INDIA THEN & NOW AN INSIDER'S ACCOUNT (HB)

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Author: Bimal Jalan
Publisher: Rupa Publications India (10-Apr-20)
Edition: 10-Apr-20
ISBN-13: 9789353339999
Publishing year: Rupa Publications India
No of pages: 232
Weight: 350g
Language: English
Book binding: Paperback

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DR BIMAL JALAN is the former Governor of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). He has previously held several positions in the government, including those of Finance Secretary and chairman of the Economic Advisory Council to Prime Minister. A nominated Member of Parliament from 2003 to 2009 and the chairman of Expenditure Management Commission from 2014 to 2016, he also represented India on the Boards of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. In 2019, he was the chairman of the Economic Capital Framework, set up by the RBI in association with the government.

An inward-looking economy with a state-dominated development programme to a liberalized economy operating in a globalized world?india has indeed come a long way since Independence. In this volume, Bimal jalan?long-standing witness to India?s trajectory through the decades?gives us a complete picture of the country economic journey so far. <Br>in the pages of this book we read about broad issues of development policy, the role of science and Technology, exchange rate management, globalisation and more?all significant themes in the ongoing debate on India?s approach to economic reforms towards 2025 and beyond. Based on extensive research and data, and aided by Jalan?s experience as the former Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, this book, more importantly, also gives us a vision for the way ahead.</br> as Indians indeed the world?faces challenging times, the recounting of tales from India?s economic history, when accompanied by the observations and wisdom of a senior economist like Bimal Jalan, can help allay fears and give optimism for the times to come.