The right-hand side of this Blog page contains a list of several useful links and other blogs that carry information relevant to matters discussed here. In addition, I have, over the last few weeks and months, come across a number of other useful repositories of information that are listed below for the benefit of our readers:
“… a dedicated Hedge Funds site targeted specifically to investors interested in Indian Hedge Funds space.”
“…dedicated Private Equity site targeted specifically to investors interested in Indian Private Equity space.”
“Mostly on research work in Economics and Financial System with focus on India.”
This blog, authored by Sandeep P. Parekh, a visiting associate faculty at the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad and formerly an Executive Director at SEBI, “covers securities markets, financial regulations, law and finance, Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) issues, governance and accountability and much else – mainly from an India perspective.”
Comments of TT Ram Mohan, Professor, Finance and Accounting Area, Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad on “the Indian economy, banking and current affairs.”
A news website tracking India’s investment economy – especially venture capital, private equity, investment banking, mergers, acquisitions, corporate law, and entrepreneurship.
“A blog about Chinese law and the legal issues of doing business.”
A blog on Chinese law by a US law professor
I provide links to the two Chinese law blogs above because comparisons about Indian and Chinese economies (and increasingly their business laws) are becoming inevitable.
“… a portal providing quick access to the main corporate law and governance primary materials, news sources and relevant organisations.” This blog has a strong international flavour as it covers developments in a wide range of countries.
“… popular discussion about leaders and organizations —from the perspective of the stakeholders they most affect. It’s the first-hand experienced view of one of North America’s foremost champions of sound governance, responsible capitalism and sanity in CEO pay.”
“… you can expect a quirky mix of entries about business, law, Wisconsin, legal education, and whatever else strikes our fancy …”
Thoughts of activist investor Carl Icahn.