C. Rangarajan

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C. Rangarajan
C. Rangrajan at the Conference on "Fiscal Policy in India" (cropped).jpg
C. Rangarajan at the Conference on "Fiscal Policy in India", 2004
Chairman of the Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council
In office
August 2009 – 16 May 2014
Succeeded byBibek Debroy
In office
2005 – 2008
Preceded bySuresh D. Tendulkar
Member of Rajya Sabha
In office
August 2008 – August 2009
Chairman of the Twelfth Finance Commission of India
In office
2003–2004
Governor of Andhra Pradesh
In office
24 November 1997 – 3 January 2003
Preceded byKrishan Kant
Succeeded bySurjit Singh Barnala
19th Governor of Reserve Bank of India
In office
22 December 1992 – 21 November 1997
Preceded byS. Venkitaramanan
Succeeded byBimal Jalan
Member of Planning Commission of Government of India
In office
21 August 1991 – 21 December 1992
Deputy Governor of Reserve Bank of India
In office
12 February 1982 – 20 August 1991
GovernorManmohan Singh
Amitav Ghosh (banker)
R.N. Malhotra
S. Venkitaramanan
Personal details
Political partyIndependent
Alma materUniversity of Madras (B.A.)
University of Pennsylvania (Ph.D.)
ProfessionEconomist
Civil servant
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C. Rangarajan or Chakravarthi Rangarajan (born 1932) is an Indian economist. He was the 19th Governor of the Reserve Bank of India. He is the former Chairman of the Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council. He was a professor in Ahmedabad University.[1] From 1997 to 2003, he was Governor of Andhra Pradesh.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Notification" (PDF). University of Hyderabad: Office of the Registrar. 8 April 2015. Retrieved 18 May 2015.[permanent dead link]