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Direct Tax in the Union Budget 2019: Two areas of Concern
Direct Tax in the Union Budget 2019: Two areas of Concern
The author highlights two issues of Budget 2019 which have not seen enough deliberations. Read more
Name Change with ‘Blockchain’: Reactions from Market
Name Change with ‘Blockchain’: Reactions from Market
The article will be focusing on how the “Blockchain” wave has impacted the strategy of a firm and the sentiment of an investor investing Read more
On Economic Capital of RBI
On Economic Capital of RBI
The author tries to determine if RBI has excess capital, and if so, how much. Read more
U.S. Cross Border Deals in China and India: A Comparison
U.S. Cross Border Deals in China and India: A Comparison
The author takes an initial look at all deals by U.S. institutions that acquired any type of stake in either China or India Read more

Location: New York, NY
Venue: NYU Stern School, New York, NY
CONFERENCE DATE 11 Oct 2019 LOCATION NYU Stern School, New York, NY DESCRIPTION Call For Papers IIM Calcutta-NYU Stern India Research Conference at NYU Stern   Friday, October 11, 2019, Kose John and Ashok Banerjee, Organizers CO-HOSTS: The Financial Research and Trading Laboratory, IIM Calcutta Center for Global Economy and Business, NYU Stern KEYNOTE SPEAKER: […]
Location: IIM Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
Venue: IIM Ahmedabad campus
The India Finance Conference 2019 (IFC 2019), the annual event of the Indian Finance Association (IFA), invites papers for its ninth edition to be held at the Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, Ahmedabad from 19-21 December, 2019.
Location: Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
Venue: Financial Research and Trading Laboratory
Introduction The Financial Research and Trading Laboratory of IIM Calcutta and Indian Finance Association is organizing the second teaching summer school on Finance and Accounting during 22-26 April, 2019. This is a fully residential programme which will expose participants to the art of teaching by using relevant case studies. The topics are carefully chosen by […]
Location: Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
Venue: Financial Research and Trading Laboratory
Introduction   The Financial Research and Trading Laboratory of IIM Calcutta and Indian Finance Association is organizing the fifth summer school on Empirical Finance and Accounting Research during 29 April – 7 May, 2019. This is a fully residential programme which will expose participants to ten classic papers published in top journals. These papers are […]
Location: Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, Kolkata, West Bengal, India
Venue: Finance Lab of IIM Calcutta
Financial Research Workshop 2018, IIM Calcutta   The Financial Research and Trading Laboratory (in short, Finance Lab) of Indian Institute of Management Calcutta (IIMC) will conduct a two-day Financial Research Workshop during November 10-11, 2018. BACKGROUND: In 2012, the Finance Lab at IIM Calcutta launched an intensive research workshop in Finance. The workshop is designed […]

India Finance Conference 2018
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Financial Research Workshop 2018
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Financial Research Workshop 2018

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