During the Covid-19 crisis we have tended to look to national governments to act, expecting them to pull every lever available to protect life. But have we been looking in the wrong place? Are local, state and regional authorities – often with more knowledge of which policies are appropriate and workable in a given area - better placed to take the lead in health emergencies?
Ben Chu (The Independent) and Lizzy Burden (The Telegraph) speak to Raghuram Rajan (former Governor of the Reserve Bank of India)
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