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Latest news, interviews and in-depth feature articles from the central banking world
A trial to Central Banking gives you 2 weeks’ access to all the news articles on the site, including in-depth analytical features and interviews with the leading players of the central banking industry.
As part of your trial, you will be able to choose from the various categories of email alerts.
In addition, you’ll also get access to our archive dating back 18 years.
“Central Banking keeps central bankers aware of policy debates, developments and what is happening in other central banks.”
Dr Gill Marcus, Governor of the South African Reserve Bank, 2009-2014
“Central Banking provides the best account available on what central bankers, and their advisers, are doing and thinking.”
Professor Charles Goodhart, Professor at the London School of Economics
“Central Banking is the premier journal of the financial industry.”
Professor Allan Meltzer, Professor of Political Economy, Cambridge Mellon University
How long will it take to set up my trial?
For a Central Banking trial, you’ll be sent an email with an activation link as soon as you have completed the registration form. This link is valid for 48 hours – as soon as you click on it you’ll be able to access the content you’ve signed up for.
Am I eligible for a trial?
In the vast majority of cases you will have no problem registering for a trial.
However, if you have previously taken a trial then we do not provide multiple trials. Similarly, in return for trial access to our content, we require a legitimate work email address rather than ‘free’ email accounts such as Hotmail, Gmail etc. We also reserve the right to block access both at the start, or throughout the trial period if we deem it necessary.
Am I obliged to subscribe once my trial has ended?
Not at all – there’s no obligation to subscribe once your trial has ended. However, you’ll no longer be able to read our content unless you do, and you won’t be able to take another free trial.