefits for the authors, as well as for all governance and communication issues of the Latin American Journal of Central Banking.
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