Mint trawls through RBI governor-designate Urjit Patel's papers and speeches to bring you a snapshot of his views on policy-related topics
Mumbai: Reserve Bank of India governor-designate Urjit Patel is a man of few words. In his 43 months as deputy governor at the central bank, he has given one interview and delivered about two public addresses. Nevertheless, academic papers that he has authored and his interventions at RBI’s post-policy conference calls point to a man who is committed to the cause of low inflation and a critic of excessive government spending.
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