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Regulation of Financial Sector in Developing Countries: Lessons from the 2008 Financial Crisis

Working Paper #200

YV Reddy

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About the Author

YV Reddy
Emeritus Professor of Economics
University of Hyderabad

YV Reddy was Governor, Reserve Bank of India, from 2003 to 2008. Subsequently, he was Member of the UN Commission of Experts to the President of the UN General Assembly on Reforms of International Monetary and Financial System. Currently, he is Professor Emeritus at University of Hyderabad and an Honorary Fellow of the London School of Economics and Political Science. Dr. Reddy is on the Advisory Board of Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) and is also on International Advisory Board of the Columbia Program on Indian Economic Policies, Columbia University, New York. He is a Member of an informal international group of prominent persons on International Monetary Reforms, and is also on the Advisory Group of eminent persons to advise the Finance Minister of India on G-20 issues. Prior to being the Governor, he was Executive Director for India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Bhutan at the International Monetary Fund since August 2002. He also was Deputy Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Secretary, Ministry of Finance, and Additional Secretary, Ministry of Commerce in the Government of India. He served Government of Andhra Pradesh, India in several capacities including Principal Secretary and Secretary – Finance and Planning, Collector and District Magistrate, etc. He was also advisor for the World Bank.

Publication Information

Type Working Paper
Program Financial Markets Reform
Posted 04/19/09
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