ACADEMIC YEAR JULY 2015 - JUNE 2016
DETAILS AS ON 31st August, 2015
Professor. Nehal Joshipura

2013-14:
1.Low Risk Anomaly: A New Enemy of Market Efficiency, published in IUP Journal of Financial Risk Management (IJFRM), Vol. 10(3), pp.7-17.

2.Market Reaction to Stock Splits in Large and Liquid Stocks: Evidence from Indian Stock Market, published in NMIMS Management Review, University Day special issue January 2014, Vol. XXIII, pp. 130-140, published by NMIMS University. (B-school ranking – 18).

2014-15:

1.Risk Anomaly - Empirical Evidence from Indian Stock Market, IUP Journal of Financial Risk Management (IJFRM), Vol. 12(1), March 2015.

2.Edited Book Chapter: Exploring Risk Anomaly in Indian Stock Market, published in edited book bearing ISBN number in a compiled book "General Trends in Economics, Finance and Marketing" published by Excel Pub, presented at ANVESH.

3.Risk Anomaly - Empirical Evidence from the Indian Stock Market, Nirma University Journal of Business and Management Studies, Vol. 8, Nos. 3 & 4, January-June 2014.

2015-16:

1.Risk Anomaly: A Review of Literature, Asian Journal of Finance and Accounting (AJFA – Macrothink Institute, USA), Vol. 7(2), March 2015. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ajfa.v7i2.8262 [ABDC ranked journal]


2.Edited Book Chapter: Low Risk Anomaly: Evidence from India, presented in FORE International Finance Conference FIFC 2014 in the Book “EMERGING HORIZONS IN FINANCE” published by BLOOMSBURY INDIA, pp.54-67.

3.The Volatility Effect: Evidence from India, accepted with minor revisions for publication at Applied Finance Letters, an ABDC ranked journal of international repute published from New Zealand.
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE HELD AT DSIMS ON 14th March, 2015

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