Monday, October 17, 2016

Interesting readings

Ministry vs. regulator: How to draw the lines by Ajay Shah in The Business Standard, 17 October.

Unprepared for bad days by Ila Patnaik in The Indian Express, 17 October.

Could SWIFT and CLS Bank become obsolete? by Prof. Jayanth R. Varma in Prof. Jayanth R. Varma's Financial Markets Blog, 14 October.

The Nation Learns to Move On by James Grimmelmann in The Laboratorium (2d ser.), 13 October.

Express Economic History Series: 18 years ago, how the idea of a 'bad bank' ended up in cold freeze by Shaji Vikraman in The Indian Express, 12 October.

It isn't enough to focus on Doing Business rankings by Rajeswari Sengupta in The Mint, 12 October.

India loosens drug oversight as more Indian companies make substandard medicines by Roger Bate in The AEIdeas, 11 October.
Clear the air before enforcing Bankruptcy Code by Anirudh Burman and Rajeswari Sengupta in The Business Standard, 09 October.

A judge wants to make patent trolling a first amendment issue by Sarah Jeong in The Verge, 07 October.

Encryption App Signal Wins Fight Against FBI Subpoena and Gag Order by BeauHD in The Slashdot, 04 October.

What Chinese corner cutting reveals about modernity? by James Palmer in The aeon, 04 October.

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