*RAJAN *joined the faculty at the School of Public Policy, George Mason University (GMU) as Associate Professor in January 2006. Prior to that he was on the faculty of the School of Economics, University of Adelaide for five years, where he remains a Visiting Associate Professor. He is also currently an Adjunct Fellow at RIS (Delhi based think tank). He has held one year visiting positions at the LKY School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore and at the Department of Economics, Claremont McKenna College in California and shorter visiting positions at the Hong Kong Institute of Monetary Research, National University of Singapore, the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies in Singapore and other institutes in Asia. He specializes in International Economic Policy with particular reference to the developing Asia-Pacific region.
Recent Blog Posts by Ramkishen Rajan
- Globalization of Indian Businesses: The Significance of Singapore
- The Financial Crisis and the Bank Lending Channel of Monetary Policy Transmission
- Does the Type of Capital Flow Matter for Financial Stability?
- Booms and Busts in Private Capital Flows to Emerging Asia since the 1990s
- Foreign Bank Entry Reconsidered
- The Global Financial Crisis and Cross-border Mergers and Acquisitions in Developing Asia
- Memo for Davos: The Unraveling of the World Economy Calls for a Post-Washington Consensus
- Asian exchange rate asymmetry
- Withering Global Imbalances: Implications for Asia
- Global Financial Meltdown
- Should Emerging Economies Like India Adopt Inflation Targeting Arrangements?
- ASEAN Economic Integration: Glass Half Empty or Half Full?
- Foreign Direct Investment Flows within Developing Asia