Bank for International Settlements
Stephen G. Cecchetti is the Economic Adviser and the Head of the Monetary and Economic Department at the Bank for International Settlements in Basel, Switzerland. He is also a Research Associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research and a Research Fellow of the Centre for Economic Research.
Prior joining the BIS in July 2008, Mr. Cecchetti held a number of positions including Barbara and Richard M. Rosenberg Professor of Global Finance at the Brandeis International Business School, Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts, USA; Executive Vice President and Director of Research at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and editor of the Journal of Money, Credit and Banking. In addition to a textbook entitled Money, Banking and Financial Markets, Professor Cecchetti has authored numerous articles in top scientific and policy journals focusing on macroeconomics and monetary policy. He has been a regular contributor to the Financial Times and is a founding contributor of VOX a policy portal.
Mr. Cecchetti holds an undergraduate degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a doctorate from the University of California Berkeley. He is married with two children.
Articles by Stephen Cecchetti:
Breaking the crisis cycle
29 June 2012, 10897 reads
Strengthening the financial system: The benefits outweigh the costs
20 August 2010, 13295 reads
Financial crises are different!
28 October 2009, 14801 reads
Rescue, recovery, reform
18 July 2009, 11027 reads
Monetary policy responses to the financial crisis of 2007-2008
30 June 2008, 39933 reads
Federal Reserve policy responses to the crisis of 2007-08
10 April 2008, 25067 reads
The Fed’s emergency interest cut: There’s a new sheriff in town
23 January 2008, 16656 reads
Joint Central Banks action on subprime crisis: FAQs
16 December 2007, 19185 reads
Subprime Series, Part 4: Monetary policy and risk taking
3 December 2007, 13268 reads
Subprime Series, part 3: Why central banks should be financial supervisors
30 November 2007, 14395 reads
Subprime Series, part 2: Deposit insurance and the lender of last resort
28 November 2007, 18051 reads
Subprime Series, part 1: Financial crises are not going away
26 November 2007, 32164 reads
Subprime fallout: Preparing for the next financial crisis
18 November 2007, 11996 reads
Subprime crisis: Progress report and more FAQs
27 August 2007, 19674 reads
Subprime 'crisis': FAQs (revised & updated)
15 August 2007, 102274 reads
Subprime ‘crisis’: FAQs
13 August 2007, 86339 reads
Inevitable future of health care
7 July 2007, 35667 reads
Housing in inflation measurement
13 June 2007, 11032 reads
Why core inflation?
1 March 2007, 11641 reads
What is inflation targeting?
1 July 2006, 13283 reads
How should monetary policy respond to asset price bubbles?
1 December 2004, 12066 reads