L. JHA LECTURES: INDIA

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Lecture No.

Delivered by

Subject

Date

1.

Mr. Robin
Leigh-Pemberton
Economic Liberalism, Central Banking and the Developing World October 16, 1990

2.

Mr. Jacob A. Frenkel The Strategy of Economic Adjustment November 30, 1992

3.

Mr. Andrew Crockett Capital Market Innovations: Challenges and Opportunities February 20, 1995

4.

Mr. William J. McDonough Strengthening the Financial Marketplace December 5, 1996

5.

Mr. Rubens Ricupero Globalisation, Hot Money and the Seach for Profitable Investment: Is the East Asian Crisis a Global Crisis? July 17, 1998

6.

Dr. Donald T. Brash Inflation Targeting: Is New Zealand’s Experience Relevant to Developing Countries? June 17, 1999

7.

Prof. Willem H. Buiter Targets, Instruments and Institutional Arrangements for an Effective Monetary Authority October 16, 2000

8.

Prof. Martin Feldstein, Budget Deficits and National Debt   January 12, 2004.

9.

Prof. Lawrence H. Summers Reflections on Global Account Imbalances and Emerging Markets Reserve Accumulation   March 24, 2006

10.

Mr.Jean-Claude Trichet The growing importance of emerging economies in the globalised world and its implications for the international financial architecture   November 26, 2007

11.

Prof. John Brian Taylor Lessons from the Financial Crisis for Monetary Policy in Emerging Markets   February 24, 2010

12.

Prof. Maurice Obstfeld Gross Financial Flows, Global Imbalances, and Crises   December 13, 2011

 
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