As a member of the Chamberlain Commission, he wanted the Imperial Bank of India (later SBI) to become a full-fledged central bank
Few economists around the world are more widely known and respected than John Maynard Keynes. Born in 1883 to an upper middle class family in Cambridge, England, he received a scholarship to attend Eton College, where he developed a love for mathematics, classics and history. While he went on to receive a B.A. in mathematics in 1904 from King’s College, Cambridge, the rest of his career was far from that of a typical mathematician.