Joseph P. Quinlan is Managing Director and the Chief Market Strategist of Bank of America, Global Wealth and Investment Management, in New York. He is a Senior Fellow at the Center for Transatlantic Relations, the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) of Johns Hopkins University. He is also a Senior Transatlantic Fellow (non-resident) at the German Marshall Fund in Brussels, where his research centres on regional and global trade and investment flows.He is the author, co-author, editor or contributor to over a dozen books. He has published over 125 articles on international economics and trade, with publications appearing in such venues as Foreign Affairs, Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, and Barron's. Quinlan lectures on global finance at New York University since 1992. He is an adjunct professor at Fordham University. In addition to lecturing at Wharton School of Business and Thunderbird School of Global Management, AZ, he has lectured in Europe, South America, Turkey and China on global affairs and international finance.
Sumantra Sen (Author)
Sumantra Sen is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer at Responsible Investment Research Association (RIRA), a non-profit organization that facilitates mainstreaming of Environment, Social & Governance (ESG) factors into Financial Markets through active inputs in Policy, Research and Capacity Building. He is also the Managing Partner at ESGalier Advisors, a consulting organization that specializes in the areas of Sustainable Finance and Impact Investing in the Asia Pacific region.
Kiran Nanda (Author)
Ms Kiran Nanda, a Corporate Economist and Sustainability Analyst who till recently worked as Director at Indian Merchant's Chamber's research wing - "Economic Research & Training Foundation" (IMC-ERTF) since last over eight years. At IMC-ERTF, she handled the IMC's Energy & Environment Committee which comprised distinguished experts and professionals in environment and energy domain and also managed IMC's research and related activities on Water amongst other responsibilities.
Water is the most precious natural resource in the world-far ahead of oil and minerals. Blue Gold not only analyses the impending water crisis to hit the world and more importantly India-but also explores the investment opportunities possible in the water sector.
Presented in the book are innovative, cutting edge ways to combat the water crisis and ways of investing in the right projects. The roles of technology, finance, and a general view of domestic and foreign investment in water are explored by the authors and practical and lucrative financial advice is offered making it an important book in the present ecological and financial environment.
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