Tim Jackson

Economist interested in bank reform and CBDC.

Tim Jackson is an economist who investigates bank regulation and its links to macro-economic stability. His papers discuss how financial regulation can be best tailored to suit societal goals. He is particularly interested in the proposal introduce dedicated liquidity-providers, or "narrow banks", to reduce the social cost of bank failure. This proposal is as old as deposit insurance but has not been tried. Some forms of CBDC closely resemble such a proposal.

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