A Development Banker from Bengal
AbstractAbstract This paper discusses the concept of development banking from the perspective of entrepreneurial history. The life and times of a development banker from Bengal in the early 20th century is brought to attention to show how the entrepreneurial spirit created a bank and sustained a significant development path of the bank through financial innovations during financial crisis. The ideas of the banker is discussed in light of question on theory of economic institutions and particularly, banking theory.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 27729.
Date of creation: 10 Jan 2000
Date of revision: 10 Jul 2000
Publication status: Published in Money and Credit in In Indian History: From Early Medieval Times (edited by Amiya Bagchi) published by Tulika Books NA.NA(2004): pp. 203-218
KEY WORDS – Development Banking; Merger; Socialization;
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