The Politics of Central Banks

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Index

a
Albert, Michel 135
Alphandéry, Edmond 113, 129-30, 133, 136-7
Arthuis, Jean 136, 140, 159
Attlee, Clement 35, 50, 52
Auberger, Philippe 121, 130
Auriol, Vincent 109
Austerlitz 98-9

b
Baldwin, Stanley 46, 146
Balladur, Édouard 113, 123-5, 128-30, 132, 136, 141, 152
Bank of England vii-viii, 15, 23, 35-95, 145-6, 150-2, 159
Bank of France vii-viii, 15, 23, 96-141, 145-6, 150-2, 155, 159
Barber, Anthony 58-59
Barre, Raymond 116, 121, 124-5
Baumgartner, Wilfred 108-9
Bérégovoy, Pierre 120, 126, 135
Bernard, Jean-René 136, 138
Black Wednesday 76-7, 79, 87
Blair, Tony 92
Bloch-Lainé, François 107
Boissonat, Jean 135-6
Bonaparte, Napoléon 96, 98-101, 145
Bonar Law, Andrew 42
Bouvier, Jean 99, 107, 114
Bretton Woods 36, 51-3, 55, 58, 60, 110, 144, 148
Brown, Gordon 91-3
Brunet, Jacques 109
Bundesbank 27, 28, 30-3, 64, 68, 74-6, 96, 122, 127-8, 132, 136, 151, 158
Burns, Terence 83-4, 86
Butler, ‘Rab’ 53-7

c
Caisse des Dépôts et des Consignations 104-5, 111
Caisse Nationale de Crédit Agricole 105
Callaghan, James 56, 61
Camdessus, Michel 119-20
Cannon, George 36
Cartel des gauches 102
central bank:
economic arguments for independence 17-21;
economic independence 25;
history 15-17;
measuring independence 23-9;
political arguments for independence 21-3;
political independence 24-5;
relations with core executive 8, 14-34
Central Bank of Brazil 33-4
Chalmers, Robert 42
Chamberlain, Austen 44, 45
Chamberlain, Joseph 41
Chirac, Jacques 116, 123-5, 129-30, 138, 140-1, 159
Churchill, Winston 44, 46, 47, 48, 54, 146
Clappier, Bernard 115
Clarke, Kenneth 81-5, 87-93, 95, 151
Clinton, Bill 149
Cobbold, Cameron 53, 57
‘cohabitation’ 124, 128, 135
Commission de Contrôle des Banques 105, 115
Communist party (PCF) 103, 116, 132

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • 1 - The Politics of Core Executive Control 1
  • 2 - Core Executive/Central Bank Relations 14
  • 3 - The Core Executive and the Bank of England (1694-1987) 35
  • 4 - The Core Executive and the Bank of England (1988-97) 66
  • 5 - The Core Executive and the Bank of France (1800-1981) 96
  • 6 - The Core Executive and the Bank of France (1981-97) 117
  • 7 - The Political Control of Economic Life 142
  • Appendix 1 162
  • Appendix 2 165
  • Appendix 3 167
  • Appendix 4 169
  • Notes 171
  • Bibliography 175
  • Index 186
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