Financial and Monetary Systems

Women matter in monetary policy-making. Here's why

In around 20% of countries, monetary policy committees have never included a woman. Image: REUTERS/Adnan Abidi

Donato Masciandaro

Professor of Economics, and Chair in Economics of Financial Regulation, Bocconi University

Paola Profeta

Associate Professor in Public Economics and Coordinator of the Dondena Gender Initiative, Bocconi University

Davide Romelli

Assistant Professor of Economics, Trinity College Dublin


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