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  1. Lakshmi Kumar and Swati Dutta (2015) “Role of Mobile Money in Replacing Cash: A Study among Migrant Workers in South India”, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol.50 (28).
  2. www.epw.in/special-articles/role-mobile-money-replacing-cash.html
  3. Vijaya Chebolu Subramanian and Gary M. Gauklerb (2015) “Product contamination in a multi-stage food supply chain”, European Journal of Operational Research, Vol. 244 (1).
  4. www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0377221715000363
  5. Jyoti Prasad Mukhopadhyay (2015) Miseries of the Red Corridor Region of India: What Do the Data Tell us?” Regional Development and Public Policy Challenges in India, Book Chapter. www.springer.com/in/book/9788132223450).
  6. Dilip Kumar and S.Maheswaran (2015) “Return and volatility spillover among the PIIGS economies and India”, American Journal of Finance and Accounting Vol.4 (1). www.inderscience.com/offer.php?id=67811
  7. Surenderrao Komera and Jijo Lukose (2015) “Financial Constraints and R&D: Evidence from India”, Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, vol. 55 (3).
  8. www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1062976914000593
  9. Vijayalakshmi C, Shilpa Ashok Pandit, Preethi G. and Dave C. Wallack (2015), Towards Understanding Employability in the Indian Context:A Preliminary Study, Psychology and Developing Societies, 27(1) 81-103.



  1. Mehul Raithatha and Bapat Varadraj (2014) “A Panel Data Analysis of Corporate Attributes and Stock Prices for Indian Manufacturing sector”, Journal of Modern Accounting and Auditing, Vol. 9 (11), Pp: 1519-1525. www.davidpublishing.com/DownLoad/?id=14979
  2. S.Maheswaran and Dilip Kumar (2014) “A reflection principle for a random walk with implications for volatility estimation using extreme values of asset prices”, Economic Modelling, Vol. 38, Pp:33-44.
  3. www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0264999313005488
  4. G.Balasubramanian, P.K.Viswanathan, M.Ranganatham, (2014) “Modeling asset allocation and liability composition for Indian banks”, Managerial Finance, Vol.40 Iss:7, pp.700 – 723.
  5. www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/full/10.1108/MF-10-2013-0276
  6. Shameem S and Ganesh Mangadu Paramasivam (2014) “Exploring the Mediating role of emotional labour between nature of interaction and intension to Quit”, Journal of Business Policy Research, Vol.9 (1) pP: 166-179.
  7. Surenderrao Komera and Lukose Jijo PJ (2014) “Capital structure choice, information asymmetry, and debt capacity: evidence from India”,Journal of Economics and Finance.Vol.39 (1).
  8. link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12197-014-9285-3
  9. Jyoti Prasad Mukhopadhyay, Swati Dutta and Viswanath Pingali (2014) “Endowment Effects in Bundles”, IIMA Working Paper series (WP2014-06-01) [Indexed in IDEAS-RePEc].
  10. Jyoti Prasad Mukhopadhyay, (2014) “Does Access to Microfinance Affect Consumption Inequality? Evidence from a Randomized Control Trial in Andhra Pradesh”, MPRA Working Paper 58674. [Indexed in IDEAS-RePEc]. (mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/58674).
  11. Lakshmi Kumar and Swati Dutta (2014) “Measuring Multidimensional Vulnerability in India”, World Economics” Vol.15 (3). www.world-economicsjournal.com/Measuring%20Multidimensional %20Vulnerability%20in%20India.details?AID=590
  12. Dilip Kumar and S.Maheswaran (2014) “A new approach to model and forecast volatility based on extreme value of asset prices” International Review of Economics and Finance Vol. 33, 2014, Pp: 128-140.
  13. www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1059056014000665
  14. Dilip Kumar and S.Maheswaran (2014) “Modeling and forecasting the additive bias corrected extreme value volatility estimator”, International Review of Financial Analysis, Vol.34, Pp: 166-176.
  15. www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1057521914000908
  16. Dilip Kumar and S.Maheswaran (2014) “Are major global stock markets efficient? An application of the martingale difference hypothesis with wild bootstrap”, American Journal of Finance and Accounting Vol. 3 (2/3/4). www.inderscience.com/info/inarticle.php?artid=60818
  17. Archana Patro and V.K. Gupta (2014) “Impact of International Financial Reporting Standards on cost of equity capital for Asian Countries”, International journal of Accounting and Financial Reporting Vol.4(2).
  18. www.macrothink.org/journal/index.php/ijafr/article/view/6462
  19. Mehul Raithatha and Bapat Varadraj (2014) “Impact of Corporate Governance on Financial Disclosures: Evidence from India”, Corporate Ownership & Control, Vol. 12 (1) Pp: 874-889.
  20. www.virtusinterpress.org/IMG/pdf/COC__Volume_12_Issue_1_Fall_2014_Continued9_.pdf#page=116
  21. Mehul Raithatha and Bapat Varadraj (2014), “Ranking of Mutual Fund Performance: Comparison of Various Measures”, Academy of Taiwan Business Management Review, Vol.10 (3) Pp:112-117.
  22. www.researchgate.net/profile/Muhammad_Mohiuddin/publication/265604740_Analysis_of_Capital
  23. Mehul Raithatha and Bapat Varadraj (2014) “Accounting Standards Compliance: Comparison between Manufacturing and Service Sector Companies from India”, International Journal of Economics and Finance, Vol. 6 (9).
  24. www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/ijef/article/view/39754
  25. S.Raghu Raman and C.Vijayalakshmi (2014) “Mentoring Social Entrepreneurs in India: Attributes and Functions”, International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management.
  26. www.villgro.org/~villgrouser/images/talent%20infusion%20paper%206.pdf
  27. Vijaya Chebolu Subramanian (2014) “A Study of the Efficiency and Effectiveness of Meat and Poultry Recalls”, Next Generation Supply Chains: Trends and Opportunities, Hamuburg University of Technology, e-publi GMBH, Berlin.
  28. Ramesh Subramanian (2014) “Why Financial Inclusion”, GE-International Journal of Management Research, Vol. 2 (6). aarf.asia/geer2.php?p=Volume2,Issue6,June2014
  29. Ramesh Subramanian (2014) “Financial Inclusion – Remittances, GE-International Journal of Management Research, Vol. 2 (7).
  30. aarf.asia/geer2.php?p=Volume2,Issue7,July2014
  31. Ramesh Subramanian (2014) “Financial Inclusion – Market Model”, International Journal of Exclusive Management Research; Vol. 4(8).
  32. connection.ebscohost.com/c/articles/97438617/financial-inclusion-market-model
  33. Ramesh Subramanian (2014) “Financial Inclusion – Micro Credit – Risk Management, International Journal of Research, Vol. 1(7).
  34. internationaljournalofresearch.org/index.php/ijr/article/view/437
  35. Ramesh Subramanian (2014) “Financial Inclusion – Micro Finance a Sustainable Model”, International Journal of Research (IJR) Vol.1 (6)
  36. internationaljournalofresearch.org/index.php/ijr/article/view/300
  37. Surenderrao Komera, and Lukose, Jijo P. J (2014) “Corporate Bankruptcy, Soft Budget Constraints, and Business Group Affiliation: Evidence from Indian Firms”, Review 0f Pacific Basin Financial Markets and Policies, Vol. 17 (3).
  38. www.worldscientific.com/doi/abs/10.1142/S0219091514500167?af=R
  39. Dilip Kumar (2014) “Correlations, Return and Volatility Spillovers in Indian Exchange rates”, Global Business Review, Vol.15(1) Pp:77-91.
  40. Dilip Kumar (2014) “Return and Volatility transmission between Gold and stock sectors: Application of portfolio management and hedging effectiveness”, IIMB Management Review Vol.26.
  41. Dilip Kumar (2014) “Sudden breaks in drift-independent volatility estimator based on multiple periods open, high, low and close prices”, IIMB Management Review.
  42. Dilip Kumar (2014) “Long-range dependence in Indian stock market: a study of Indian sectoral indices”, International Journal of Emerging markets Vol.9 (4) Pp:505-519.
  43. Ramesh Subramanian (2014) “Gold Standard of Financial regulations” Academy of Taiwan Business Management Review, Vol.10 (3).



  1. Surenderrao Komera presented a paper entitled “Executive Compensation and Firm Performance: Evidence from Indian Non-financial firms” in the 1st Corporate Governance Conference organized by IIM-Trichy, at Chennai.
  2. Surenderrao Komera presented a paper entitled “Heterogeneity in speed of leverage adjustment: Evidence from Indian firms” at ICSSR International Conference, Jammu.
  3. Somdeb Lahiri presented a paper entitled “A simple model of production and trade in an oligopolistic market: Back to basics” at the International Conference of the 25th Stony Brook Summer festival on Game Theory.
  4. Ramaprasad Rajaram presented a paper entitled “Individual and Collective Dimensions of Maternal Autonomy and Child Anthropometry in India: An Observational Analysis” at Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi.
  5. S.Vijaya presented a paper “Product Recalls: Key drivers of supply chain efficiency and effectiveness” at the “Hamburg International Conference of Logistics”, Germany.
  6. P.K.Biswas presented a paper entitled “Enabling Ecosystem for Social Entrepreneurship” at the International Workshop “UK-India University Dialogue on Social Entrepreneurship Education”.
  7. Surenderrao Komera presented a paper entitled “Does Business Group Affiliation Encourage Innovation? Evidence from Indian Firms” at the 9th Annual conference of Forum for Global Knowledge Sharing, hosted by National Institute of Advanced Studies, Bangalore.
  8. Somdeb Lahiri presented a paper entitled “A simple model of production and trade in an oligopolistic market: back to basics” at an International Seminar on Game Theory and its Applications to Social and Economic Networks held at Dibrugarh University, Dibrugarh.
  9. Vinodh Madhavan presented a paper entitled “Modelling the long term and short run relationship between Local Indian Exchange Traded Funds and their underlying Indices” at the 54th Euro Working Group on Commodities and Financial Modelling Meeting (EWGCFM) hosted by University of Milano Bicocca, Italy.
  10. S.Vijaya presented a paper entitled “State level drug procurement contract systems: All blacklists are not created equally” in Penn State University – IIT Madras Joint workshop on Healthcare Analytics.


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