The Reserve Bank of India: Volume 3

By: Cambridge University Press

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The Reserve Bank of India was set up in 1935, under private ownership. Its charter was to maintain the monetary stability of India. In 1949, it was nationalized. The RBI monitors India’s monetary and exchange rate policies, and the borrowings of the central and state governments. Regulation of commercial banking is another key responsibility. This volume narrates in detail how the RBI coped with the changes that it was required to manage. It is a fascinating story of how policy was actually made during a very trying period in the country’s history. The chapters dealing with the management of the external sector are especially revealing since not much has been written about that aspect so far. Contents - Foreword - Preface - Acknowledgements - List of Tables - List of Documents - List of Appendices - List of Illustrations - Introduction 1. The Defining Event 2. Banking Expands 3. To Whom to Lend, How Much and How 4. Venturing Overseas 5. The Dictates 6. The Bank and Farmers 7. Promoting Institutions 8. Monetary Policy and Market Borrowings 9. Currency Management 10. Managing the Bank 11. Exchange Rate Conundrums 12. Debating International Liquidity 13. Adjustment in Uncertain Times 14. Anatomy of Exchange Control 15. The International Monetary System and the Developing Countries - Conclusion - Documents - Appendces - Selected References - Index. Printed Pages: 1129.

Title: The Reserve Bank of India: Volume 3

Author Name: Cambridge University Press

Categories: General, Business, India,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press:

ISBN Number: 8175962992

ISBN Number 13: 9788175962996

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: New

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Keywords: Reserve Bank of India