Dilemmas in Central Banking: Emerging Economy Perspectives
Tuesday, November 29, 2022 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Location: Horchow HallCost: Free but register in advance
103 (GM Room)
55 Hillhouse Avenue
New Haven CT 06511
The Jackson School of Global Affairs will host a conversation with Duvvuri Subbarao, former governor of the Reserve Bank of India. He will discuss “Dilemmas in Central Banking: Emerging Economy Perspectives.”
Subbarao served as governor of the Reserve Bank of India from 2008-2013. Prior to that, he was finance secretary to the Government of India (2007-08) and secretary to the Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Council (2005-07).
As a career civil servant in India for over three decades and as a lead economist in the World Bank for five years, Subbarao acquired vast hands-on experience in public finance management.
Subbarao holds a master’s degree in physics from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur. He studied economics at the Ohio State University and later at MIT. He has a PhD in economics from the Andhra University.
Subbarao’s book, “Who Moved My Interest Rate,” chronicling his experiences in leading the Reserve Bank of India through five turbulent years, is best known for the way its explanation of the policy dilemmas confronting an emerging economy central bank in a globalized world.
Sigrídur Benediktsdottir, senior lecturer and assistant dean for undergraduate education at the Jackson School, will moderate.
The talk is open to the Yale campus community. Please register.
Open To:Faculty, Graduate and Professional, Staff, Students, Undergraduate, Yale Postdoctoral Trainees
Categories:Jackson, Law, Politics and Society, Talks and Lectures
Contact:Jackson School of Global Affairs