This is my kind of macroeconomics:
The abstract says:
The case for central bank independence is built on an intellectual two-step. Step one argues there is a problem of inflation prone government. Step two argues independence is the solution to that problem. This paper challenges that case and shows it is based on false politics and economics. The paper argues central bank independence is a product of neoliberal economics and aims to institutionalize neoliberal interests.
Of course Snippa won’t like it.
The actual aim of central bank independence being to stop politicians inflating the hell out of the money supply as Snippa wants to do.
Not that that’s neoliberal, it’s just a rational constraint on the excesses which public choice economics leaves us prey to.