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The internet is an essential resource, both for research and teaching.
The internet also changes over time and links on this page may go stale.
In the past few years there have been numerous important links appear,
such as those for different professors. This is in addition to the
numerous sites which have been established for some time, such as those
for the government agencies like the CFTC, SEC and Board of Governors.
The various futures exchanges have also greatly increased on line
All this leaves the web site developer with a difficult
task of organizing the various sites in some fashion and in keeping up with stale links. The decision
here was to use functionality to classify sites.
A conscious attempt has been made to avoid sites which require payments,
have an elaborate subscriber format and the like. Freedom to
navigate has been a guide.
However, it can happen that a once free site become a subscriber/pay site and
these sites do appear.
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General Web sites Bloomberg
This was an excellent site for quotes and other market data
until it was changed in April 2003. The site is still very good, but is no longer the standard.
Good for quotes on ADR's, US Mutual Funds and US reference interest rates.
See the excellent Globe Investor link
(also in the Security Analysis Research
links below) for an indepth source of
Canadian and US stock price quotes and other info.
Good for charting interface, quick access to key financials for
three year horizon, Canadian companies.
This site is part of the Globe and Mail site. If you also want
to see the news and other information
use Globe and Mail
Stockhouse.com Another excellent
site (thanks Ray). Good coverage of stocks, commodities, foreign
stocks and news items.
The Financial Post website
One of Canada's premier financial newspapers.
Another good site for Canadian (and other) stock information is
Report on Business TV, now Business News Network
Website for the popular TV show.
Follow the links under 'Market Call' to find analysts picks.
Financial Times (UK)
This is an excellent site to get quotes for exchanges outside the US
and Canada -- as well as for US and Canadian exchanges.
Check this site when looking for info on ADR's.
Yahoo Finance A great collection of sites on
all things Finance.
See for an alternative link to the same info
This last link is useful for obtaining historical data.
Yahoo 4 . Another good
way of accessing Yahoo.
Lots of material here, similar to Bloomberg.
Some general news and lots of Institutional Investor info.
Reuters The website for the
premier market information service.
See also Reuters Money Net
Nightly Business Report website
Business Week Contains
most of the magazine content.
Excellent source of Canadian content.
INO.com Like the others with
a more advanced flavor.
Dow Jones.com if there is a time-out see also
the Dow-Jones main site
Italy's daily financial newspaper.
This is a search engine dedicated to finding information
on businesses, products and the like.
Sector profiles page for TSX listed stocks Look under Listings.
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Academic Web Sites Due to movement of places and people,
these sites do change or go down. This list was last updated on
Jan 15/03. Not all academic sites are listed in this section.
For example, the John Hull site is under Derivatives Securities
and Edward Altman is under Fixed Income.
People (in alphabetical order)
downloads for some papers in behavioral finance.
Laurence is one of Canada's leading Finance researchers. There are some
data links here.
There are excellent links at this site and a wealth of teaching
note material, thank you Don
Robert Daigler's Derivatives
See also Giddy.org
This site has financial calculator routines and other good stuff.
Check out all the interesting material under the readings section of Teaching link.
Of particular interest, click on courses and then the Orange
County Value-at-Risk link.
Bill is the one who introduced the exchange option.
Bernt Odegaard This site has a wealth of information on computers and computer applications in Finance.
N. Roubini Excellent
site for information on the financial crisis and lots of
In-the-Money Glossary and Lots of Links.
Robert Shiller Has good
on-line data link.
William Sharpe The publications
link is a great source of reading materials for Security Analysis.
from the Fisher College of Business at Ohio State.
Rotman School at U. of Toronto Check out the links page.
NYU Research site
Lots and lots of links.
Directory of Finance
See also the
Heilbrunn Center for Graham and Dodd Investing at the Columbia GBS.
The Dice Center at
OSU The road to the OSU faculty
Follow this link to the various Berkley web pages.
This site is not so great, the UCLA one is better ...
Lots of good people here.
of Illinois Office for and Options Research Good info on agricultural
futures and options.
Actuarial Science and Statistics at SFU
SFU has actuarial science ... good info and links.
Attempts at some sites are not always successful. Yale, for example,
has a site which is difficult to navigate directly to finance people,
with the best link being to the International Center for Finance, see
Yale School of Management
This link for the International Center provides lots of excellent information of interest to those
working in the history of financial economics.
Rubinstein link contains links to a number of Stanford sites,
including the Bill Sharpe site.
There are also links to what Rubinstein thinks are the "Best" Finance
sites and lots of useful information on derivatives.
Nobel Laureates for 1990 From nobelprize.org ... the information for Harry Markowitz, Merton Miller and William Sharpe, the winners in 1990.
See also the
History of Finance link on the American Finance Association webpage
for video clips of interviews with Markowitz, Sharpe, Samuelson,
Merton and Scholes.
Knowledge at Wharton
Check out the Finance and Investment link.
The Ohio State clip and video library
is the Financial Economics Network link at the Social Science Research
Network site. FEN and SSRN are invaluable sources for research
paper downloads, job posting and the like. This may be the best
single research site for financial economics on the Web.
FinWeb Maintained by James Garven,
this has lots of useful academic links.
ICPSR The Inter-University
Consortium on political and social research. There is a
link here to a publication archive which is a useful source
Ibbotson and Associates
Now a division of Morningstar, Ibbotson and Associates is a terrific
source for information on risk and return calculations.
with links to almost all relevant publication outlets in Finance.
Risk Management and Derivatives Sites
Moody's Risk Management Check out
Realoptions.org This site
links with a conference, but there is copies of papers and the like.
A useful starting point for real options research .
Applied Derivatives Trading A
free online journal for derivatives trading. Lots of great stuff here.
This site is dedicated to risk management. It is a business site but
there is enough academic material to warrant recognition.
Peter Bernstein's site
Formerly, editor of the Journal of Portfolio Management. There is
links page here that contains some obscure but useful
investment company sites.
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There has been a dramatic and ongoing convergence
of exchanges since 2000. As the convergence process
is ongoing, some of the links below may become outdated.
Derivative Security and Commodity Focus
US and Canadian Exchange Web Sites
Chicago Board of Trade (now CME)
Chicago Mercantile Exchange and IMM
Chicago Board Options Exchange
NYMEX Also has COMEX, 'Two Divisions, One Marketplace
Now part of CME Group.
New York Board of Trade
Includes the Coffee, Sugar and Cocoa Exchange and others.
Now part of the
(the ICE) .
The ICE acquired the International Petroleum Exchange in 2001.
The ICE was established in May 2000 to enter the OTC
market for trading energy derivatives.
In 2013, ICE acquired NYSE Euronext and the Singapore Mercantile
Exchange in 2014. More info about ICE can be found at
Mid-America Commodity Exchange
Minneapolis Grain Exchange
Winnipeg Commodity Exchange
Now part of ICE as ICE Futures Canada.
Merged with the Toronto Stock Exchange in 2008 to
form TMX group.
Exchange Industry Sites
The Institute for Financial Markets
This site is not an exchange site, but is the best site for futures
data (at a price). The Institute (formerly the Futures Industry Institute) is part of the
World Federation of Exchanges
The Securities Industry Association
Created in 1972 from merger of Association of Stock Exchange Firms
and the Investment Bankers Association.
There are also a number of sites which have more complete listing
of exchanges --- in case you did not find what you want listed.
For example, see the
Wahoo by Gibbons Burke.
London International Financial Futures Exchange
Now part of NYSE Euronext.
Milano Italia Borsa
Now part of LSE group.
MATIFNow part of NYSE Euronext.
The London Metals Exchange
Deutsche Boerse Group
The Hong Kong Exchange
The Singapore Exchange
Australian Securities Exchange
Tokyo Stock Exchange
The London Stock Exchange
The Tokyo Grain Exchange
International Stock Exchanges
The New York Stock Exchange
Merged with Euronext in April 2007 to form
The AMEX was acquired in April 2008.
NYSE Euronext was acquired by ICE in 2013.
This exchange merged with OMX AB to form
NASDAQ OMX group
in Nov. 2008.
Toronto Stock Exchange (TMX Group)
TMX attempted to become international with a proposed
merger with LSE but was unsuccessful.
Philadelphia Stock Exchange is also part of NASDAQ OMX.
Yahoo site for Canadian Exchanges
Toronto Stock Exchange, ME, etc.
OR, go to
See also the SIMEX and Hong Exchange links under Foreign
Futures and Options Exchanges for the links to the Hong Kong
and Singapore stock exchanges.
OTC markets Check out OTCQX, OTCQB and the Pink Sheets.
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Sites for Derivative Securities and Risk Management (BUS 818/419/316)
In addition to these sites there are also important listings
Risk and Derivatives
subsection of the
Academic sites section which contains RiskMetrics, Moody's Risk
Management and other sites.
This site contains a useful glossary of terms relevant to derivative securities. There is also a VaR discussion and some other material.
RiskGrades From the
An excellent site for credit risk modeling. Lots of
Derivatives Sites on the Web From Don Chance
Options Resources on the Web
This site is a must see, lots of links to exchanges
and other stuff.
Eurobondonline Lots of links
to derivative prices, analysis and the like.
Futures Industry Association
Not much here but the members link has almost all sites listed
both companies and exchanges
A better link to Futures Industry
Association This link is also given in the Futures Exchange list above.
Global Association of Risk Professionals
Also listed below under industry certification sites.
An educational outfit with useful articles for download
about swap pricing and accounting.
Has a listing of current and past issues of this magazine. Lost
of practitioner material here.
This magazine is an industry favorite.
Financial Engineering News
The Financial Engineering News is publication that bridges the gap
between quantitative Finance journals and practitioners of financial
engineering. Lots of good stuff here, goes well beyond a PR site for
Risk and Insurance The magazine/journal
NUMA An excellent general resource site.
SMOTASS Another excellent
For those wanting information about the types of jobs that are
available in quantitative finance and risk management.
A site with lots of material
about Value at Risk
Riskinstitute.ch Another good
site with lots of material about risk management.
The Risk Management Guide
Test your knowledge.
Economic Research Service of the USDA
Useful information about the agricultural commodities.
See for example,
Farm Risk Management
Risk Management Solutions Great site for
weather risk, terrorism risk, infectious disease risk.
An acadmic site with some reading literature and other information
is the Paul Wilmott site .
This site has recently evolved into a competitor for Risk Magazine.
There is also the site for
John Hull author of the best selling derivatives text and
numerous important articles on derivatives.
The Kevin Dowd
site also has some useful information.
See also the sites which appear under the Academic
Sites such as the Rubinstein, Daigler and Chance sites
and the sites which appear under Futures and Options
such as the Chicago Board of Trade and the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
Finally, there are a number of interesting sites
under the Software sites .
Industry Association links
From the GARP site.
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Government Agencies and Regulators
US Dept. of Agriculture
The US Treasury Dept
US Bureau of Public Debt Division of US Treasury
The Board of Governors of the FRS
The New York Fed
US Government Accountability Office
Check out links with a finance connection, e.g., TARP and Problems in
Canadian and Foreign Sites
Bank of Canada
Ontario Securities Commission
See also the interesting OSC educational website
which has lots of helpful introductory information, including
details on scams and the like.
British Columbia Securities Commission
Canadian Securities Administrators
A forum for the 13 Canadian securities regulators. Useful investor information link.
Department of Finance Canada
Good for information on financial markets and institutions and for
economic and fiscal information.
Bank of England
Monetary Authority of Singpore
Hong Kong Monetary Authority
Reserve Bank of Australia
European Central Bank
The International Monetary Fund
The Bank for International Settlements
The World Bank Some info on bond issues.
To register a corporation or partnership in BC or to obtain information about
a numbered BC corporation go to BC Business Registry . This site provides info on how to search for information on
numbered companies (though this information may not be a detailed as
common sense would seem to dictate.).
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Sites for Fixed Income Research
Lots of links Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA)
formerly the Bond Market Association . Great stuff.
FINRA bond Site This FINRA site is an evolution of NASD, a key venue for bond
trading. Navigate through the bond information link to find bond quote and
There is a direct link on this site (scroll down) to a bond quote service
provided through Morningstar.
Bonds online Good for
quotes and lots of other information -- a top site.
Great site for Canadian bond info online.
Click on the quote link.
The GNMA site
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation.
Student Loan Marketing Association (SLM Financial Corp.).
History for the Public Securities Association
Producers of the PSA prepayment benchmark model
was incorporated in 1976 and in 1997 changed its name to the
Bond Market Association and, later, to SIFMA.
This site has a good
The Fixed Income Clearing Corporation
For those interested in information about clearing operations in the fixed
PIMCO This is the site for
the largest bond fund firm in the world. Lots of info and
market commentary (including Paul McCulley).
Kidder Reports This site is
more general than just fixed income but there is lots of fixed income
bond trading site MTS Group
Another good site with lots of links is
See also the links to the ratings agencies and the Yardeni site (under
BUS 417/902 links) as well as the Federal Reserve and Treasury
under government agencies and the ISDA under trade associations.
There are also sites that provide lots of information about mortgages
A great site for information on default risk.
For those interested in bond trading information Bondsonline is an excellent place to start.
There are also good academic and almost academic sites such
as those for Frank Fabozzi
and Edward Altman .
Sites for Security Analysis (BUS 417/902) Research
A number of the General Sites at the start of the links page are
good places to begin a search for company information. Bloomberg,
for example, is very useful.
Some of the sites listed under BUS 315 below can be useful, e.g.,
the brokerage house sites.
The sites in the following list typically have much more detail on either specific
topics or general applications.
While websites for publicly traded companies do have key filings, the definitive sites for filings with the OSC and SEC are
SEDAR (OSC) and
Zacks This is something of
a source site which is linked to by many other stock research
pages ... a must look.
Globe and Mail site
Go to the business part. An all round great site.
James Cramer from 'Kudlow and Cramer' runs this site. Definitely worth
a visit .
See also the companion site
Mad Money Stocks.com
(look a few lines down for the links to Cramer's Mad Money show).
Investor's Edge . A site
like Globe investor -- good news format.
This site has lots of interesting information about the 'Warren Buffett'
approach to security analysis. The annual report of Berkshire is one of
the must reads for those interested in value investing.
Cramer's Mad Money
From the original "Booyah" man
Good articles, not all advice is free.
See also a related site Louis
Navellier's blue chip growth
Good for researching stocks.
Bloomberg's "Markets" magazine Insightful articles for download.
Free site for annual reports
The Value Line Site
Dailystocks.com All kinds of
useful information here ... quotes, links to sites for information,
Motley Fool For an alternative perspective.
The Hedge Hog This is definitely
an alternative site -- not run by 'professionals' -- check out the links
page. Worth a visit.
There a number of sites associated with the rating agencies:
S and P Index Services . For a direct link to information about S&P 500 earnings
see S&P and click
on Index Highlights.
S and P Main Site Has ratings
stuff, risk services, etc.
Moody's Main Site
Weiss is not like the other ratings services. It is more
of an investment advisor/ratings agency. Well worth a visit.
Demotech, Inc. Specializes
in rating insurance companies and HMO's.
A.M. Best Another rating agency
for insurance companies.
The Dow Jones Site
The ratings agency sites are not as useful as intuition might suggest.
There is definitely a pay for services element to these sites.
More specialized sites:
Metal Pages This site
provides information about the pricing and other aspects of metals
that are not available through exchanges and other sources, e.g.,
Much of the pricing information is subscriber based.
From the SEC, follow the links.
The National Venture Capital Association
Primarily concerned with US venture capital firms..
Grow Think Research
A market research firm that specializes in tracking and analyzing
venture capital activity.
Yardeni's site This is excellent
for all the macroeconomics background.
(This site is now on subscription basis,
The Conference Board
for similar results).
Alpha-week Site for information
on hedge funds, MARhedge absorbed into Institutional Investor, Alpha Hedge.
See also Van Hedge Fund Advisors
and Magnum Funds .
and Hedge Fund Research Inc.
The Hedge Fund Association
An international not-for-profit association of hedge fund managers.
Managed Funds Association
"The voice of the alternative
Report of the
Presidential Task Force into the Collapse of Long Term Capital
Management. Lots of background material here on hedge funds.
If this site is down then try looking for the report on the Treasury
site or the Board of Governors site.
The Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission
Deals with the causes of the crash of 2008-09.
The sites above were/are free, there are also many, many sites which
have any array of subscriber/login/whatever frontends which make
these sites less friendly. Here are a few which could be examined:
Barchart A good site for
Sites for Charting and Technical Analysis
Sites for charting and technical analysis come and go, small sites
get taken over or fail, larger sites change URLs or switch to a pay
format. Don't be surprised if some of these links are stale.
BigChart This is a charting
site, not a subscribe site but has been put here because it is
not as broad as some of the sites above.
BarCharts A traditional favourite.
Really nice looking charts.
Trade10.com This is an
excellent charting service that has lots of supplementary
information about technical analysis. Site has moved or failed, this link is no longer active.
The Future Source site has been taken over by ICE and is now subscription based.
See also the Yahoo2 link
in the General sites.
Possibly the best site for technical indicators for equities.
This site has been taken over by e*trade and now requires an e*trade account.
A site which is unclearly titled and has an odd history is
Turtle trader.com This site has nothing to do with the turtle
spread trade. For this group, a turtle is a follower of a trend
trader known as Richard Dennis.
Turtle trading sites have a considerable following and have spawned various
interesting websites such as
concerned with the history, description and the like for Dennis
Some Related and Useful Sites for Security Analysis Research
Deloitte and Touche site
T. Rowe Price
Public Registers Annual Report Service
PRARS provides quick access to annual reports and other information.
SEDAR Great Canadian site
for stock research.
This site has a friendly interface but is mostly fee-based. Much of
the relevant info here can be found at other sites, e.g., the SEC site.
This was once a Stern site but Edgar has moved to another place ...
Edgar is excellent for getting SEC filing information.
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Sites for Introductory Investments (BUS 315) Research
All 315 students will benefit from examining many of the sites
in other sections of this page. This process will reveal that
many of the sites are functional and are designed for a different
users than the intro Finance student. Sites which are more directly
useful to BUS 315 students include:
Dow Theory Letters This is
the connection to Dow Theory Letters, absorbed by adenforecast following the death of
the acknowledged leading Dow theorist, Richard Russell.
Investopedia Lots of
Personal Investing Info,
from an American site
Basics of bond investing
From the Bond Market Association.
Investment Risks of Fixed Income Securities
The Investor Education site from the OSC.
Information of management fees and performance of mutual funds, from Globe Investor.
The major US brokerage houses all have sites which offer similar
services. One such is the
See Charles Schwab,
Smaller US brokerages include
which services mostly institutional clients.
There are similar sites for Canada, such as
For a smaller,Canadian firm that produces excellent research
see Salman Partners
There are sites for firms which provide specialized brokerage
services for the dealer community, such as
service that was a go-to place to get information about the
specialized deal was absorbed by Reuters
About Stocks.com A good getting
started site with lots of useful information .
Finpipe Another good getting
started site with a useful book reviews section.
A good on-line glossary of
So-called ethical investing has a number of sites
Ethical Funds Inc.
Related ethical investing sites include
Social Investment Org.
A site for Financial bloggers
Sites for Industry Certifications
The financial services industry has a number of certifications
which can be obtained. In Canada, employment in the brokerage
industry requires the employee to have passed the Canadian
Securities course. This correspondence course is administered through
Securities Institute (CSI) The CSI also offers a number
of other correspondence courses.
Canada's largest membership association of financial advisors
Though not required to obtain any specific job, many finance
practitioners have obtained the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)
designation which is a three level correspondence course
given by the Association
for Investment Management and Research (AIMR)
In Canada, many individuals working in the banking industry
have taken courses through the Canadian Securities Institute.
One such course leads to the designation of
Personal Financial Planner.
In the US, a related course is offered by FINRA
Certified Financial Planner
See also the Futures Industry Association under Futures and Options
Exchanges sites listed above, for certification in the futures
and options industry.
Canadian Institute of Chartered
Business Valuators Established in 1971, leads to the
Mortgage Brokers Institute in BC offers certification courses.
Brokers and Lenders
CIMBL is the national organization representing Canada's mortgage industry. This site has information on
the Accredited Mortgage Professional Designation (AMP).
Global Association of
Risk Professionals (GARP) Offers the Financial
Risk Managers program that leads to the FRM Certificate.
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Sites for International Finance (BUS 418) Research
International Finance Corporation
A division of the World Bank, lots of data on Emerging Markets
Another emerging markets site
Vanguard Group Good site for information on international investing.
Information about ADR's From JP Morgan.
Links to information portals for various countries such as
Greece, Russia and the like can be found in the
Investor in the General Websites section.
Euromoney This is
the premier magazine for international financial markets.
Capital Link Some information
on Greece and Russia
FXstreet.com FX quotes and market
information. Has a pay element but still lots of useful free info.
FX Day Trading .Com
Day Trading is popular in the FX market. This site provides information
about what this activity is all about.
Also check out the N.Roubini site listed above under Academic sites.
This is a British oriented site that has lots of material on
other European and global markets.
For information on Irish markets Finfacts
Links list for Japanese finance sites
Other Finance Sites
Risk Magazine Has
links to lots of other stuff.
Futures and Options Week
Associations, Trade Groups, etc.
International Swap Dealers Association
The Investment Company Institute
Great source for info about mutual funds.
Financial Executives Institute
International association of CFOs and other corporate high fliers.
American Association of Individual
Investors There are some useful links here to articles as
well as some analysis of stocks and mutual funds.
of Risk Professionals Worth a peek.
Applied Derivatives.com A trade site
International Association of
National Futures Association
This site has a good links page to various futures/commodity/stock
exchanges. Look closely at the bottom of the page to find the link
to the links.
Finance Association There are lots of links here, to academic
sites in the area and the like. Good stuff for the Asia-Pacific
The Rubinstein link up in Academic Sites has links to all
the usual suspects, e.g., the American Finance Association,
the Financial Management Association.
Trading For the technician.
Sites with Financial Software
Fincad This is
a financial software company, which has great products of industry
Programs work as Excel add-ons.
NAG Numerical Algorithms Group. Math
software, compilers, 3-D visualization.
Markit provides independent pricing, reference data, portfolio
valuations and the like for the financial engineering industry.
Derivatives One Online Derivatives
Pricing, over 50+ derivative valuation models including Swaps, Lookbacks and
Forward Start Options.
Aimed at the nonprofessional user.
When accurate derivatives analytics count.
Programs that can be intergrated into Mathematica
The Mathematica Site There
are numerous applications here that provide Mathematica code to
perform untold numbers of applications. Serious finance researchers
require the best software and Mathematica is an outstanding
The Mathlab site
An excellent alternative to Mathematica, widely used in Finance
A site for derivatives pricing "at the speed you need".
Risk Management and Financial Analytics Software.
This site has software that has a personal portfolio optimization
OptionVue An option analysis
site structured around an options program.
This calculator site is from Don Chance's site.
The TSP site
Evaluation/Calculator Website Useful for Security Analysis (BUS 417)
Open Office .org
This is a free office productivity bundle that includes
a wordprocessor, spreadsheet and presentation software. Not
quite financial software, but worth a look and test spin.
For Accountants, Financial Historians and Actuaries
Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants
There are some links here to research of interest to Finance.
For accountants, click on links on the main web page to
find links to almost all institutional accounting sites,
both Canadian and international, e.g., the FASB site.
American Institute of Certified
Public Accountants Great sources for keeping up with
The FASB site
International Accounting Standards Board
Good source for up-to-date information on accounting changes
source of accounting information and news.
CFO.com Homepage for
Association of Corporate Treasurers
Good newsletters and the like.
New York Society of Financial Analysts
Center for Financial Research and
Analysis This site has information of 'Financial Shenanigans'. It
is a pay site but there is an academic link that is available for free.
For Accounting Historians and Financial Historians
Financial History Review
Leading journal for Financial History.
Business History Review
Publication of the Harvard Business School.
History of Political Economy
A leading journal in the History of Economic Thought.
Journal of the History of Economic Thought
Publication of the History of Economics Society.
For Accounting Historians
A primer on Accounting History From the US Association of Chartered Accountants.
Click on the History of Accounting link.
Lots of info on the history of accounting
Museum of American Financial
The Institute of Acturaries (UK)
Check the Resource Centre link for information
about the history of the Institute and actuarial
science in general.
The Society of Actuaries (US)
Homepage for the SFU
Actuarial Science Program
Be an Actuary.org
Canadian Institute of Actuaries
Russian Actuarial Laboratory
Excellent connection of links to international acturarial sites.
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