Ph.D University of Madras Thesis titled ”Regulation of Securities Markets in India” Highly commended by examiner Prof James Angel Georgetown University USA, 1998.
M.A. in Economics, Jadavpur University Kolkata Specialisation Econometrics High Second Class, 1979.
B.A in Economics, University of Calcutta Economics (Honours) with Mathematics High Second Class, 1975.
GCE (O) Level London University First Class 1970.
Banking, Derivatives, Financial Regulation, and International Finance.
Managerial Economics: Economic Tool for Today’s Decision Makers by P.G. Keat, P.K.Y Young and Sreejata Banerjee, Pearson Education Publishers New Delhi September 2006.
Post Issue Operating Performance of Firms and Investor’s Perception in Two Regulatory Regimes in Decision, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta Vol. 23 No. 1-4 January-December 1996.The Indian Capital Market Regulatory Framework and Recent Developments in Emerging Markets Quarterly, Pub Institutional Investor Inc., NY, Vol. 2 No 3 Fall 1998. “Pricing of Initial Public Offerings: A Multivariate Model for IPO Issuers to Reduce Under pricing Without Risking Under-Subscription,” co-author Narasimhan, M S in “Management & Accounting Research” (Journal of Institute of Chartered Accountants of India), Vol. 5 No. 3, January-March, 2002 “Measuring Market Integration: How Integrated is the Stock Market in India? ” Finance India journal of Indian Institute of Finance Ashok Vihar, Phase II, Delhi 110052. India co-author S. Sundaresh (refreed) September 2006 .
Evolution of Stock Exchanges, Their Regulation and Experiences of Some Developed and Emerging Markets in Themes on Economic Development” ed: Joyshree Roy and Manash R. Gupta Allied Publishers and Jadavpur University (Calcutta) 2000 (refereed).Pricing of Initial Public Offerings: A Multivariate Model for IPO Issuers to Reduce Under pricing Without Risking Under-Subscription, co-author Narasimhan, M S in “Management & Accounting Research”(Journal of Institute of Chartered Accountants of India), Vol. 5 No. 3, January-March, 2002. Exchange Rate Variability and Stock Market Volatility: Evidence From India co-authors B. Batavia P. Nandakumar in “The Global Economy: Financial, Legal And Technological Asymmetries” ed Mark Hay ford, Anastasios G. Malliaris and Mary Malliaris the Athenian Policy Forum Toronto Canada. 2003. Investor’s Decision Behaviour and Post-Issue Performance of Firms under Alternative Regulatory Regimes in Topics in applied Economics Tools, Issues and Institutions” A Feschrift Volume for Prof.U Sankar ed. G. .Mythili and R.Hema, Academic Foundation New Delhi 2005 . Structural Issues Of Empowerment Under Micro-Finance co-author S.J.S.Swamidoss in “Microfinance Challenges: Empowerment or Disempowerment of the Poor” ed. Isabelle Geurin and Jane Palier Institut Francais de Pondicherry 2005. “An Analysis of Trading Behaviour of Foreign Institutional Investors in India” conference volume of the International Conference on Issues of Finance and Empirics Jadavpur University. (forthcoming) “Foreign Currency Futures : Issues and Prospects in India” by in Globalization and Economic Asymmetries, ed. Bala Batavia, P. Nandakumar & C. Wague Athenian Policy Forum (forthcoming)
“Analysis of Response to IPOs in India” Working Paper Centre for Financial Information IFMR Co-authored M.S. Narasimhan IIMB Sep 1998.“Financial Services” Chapter in the Pondicherry Vision 2020, Madras School of Economics, Feb 2003
Capital Markets and Corporate Policy
Derivatives, Valuation and Capital Markets
Financial Regulation and Banking Supervision
Fixed Income Securities