About the Author
Anand Chandavarkar is graduate of the University of Bombay and the London School of Economics.
He has served as an academic in India: Research Economist, Bank Award Commission, India; Director in the Reserve Bank of India; Assistant Director, the International Monetary Fund; Economic Adviser, Bank of Libya; Consultant to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (Paris), the World Bank, and the Presidential Commission on Finance and Banking, Sri Lanka.
He is the author of Keynes and India (Macmillan Press, 1989) and Central Banking in Developing Countries (Macmillan Press and St. Martin Press, 1996).
He has published widely in leading academic and professional journals, including The Economic Journal, The Oxford Economic Papers, The Quarterly Journal of Economics and the Economic and Political Weekly, and also contributed to The Cambridge Economic History of India.
He was an invited speaker at the Tenth Keynes Seminar at the University of Kent, Canterbury, England (1991) and the One Hundredth Annual Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, (Eastern Division), Washington D.C., 2003.