Based on the recommendations of this Council comprises Raghuram Rajan, Prof Esther Duflo, the state will revitalise the state's economy.
GN Bureau | June 22, 2021
The Tamil Nadu government has announced the 'Economic Advisory Council' to the Chief Minister comprising Nobel laureates, Raghuram Rajan, former governor of Reserve Bank of India and various other economic experts from around the globe to advise the state on how to reverse the economic slowdown. The state government has announced its new Economic Advisory Council in the 16th Legislative Assembly's session.
The Economic Advisory Council will also include Nobel Laureate Prof Esther Duflo; Arvind Subramanian, former chief economic advisor; Jean Dreze, development economist; S Narayan, former Union finance secretary.
The state government, based on the recommendations of this Council, will revitalise the state's economy and ensure that the benefits of economic growth reach all segments of society.
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