The Publications of CEMLA
Since its foundation, one of the main objectives of CEMLA has been the generation of knowledge in the fields of interest of its members, particularly in matters related to the objectives of the central banks, as well as in matters related to their organization and management. To this end, in addition to the training and discussion activities aimed at promoting better understanding of stories, CEMLA carries out and promotes research and technical assistance activities, which have come to materialize in various publications throughout the history of the Center, comprising a wide selection of own authors, those of its members, related and academic institutions.
Currently, the main publications of the Center are: Latin American Journal of Central Banking (formerly Monetaria), Boletín, books of the Rodrigo Gómez Central Bank Award, books of the joint research and the series of working papers that are divided into two subseries, Research Documents and Public Policy Documents.
The non-active series and collections of publications are currently available in the discontinued series section.
Latin American Journal
of Central Banking
Rodrigo Gómez Central Bank Award
External PublicationsPublications of the CEMLA Staff in Other Journals
Interconnectedness and Financial Stability
Martinez-Jaramillo, Serafin; Carmona, Christian U.; Kenett, Dror Y.
Journal of Risk Management in Financial Institutions
Volume 12 / Number 2 / Spring 2019
- Financial Decisions and Financial Capabilities in the Andean Region
María José Roa, Ignacio Garrón, and Jonathan Barboza
The Journal of Consumer Affairs, April 2018
- Currency Mismatch in the Banking Sector in Latin America and the Caribbean
Martin Tobal, Banco de México and CEMLA
International Journal of Central Banking (IJCB), January 2018
- Bank Capital Buffers Around the World: Cyclical Patterns and the Effect of Market Power
Óscar Carvallo Valencia (CEMLA), and Alberto Ortiz Bolaños (CEMLA and EGADE Business School)
Journal of Financial Stability, October 2018