Journal of Central Banking Law and Institutions (JCLI) is an international peer-reviewed journal. ​​JCLI publishes triannually. JCLI focuses on a range of topics examining the intersection of central banking law and institutions on the monetary, financial system, and payment systems that include regulations, governance (including transparency & accountability), credibility, institutional politics, institutional arrangements, and institutional communication.

The JCLI’s scope is global, and the journal endeavours to publish high-quality research that contributes to the literature and/or impacts macro-economic policy aimed at enhancing social & economic welfare. Research papers are welcome from central and non-central bank practitioners, academics, and policymakers, regardless of their institutional affiliation and geographic location.