The Group of Thirty enters the policy debate on important issues pertaining to international economics and finance through the publication of Reports and Occasional Papers.
Pull, Push, Pipes: Sustainable Capital Flows for a New World Order
In this Occasional Paper, Governor Mark Carney of the Bank of England argues that capital flow volatility is rising because of the fundamental asymmetry in the international monetary financial system and the rapid rise of market-based finance.
Is This the Beginning of the End of Central Bank Independence?
This Occasional Paper is adapted from a speech delivered by Kenneth Rogoff at the 2019 G30 Occasional Lecture. The paper discusses the importance of central bank independence and recent trends which may undermine it.