A rules-based approach to monetary policy needs to be part of any discussion involving central bank policy.
Irfan A. Qureshi
Irfan currently works in the Public Management, Financial Sector, and Trade Division in the Central and West Asia Department (CWRD). He was previously assigned to the Macroeconomics Research Division in the Economic Research and Regional Cooperation Department (ERCD) where he conducted macroeconomic surveillance and monitoring, and worked with the teams that produced the Asian Development Outlook (ADO). Prior to joining ADB as a Young Professional in 2018, Mr. Qureshi was an Assistant Professor of Economics at the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) in Pakistan, and a consultant for the World Bank Group. He obtained his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Warwick in the UK.
Results 11 - 14 of 14
Central banks have powerful tools to affect national economies but they are being challenged by innovative financial practices
After 500 days of trade conflict, policy uncertainty is growing worldwide and the negative effects are being felt.
Major news events, as well as monetary policy uncertainties in the United States, have a significant impact on Asian currencies, but not in the way that some might expect.