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Release Date: May 19, 2005

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The Federal Reserve Board, along with the other sponsoring organizations 1 of the International Journal of Central Banking (IJCB), today announced the publication of the journal's first issue and the launch of a web site (www.ijcb.org) hosted by the Bank for International Settlements.

The IJCB, a new quarterly publication, features articles on central bank theory and practice, with a special emphasis on research relating to monetary and financial stability. The IJCB web site provides additional information about the journal as well as free access to journal articles.

A list of articles appearing in the premier issue is attached. A list of the members of the journal's editorial board and associate editors, who are drawn from both inside and outside of central banking, also is attached.

Subscribers to the printed version of the journal will receive this year's issues at no cost. Beginning in 2006, print subscriptions will be available for an annual fee of U.S.$100. Subscription orders may be placed online at www.ijcb.org, or by phone (202-452-3245), fax (202-728-5886) or e-mail (BDM-IJCB-Editor@frb.gov). Written correspondence should be directed to IJCB - Publications Fulfillment, Mail Stop 127, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Washington, DC 20551.

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1.  Bank of Algeria, National Bank of Belgium, Central Bank of Brazil, Bank of Canada, People's Bank of China, Bank of England, European Central Bank, Bank of France, Deutsche Bundesbank, Bank of Greece, Hong Kong Monetary Authority, Central Bank of Iceland, Bank of Italy, Bank of Japan, Netherlands Bank, Norges Bank, Bank of Portugal, Central Bank of Russian Federation, Monetary Authority of Singapore, Bank of Spain, Sveriges Riksbank, Swiss National Bank, Central Bank of Turkey, Federal Reserve Board, Bank for International Settlements 
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