Book notes: I do what I do, by Raghuram Rajan

I do what I do

Raghuram Rajan, I do what I do, HarperCollins India, 2017, 344 pages

Raghuram Rajan was nearly at the end of a press conference when a reporter asked him whether he was dovish like Janet Yellen, or hawkish like Paul Volcker. It is a question that annoys many central bankers, who dislike the implication of bias. Rajan said he was partially joking as he began his response “my name is Raghuram Rajan…” and then realised he would reveal more than he meant to if he completed the sentence as he

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