The Indian Economy Blog

November 27, 2007

Ask And Ye Shall Receive…

Filed under: Basic Questions — Prashant @ 3:42 am

An answer, that is.

Discovered two very cool sites.

Dr Econ from the the Federal Reserve Bank of San Fransico (one of the regional Feds that makes up the Federal Reserve in the US) and

Personal Financial Education from the Fed system as well.

Q) Are there any sites like this in India? My guess is that the demand should be tremendous, especially given the twaddle that passes for economics in our colleges.

Update: On the blog front, the only economics/ finance bloggers that I know of are Atanu Dey, Ajay Shah and J. R Varma (all on our blogroll). Any other recommendations?


  1. We have just kicked off a site on personal finance for an Indian audience. It is

    I’m embarrassed to be pimping my own site but since it is just a hobby ( moonlight effort, with no ads), I thought it’s ok to share.

    Comment by Ranjan — November 27, 2007 @ 10:30 am

  2. Prof T.T.Rammohan of IIMA has a nice blog here :

    Comment by raj — November 28, 2007 @ 8:21 pm

  3. I would like to add one more real cool site in Economics. It is It is the result of a major initiative by British Universities to develop a highly interactive learning tool in Economics, Finance and Quantitative techniques.

    Comment by Shashi Panikar — November 30, 2007 @ 3:47 pm

  4. I have a blog on Finance & Business targetted at an Indian audience.
    Its a hobby & do it on a part time basis (no ads).
    Its updated regularly.

    Comment by Rohit — December 3, 2007 @ 3:29 am

  5. Easy to understand illustrated tutorial about how Money/Banking/Economic system really works……see all 5 parts to learn the whole truth……..

    Comment by Commonz — December 6, 2007 @ 4:45 pm

  6. The following take might be harsh but I mean to be constructive:
    This blog is also pretty substandard for a blog claiming to be about the Indian economy. It is more about political analysis than economics. There are no discussions centering around monetary policy, no discussion of economic indicators and such other things usual with economic discussions. I don’t even see any charts which so many economists love to flog.

    Some of the Indian economics blogs that have been mentioned are finance blogs or investing blogs. Their focus is vastly different from pure economic analysis for policy making.

    It would be worthwhile to try and get some good trained economists who focus on the Indian economy to take lead in this blog.

    Comment by HmmBut — December 17, 2007 @ 12:52 am

  7. Anybody care to discuss this?

    Comment by HmmBut — December 17, 2007 @ 12:53 am

  8. I would rather like to list two excellent site on Indian Econmy/Finance:-
    have a look!

    Comment by Salman — January 1, 2008 @ 11:18 am

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