Charles A.E. Goodhart
London School of Economics
Charles Goodhart was the Norman Sosnow Professor of Banking and Finance at the London School of Economics until 2002; he is now an Emeritus Professor in the Financial Markets Group there. Before joining the London School of Economics in 1985, he worked at the Bank of England for seventeen years as a monetary adviser, becoming a Chief Adviser in 1980. During 1986, Prof. Goodhart helped to found, with Prof. Mervyn King, the Financial Markets Group at London School of Economics, which began its operation at the start of 1987. In 1997, he was appointed one of the outside independent members of the Bank of England’s new Monetary Policy Committee until May 2000. Earlier he had taught at Cambridge and London School of Economics. Besides numerous articles, he has written a couple of books on monetary history, and a graduate monetary textbook, Money, Information and Uncertainty (2nd Edition 1989); and has published two collections of papers on monetary policy, Monetary Theory and Practice (1984) and The Central Bank and The Financial System (1995); and an institutional study of The Evolution of Central Banks, revised and republised (MIT Press) in 1988.
Articles by Charles A.E. Goodhart:
Monetary targetry: Might Carney make a difference?
22 January 2013, 13514 reads
Funding arrangements and burden sharing in banking resolution
16 October 2012, 3246 reads
Regulators should encourage more diversity in the financial system
12 April 2012, 11976 reads
Preventive macroprudential policy
29 February 2012, 21098 reads
Sovereign ratings when default can come explicitly or via inflation
2 February 2012, 12372 reads
The political endgame for the euro crisis
14 December 2011, 18410 reads
Europe: After the crisis
25 November 2011, 9841 reads
31 October 2011, 15603 reads
If banks should act as utilities, why not treat them as such?
30 August 2011, 9503 reads
The UK's banking commission has not gone far enough
13 May 2011, 7799 reads
Are CoCos from Cloud Cuckoo-Land?
10 June 2010, 12123 reads
Dividend restrictions as macroprudential regulation
18 February 2010, 31460 reads
The financial crisis and the structure of contracts
17 December 2009, 6956 reads
Why DSGE models should include defaults
26 November 2009, 12956 reads
Liquidity, default, and market regulation
12 November 2009, 7754 reads
Restoring Financial Stability: Book review
24 April 2009, 8682 reads
Credit rating agencies
5 December 2008, 10653 reads
Two goals, one instrument: How can central banks tackle financial crises?
24 June 2008, 27714 reads
Yield curves and recessions
24 September 2007, 12157 reads