Monetary Policy in a Globalized Economy: A Practitioners View by Rakesh MohanMonetary Policy in a Globalized Economy: A Practitioners View by Rakesh Mohan

Monetary Policy in a Globalized Economy: A Practitioners View

byRakesh Mohan

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Financial stability had eluded most nations after a significant opening up of their economies. India has, however, been an exception to this phenomenon. This has evinced considerable interest in the management of financial sector and conduct of monetary policy in India. Reviewing the working of monetary and financial systems, the essays in this volume unravel the complexities behind the transformation of monetary policy that has helped sustain India's growth miracle.
Rakesh Mohan is Professor in the Practice of International Economics and Finance, School of Management and Senior Fellow, Jackson Institute of Global Affairs, Yale University.
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Title:Monetary Policy in a Globalized Economy: A Practitioners ViewFormat:PaperbackDimensions:348 pages, 9.65 × 6.5 × 0.03 inPublished:July 15, 2011Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:019807493X

ISBN - 13:9780198074939

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Table of Contents

List of TablesFigures, and BoxesPrefaceList of Abbreviations1. Introduction2. Transforming Indian Banking: In Search of a better Tomorrow3. Finance for Industrial Growth4. Agricultural Credit in India: Status, Issues, and Future Agenda5. Ownership and Governance in Private Sector Banks in India6. Reforms, Productivity, and Efficiency in Banking7. Financial Sector Reforms and Monetary Policy8. Challenges to Monetary Policy in a Globalizing World9. Some Apparent Puzzles for Contemporary Monetary Policy10. Evolution of Central Banking in India11. Coping with Liquidity Management in India: A Practitioner's View12. Central Banks and Risk Management: Pursuing Financial Stability13. Monetary and Financial policy Responses to Global ImbalancesAfterwordIndex