About the Course
This course introduces students to the recent research in finance and predominantly looks contemporary financial challenges. In particular, students are exposed to research projects carried out by finance academics.More specifically, students will learn about the literature review in the area, the methodology used to test these theories and understand the major findings of these research papers.
The content is designed to coverseveral areas of finance such as behavioural finance, trading strategies, fund management, new derivative products, energy markets, working capital management, corporate governance, environmental finance, health finance, terrorist risks and international finance.
Students are expected to use the tools taught in the subject to solve for academic and practical finance problems. In that sense, this subject coaches students to be creative, innovative and problem solving. Students should be aware that this subject focuses on research, and is thus time consuming.
Participants from abroad : US$500
Practitioners, industry delegates etc, : Rs. 2500
Faculty members : Rs.1500
Research scholars : Rs. 1000
Post graduate students : Rs. 500
Postgraduate Students, researchers, faculty members, chartered accountants, cost accountants, company secretaries, finance managers/officers of Companies and MSMEs, mutual fund managers, capital market analysts, brokers, regulators, bankers, investors and
other interested persons.