Banking and Capital Markets

Why central banks need to promote more women

A woman walks past the Bank of Japan headquarters in Tokyo July 2, 2012. Japanese manufacturers were less pessimistic about business conditions in the three months to June, the central bank's closely watched tankan survey showed, a sign that the economy was on track for a moderate recovery despite the pain from Europe's debt crisis and slowing overseas growth. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY) - GM1E872125P01

The underrepresentation of women in economics is perhaps nowhere as visible as in central banks. Image: REUTERS/Toru Hanai

Laura Hospido
Economist, Banco de España
Ana Lamo
Senior Economist , ECB
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