Raghuram Rajan: ‘society has to find a new equilibrium’
The former Indian central banker explains the importance of local communities. Rajan, who also served as Chief Economist and Director of Research of the International Monetary Fund between 2003 and 2006, strongly believes the key to solving economic adversity is learning to trust people. Talking to Rana Foroohar for the Financial Times, he delves into how strong, empowered communities can mitigate the appeal of populism.
From Financial Times