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Dr. Rituparna Das

Associate Professor & Area chairperson, Management

Rituparna.Das@sharda.ac.in

About

Dr. Rituparna Das completed full academic career in Economics discipline/department from University Lecturer to University Professor. He has recently entered the field of business. He published abroad and skilled in quantitative finance, bank risk modeling and applied economics. Passed NET before entering academic profession. He received the status of State funded Research Scholar before Ph.D. and City University of Hong Kong Scholar after Ph.D. He bagged funding from reputed institutions like National Law University and National Stock Exchange. He is Indian Statistical Institute Life Member and Global Association of Risk Professionals Affiliate. His profile is https://vidwan.inflibnet.ac.in/profile/163636.

Experience
  • 22 Years
Qualification
  • Ph.D. (Management/Economics)
  • NET
  • MBA 1st Class
  • MSC (Economics)
Award & Recognition

  • State funded Research Scholar (pre-Ph.D.), City University Hong Kong Scholar (post Ph.D.), Financial Risk and Economics Author and Educator (Marquis Whos Who), One of the IBCs Leading Educator the World

Research

FUNDED RESEARCH

  • Title: Legal, Regulatory and Policy Framework on The Adoption and Promotion of Biofuel in India: A Comparative Analysis with Special Reference to USA and Philippines, awarded by PLR Chambers, New Delhi to UPES Dehradun,URL: https://bit.ly/3kBerYZ   
  • Title:  NSE Working Paper, Year and Month of Completion: 2013, November,  Topic: Nature of Corporate Bond Yield Curves: The case of India, URL: https://bit.ly/3iPxVsB
  • Title: Student Research Project, Year and Month of Completion: 2013, January,Topic: Conflict of Interest, Fair Play, and Fixing Accountability of Market Intermediaries: An Indian Legal Perspective, URL: https://bit.ly/35WOkrE
  • Title: (Post Graduate) Student Research,  Year and Month of Completion: 2014, January, Topic: Impact of FSLRC on Indian Market and Securities Regulations: Legal implications,  URL: https://bit.ly/3kCkBrO

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES/WORKSHOPS

  • EIFAS 2021 - Environmental Impact Finance and Accounting for Sustainability Symposium, at Hanken School of Economics in Helsinki organized by the ACRN Oxford Research Center on 11 November 2021, How much does ESG Compliance contribute to shareholders value? A Study on Asian Emerging Economies , https://www.eifas-symposium.com/event-details-1, https://bit.ly/3GcOYzu with S. Roychoudhury, M.. Das and A. Ghosh                 
  • International Conference on Economics and Finance in Bangalore, 9-10 February 2019, hosted by The Indian Econometric Society (TIES), NMIMS Deemed University and CIMA. Paper Title: “Survey of Credit Rating Methodologies of Mutual Funds”, corresponding author and presenter, URL: https://bit.ly/2BE7w03
  • 4th International Conference on Global Business Environment in Bhubaneshwar, 7-8 December 2018, hosted by International Management Institute and EGADE Business School, Mexico, Paper title: “Sovereign Rating of India and Foreign Direct Investment in India vis-à-vis Other Members of ASEAN and SAARC”. corresponding author and presenter. http://dx.doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.11173.73445
  • 4th International Conference on Global Business Environment in Bhubaneshwar, 7-8 December 2018 hosted by International Management Institute and EGADE Business School, Mexico, Paper Title: “Is Construction of Timber focused Exchange Traded Fund plausible in SAARC Countries with reference to India?”, corresponding author and presenter (published as international book chapter, URL: https://bit.ly/3ci84Hb 
  • International Conference on Management, Business & Economics, on 2-3 November 2018, hosted in Mysore by International Multidisciplinary Research Foundation and Confederation of Indian Universities, Paper Title: “Feasibility of Launching Timber ETF in India”, corresponding author and presenter, https://bit.ly/364WQ7k , ISBN 978-93-86435-57-6
  • 5th Annual International Conference on Sustainability March 17-19, 2016 at Rajiv Gandhi Indian Institute of Management, Shillong, India, Paper title: How Much is the Presence of Timber Exchange Traded Fund Feasible in India -URL: https://econpapers.repec.org/paper/pramprapa/72829.htm     
  • 4th Annual International Conference on Sustainability March 11-13, 2015 at Rajiv Gandhi Indian Institute of Management, Shillong, India; Paper Title: "Sustainable Development: Comparative Analytics of law and Economics: Brazil vis-à-vis India", with Mononita Kundu Das. URL: https://econpapers.repec.org/paper/pramprapa/63339.htm  
  • 12th Annual Conference on Money and Finance in the Indian Economy, 2010, at IGIDR (Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai) 10-12 March, Paper title "Indian G-Sec Market: How the Term Structure Reacts to Monetary Policy'.  Publication URL: https://bit.ly/3kzt6UC
  • Workshop on Conflict Management, Policy and Peace Economics, 2004 at National Law University Jodhpur with cooperation of State University of New York at Binghamton, USA, Economists allied for Arms Reduction (ECAAR) and International Centre for Conflict Prevention and Management affiliated to Centre for South Asian Studies, University of Sydney, 10 January. Paper Title: "Exchange Rate Conflict between Dollar and Rupee". Publication URL: https://ideas.repec.org/p/pra/mprapa/22702.html

NATIONAL CONFERENCES/WORKSHOPS

  • Workshop on NPA and Prevention and Detection of Baking Frauds, Centre of Study in Banking and Finance, National Law University Jodhpur, 2003, January 4. Paper title: "How to Prevent Non-Performing Assets in Small Scale Industries". Published with modification of title. Publication URL: https://ideas.repec.org/p/pra/mprapa/65191.html    
  • Conference on Reform: Road to Good Governance and Sustainable Development conducted by National Law University Jodhpur and Indian Council of Social Science Research, 2006, February 18. Paper title: "Governance of Fiscal Deficit in India".  Publication URL: https://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/65160/1/MPRA_paper_65160.pdf
  • Conference on Development, Democracy and Social Change conducted by National Law University Jodhpur and All India Law Teachers Congress, 2006, January 29-30. Paper title: "Monetary Policy and Economic Development". Publication URL: https://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/65157/1/MPRA_paper_65157.pdf  
  • Workshop on Women, Family Violence and Mental Health: An Awareness Programme conducted by National Law University, Jodhpur and Meera Sansthan, Jodhpur, February 29 - March 1, 2004. Paper Title: Modelling Violence against Women in India: Theories and Problems. Publication URL:  https://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/65164/10/MPRA_paper_65164.pdf
  • 24th Rajasthan Economic Conference and National Seminar on Public Economics, conducted by Mohan Lal Sukhadia University, Udaipur, 17-19 January, 2003, Paper Title: Government Borrowing and Money Supply in India. Publication URL: https://bit.ly/3fDjLfk

INTERNATIONAL BOOKS/MONOGRAPHS

  • Interdisciplinary Approaches to Public Policy and Sustainability, Pennsylvania: IGI-Global (2020), ISBN 9781799803157, 300 pages, as Principal Editor, https://rb.gy/nn9yov, https://catalog.princeton.edu/catalog/99118401863506421 
  • Handbook of Fixed Income Securities Volume II: Monographs on Term Structure, Saarbrücken: Verlag Dr. Müller (2011), ISBN-13: 978-3639352634, 22 April, 168 pages, https://rb.gy/aiaq6q
  • Handbook of Fixed Income Securities: Indian Banking Perspective, Saarbrücken: Verlag Dr. Müller (2010), ISBN-13: 978-3639255478, 112 pages, https://rb.gy/kvynh3
  • Monetary History of India: Forecasting Perspective of Central Banks and Economists, Saarbrücken: Verlag Dr. Müller (2010), ISBN-13:978-3639269475,  25 June, 140 pages, https://rb.gy/zcu1ll (It is the published version of the research work carried out by the author in the Centre for Studies in Banking and Finance (CSBF) at National Law University Jodhpur under the title “Forecasting Money Supply in India”.)
  • Research Methodology in Social Sciences and Management: Models on Indian Issues, Saarbrücken: Verlag Dr. Müller (2010), ISBN-13: 978-3639295467, 24 September, 224 pages, https://rb.gy/b6qrdw
  • Handbook of Management Principles: MNC Perspective, Saarbrücken: Verlag Dr. Müller (2010), ISBN-13: 978-3639261783, 8 June, 156 pages, https://rb.gy/plluz7

SCOPUS/ABDC/ELSEVIER WORKS

  • “Is Construction of Timber Focused Exchange Traded Fund Plausible in SAARC Countries With Reference to India?”, Chapter 8 in Handbook of Research on Managerial Practices and Disruptive Innovation in Asia, Patricia Ordoñez de Pablos, Xi Zhang  and Kwok Tai Chui (Eds.), ISBN13: 9781799803577, IGI-Global (2019), pp 147-170, corresponding author, https://bit.ly/2Kk8frt
  • Are the payments system and e-banking in India safer than in other SAARC members? International Journal of Information Security and Privacy, Volume 10, Issue 2, Article 2), 2016, ISSN 1930-1650, pp 11-25, also indexed in ,,, , https://rb.gy/ttgmsa
  • Liquidation of Cooperative Banks in India: Implications of Performance Indicators for Liquidation, ACRN Oxford Journal of Finance and Risk Perspectives, Volume 4, Issue 4, 2015, pp 1-22, ISSN 2305-7394, also indexed in , 2015, https://rb.gy/fpyuo7
  •  “Do Nonperforming Assets Alone Determine Bank Performance?” Chapter 24 in the book Handbook of Research on Global Business Opportunities, Bryan Christiansen (Ed.), Pennsylvania: IGI-Global (2014), October, pp 532-550, ISBN13: 9781466665514, also indexed in , , https://rb.gy/zdj1xe
  • “Eminent Domain in Argentina, Brazil and Mexico” in the book Handbook of Research on Global Business Opportunities, Bryan Christiansen (Ed.), Pennsylvania: IGI-Global (2014), October, with first author Arun Shankar, Chapter 16, ISBN 978-1-4666-6551-4. pp 350-366, also indexed in and , https://rb.gy/zdj1xe
  • “Law and Neuroeconomics of Credit Default and Lender Protection: Uruguay vis-à-vis India”, Chapter 14 in ‘Transcontinental Strategies for Industrial Development and Economic Growth, B Christiansen and G Koc (Eds.), Pennsylvania: IGI-Global (2017), March, ISBN13: 9781522521600 pp 245-265, https://rb.gy/4wecjf
  • “The Evolution of Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Sustainability Practices in China”, Chapter 4 in 'The China Business Model: Originality and Limits', Elisabeth Paulet and Chris Rowley (Eds), ISBN: 9780081007501 Oxford: Elsevier (2017). with first author Harish Chandan, pp 71-96, https://rb.gy/66ogqs
  • “Entrepreneurial Education for an Entrepreneurial Society”, Chapter 15 in Neeta Baporikar (Ed.)Handbook of Research on Entrepreneurship in the Contemporary Knowledge-based Global Economy, Pennsylvania: IGI-Global (2015), October, with first author Raghubir Singh Chauhan, ISBN13: 978146668798, pp 340-369, also indexed in , https://rb.gy/b2pfqt
  • "Gender and Water" Chapter 11 in the book Nationalism, Cultural Indoctrination, and Economic Prosperity in the Digital Age, Bryan Christiansen and Joyce Koeman (Eds), 2015, Pennsylvania: IGI-Global (2015), January, as corresponding author, ISBN 978-1-4666-7492-9, pp. 241-256, also indexed in , https://rb.gy/ohskam
  • “Higher Education Concerns for Natives in the Post Crisis Period Canada vs. India: A Case Approach” Chapter 15 in Handbook of Research on Higher Education in the MENA Region: Policy and Practice, Neeta Baporikar (Ed.), Pennsylvania: IGI-Global (2014),  June, ISBN 978-1-4666-6201-8, pp. 345-368, also indexed in and , with Mononita Kundu Das, https://rb.gy/fjv61i
  • “Critical Review of Curriculum in Legal Financial Studies in Turkey:  Perspectives and Prospects” Chapter 6 in Handbook of Research on Higher Education in the MENA Region: Policy and Practice, Neeta Baporikar (Ed.), Pennsylvania: IGI-Global (2014), June, with first author Deboshree Banerji, ISBN 978-1-4666-6201-8, pp. 102-118, also indexed in , , https://rb.gy/fjv61i
  • “Understanding the Impact of Securities Markets Reform on the Economy of Brazil” Chapter 19 in Handbook of Research on Economic Growth and Technological Change in Latin America, Bryan Christiansen (Ed.), Pennsylvania: IGI-Global (2014), June, with first author Deboshree Banerji, ISBN 978-1-4666-6224-7, pp. 339-349, also indexed in , https://rb.gy/gx9xgd
  • “Investigation into Loan Default Problems in Infrastructure, Real Estate, and Constructions Sectors facing the New Generation Private Sector Banks”, Ray, N. and Chakraborty, K. (Eds). Chapter 9 in Handbook of Research on Strategic Business Infrastructure Development and Contemporary Issues in Finance, Pennsylvania: IGI-GLOBAL (2014), pp 107-123, ISBN13: 9781466651548, also indexed in , https://rb.gy/dxxiuk
  • Computing Skills in Forecasting for Liquidity Risk Management in The Indian Banking Industry”, Hsu William (Ed.). Chapter 8 in Emerging Methods in Predictive Analytics: Risk Management and Decision-Making, Pennsylvania: IGI-GLOBAL (2014), January, pp 172-185, ISBN13: 9781466650633, https://rb.gy/2gjeup
  • Money Supply: Predictive Analytics in India, Hsu William (Ed.). Chapter 14, Emerging Methods in Predictive Analytics: Risk Management and Decision-Making, Pennsylvania: IGI-GLOBAL (2014), pp 334-348, ISBN13: 9781466650633, https://rb.gy/2gjeup
  • “E-banking in India: Risk Management in Payments and Settlement System”, Chapter 21 in Approaches and Processes for Managing the Economics of Information System, Theodosios Tsiakis, Theodoros Kargidis and Panagiotis Katsaros (Eds.), Pennsylvania: IGI-Global (2014), January, pp 348-362, ISBN13: 9781466649835, also indexed in , https://rb.gy/sjuqiy
  •  “Linkage between Liquidity and Inflation in the Post Crisis Period in India” with Michael C. S. Wong Chapter 5 in Emerging Markets and the Global Economy, Nguyen, D, Boubaker, S. & Arouri, M. (Eds).Oxford: Academic Press, Elsevier (2013), ISBN: 978-0-12-411549-1. pp. 99-113, https://bit.ly/35Tzp15
  • “A Game Theoretic Approach to Corporate Lending by the Banks in India”, Chapter 15 in Economic Behavior, Game Theory and Technology in Emerging Markets, Bryan Christiansen and Müslüm Basilgan (Eds.), Pennsylvania: IGI-Global (2013), November, pp 271-288, ISBN13: 9781466647459, https://rb.gy/k2ie72
  • “Are the Banks in India Comfortable on the Eve of Basel III?” Chapter 14 in Koyuncugil A. S. and Ozgulbas, N. (Eds). Technology and Financial Crisis: Economical and Analytical Views. Pennsylvania: IGI-Global (2013), February, pp 145-162, ISBN13: 9781466630062, https://rb.gy/aprlas
  • “Revisiting Interest Rate Pricing Models from an Indian Perspective: Lessons and Challenges” Chapter 35 with Michael. C. S. Wong in Rethinking Valuation and Pricing Models: Lessons Learned from the Crisis and Future Challenges, C.S. Wehn, C. Hoppe, and G.N. Gregoriou, (Eds), Oxford: Academic Press, Elsevier (2013), ISBN 978-0-12-415875-7. pp 571-583, https://bit.ly/32N2xFn
  • “Product VaR Modeling” Chapter 2 in The Risk of Investment Products - From Product Innovation to Risk Compliance, Michael C. S. Wong (Ed.), Singapore: World Scientific Publishing (2011), July, ISBN: 978-981-4354-98-1, pp 17-29, https://rb.gy/ivwdxa
  • “Review of Entrepreneurship Education in Europe, Middle East, North American Countries compared to India”, Chapter 3 in Entrepreneurship: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications, Pennsylvania: IGI-Global (2017), March with first author Raghubir Singh Chauhan, ISBN13: 9781522519232, pp 306-319, 2016, https://bit.ly/336WACT
  • “Entrepreneurship Policy Framework: Understanding Cultural and Educational Determinants for Entrepreneurship”, Chapter 61 in ‘Entrepreneurship: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications, Pennsylvania: IGI-Global (2017), March, ISBN13: 9781522519232| with first author Raghubir Singh Chauhan, pp 95-139, https://bit.ly/336WACT.

NON-SCOPUS WORKS

  • “Modelling Sovereign Rating of India: Using Principal Component Analysis and Logistic Regression” Chapter in Bryan Christiansen and Tihana Škrinjarić (Eds.) Handbook of Research on Applied AI for International Business and Marketing Application, DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-5077-9.ch019, ISBN13: 9781799850779, Pennsylvania: IGI-Global (2021), https://www.igi-global.com/chapter/modeling-sovereign-rating-of-india/261948
  • “Connection between Bank Competition and Bank Performance in India” in Tihana Škrinjarić, Mirjana Čižmešija and Bryan Christiansen (Eds.). Recent Applications of Financial Risk Modelling and Portfolio Management, Pennsylvania: IGI-Global (2021) DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-5083-0.ch011, ISBN13: 9781799850830, Ch 11, pp 222-34, https://bit.ly/2R6ughe  
  • “Are the Payments System and e-Banking in India Safer than in other SAARC Members?”. Chapter 85 in Management Association, (Eds.), Start-Ups and SMEs: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications (pp. 1646-1663). IGI Global, Pennsylvania, ISBN13: 9781799817604|ISBN10: 1799817601|EISBN13: 9781799817611|(2020) (Republication of ABDC indexed article, IJISP 10(2), 11-25), https://rb.gy/urmyxf
  • Critical Analysis of the Role of the Reserve Bank of India in Managing Liquidity in the Interbank Market amidst Financial Stress, International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management, Volume 5, No 3, Article 2, ISSN 2160-9624, Indexed in , , , , , 2016, pp 33-45, https://bit.ly/2RNRCVz
  • “Higher Education Admission Policy and Practices in India”, Chapter in International Perspectives on Higher Education Admission Policy, Virginia Stead (Ed.), New York: Peter Lang (2015), Chapter 2, pp 13-23, ISBN-10: 1433121638, https://bit.ly/3hXnKkw
  •  “Post Graduate Management Education in India: Issues of Policy, Finance and Standard in Infrastructure, Technology and Innovation”, Chapter 13, in Patricia Ordóñez de Pablos and Robert D. Tennyson (Eds). Strategic Approaches for Human Capital Management and Development in a Turbulent Economy, Pennsylvania: IGI-Global (2013)/, pp 204-219, ISBN13: 9781466645301, https://rb.gy/ltesra
  • “Why Should All the Eurobonds Issued by Indian Banks Carry Uniform Regulatory Credit Risk Charge?” Chapter 2 in Wong, Michael C. S. and Chan, Wilson F. C. (EDs.). Investing in Offshore Asian Currency Markets: The Shift from Dollars to Renminbi. New York: Palgrave-Macmillan (2013)/ ISBN: 9781137034632, Chapter 2, pp 15-23, https://rb.gy/ao0njo
  • “Comparative Risk Analytics between Asian Offshore USD Bond and CNH Bond from an Indian Commercial Bank's Perspective” Chapter 6 in Investing in Offshore Asian Currency Markets: The Shift from Dollars to Renminbi. Wong, Michael C. S. and Chan, Wilson F. C. (EDs.), New York: Palgrave-Macmillan (2013)/, ISBN: 9781137034632, pp 72-85, https://rb.gy/gtexnr  
  • Estimation, Analysis and Projection of India's GDP. Scholasticus, Volume 1, No. 2, co-authors U. R. Daga and B. Maheshwari, 2004, pp 201-220, ISSN 0975-1157, https://rb.gy/vg0k0t
  • Econometrics of Exchange Rate. Scholasticus, Vol. 3 No 1, co-author U. R. Daga, 2005, pp 47-69, ISSN 0975-1157, https://rb.gy/nhnz4i.

JOURNALS/ WORKING PAPERS

  • Are the payments system and e-banking in India safer than in other SAARC members? International Journal of Information Security and Privacy, Volume 10, Issue 2, Article 2), 2016, ISSN 1930-1650, pp 11-25, also indexed in ,,, , https://rb.gy/ttgmsa
  • Liquidation of Cooperative Banks in India: Implications of Performance Indicators for Liquidation, ACRN Oxford Journal of Finance and Risk Perspectives, Volume 4, Issue 4, 2015, pp 1-22, ISSN 2305-7394, indexed in , , 2015, https://rb.gy/fpyuo7
  • Critical Analysis of the Role of the Reserve Bank of India in Managing Liquidity in the Interbank Market amidst Financial Stress, International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management, Volume 5, No 3, Article 2, ISSN 2160-9624, indexed in , , , , , 2016, pp 33-45, https://bit.ly/2RNRCVz
  • Fixed Income Portfolio Management in Indian Banks, Working Paper, Centre for Studies in Banking and Finance (RBI-NLU Jodhpur), 2010, https://bit.ly/3q6NHTH
  • Indian G-Sec Market II: Anatomy of Short Rates, Working Paper, Centre for Studies in Banking and Finance (RBI-NLU Jodhpur),2010, https://bit.ly/2VjruUg
  • Forecasting Money Supply in India: Remaining Policy Issues, Working Paper, Centre for Studies in Banking and Finance (RBI-NLU Jodhpur), 2004, https://bit.ly/3m8KIIa
  • Econometric Models of Relationship among Money, Output and Prices, Working Paper, Centre for Studies in Banking and Finance (RBI-NLU Jodhpur), 2004, https://bit.ly/2V6WR4q
  • Determination of Money Supply in India: The Great Debate, Working Paper, Centre for Studies in Banking and Finance (RBI-NLU Jodhpur), 2003, https://bit.ly/3ldonI4
  • Endogenous Money, Output and Prices in India, Working Paper, Centre for Studies in Banking and Finance (RBI-NLU Jodhpur), 2003, https://bit.ly/3q2Y9ff
  • Econometric Models of Forecasting Money Supply in India, Working Paper, Centre for Studies in Banking and Finance (RBI-NLU Jodhpur), 2002, https://bit.ly/3l7Xd5s
  • Definitions and Measures of Money Supply in India, Working Paper, Centre for Studies in Banking and Finance (RBI-NLU Jodhpur), 2002, https://bit.ly/2Jk1jtY
  • An Outline of the Existing Literature on Monetary Economics in India, Working Paper, Centre for Studies in Banking and Finance (RBI-NLU Jodhpur), 2002, https://bit.ly/2HJWE4f
  • How to Prevent Non-Performing Assets in Small Scale Industries, Working Paper, Centre for Studies in Banking and Finance (RBI-NLU Jodhpur), 2002, https://bit.ly/2HJT4Hj 
  • Environmental Economics, Law and Policy: Brazil vis-a-vis India (Part I: Theoretical Modelling), https://bit.ly/3cSvuEU
  • Survey of Credit Rating Methodologies of Mutual Funds: Standard and Poors and Moodys, https://bit.ly/3lZ4aaZ
  • Comparison of Effects of Reclassification of Exchange Rate Regime between Poland and Indonesia (February 28, 2020), http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3545977
  • Relation between Bank Capital and Recession: Impact of COVID on Commercial Bank with first author A Saha, http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.4015721

FDP/TRAINING ATTENDED

  • Faculty Development Programme, 3-7 January 2022, Sharda University
  • Faculty Development Programme, 25-29 October 2021, Sharda University
  • 8th Case Study Method Workshop Online, 10-12 September 2021, IIM Calcutta
  • Inferences from OBE: Moving Towards Quality Assurance, 25 February – 2 March 2021, Adamas University
  • Research Methodology in Social Science, 12-16 October 2015. Jawaharlal Nehru University
  • National Workshop on Statistical Methods and R Programming, 24-25 April 2019, Adamas University,

Area of Interest

  • Quantitative Finance
  • Computational Finance
  • Financial Markets
  • Bank Risk Management
  • Fixed Income Management
  • Financial Economics
  • Financial Derivatives
  • Economics of Blockchain and Cryptocurrency
  • Applied Economics