Dr. Saumitra Bhaduri
Professor & Dean of Students Affairs
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- Current Research
M.Sc in Economics from University of Calcutta, West Bengal, 1993.
Post Graduate Diploma in Development Economics from IGIDR, Mumbai, 1996.
Ph. D. in Economics from IGIDR, Mumbai, 1998.
Economic Policy Analysis, Quantitative Research, Corporate Finance, Market Micro-Structure, Risk Management
Macroeconomic Uncertainity and Corporate Liquidity: The Indian Case with ( Mrinal Kanti ) forthcoming in Macroeconomics and Finance in Emerging Market Economies
The Predictive Power of the Yield Spread in Timing the Stock Market, (with Ravi Saraogi) forthcoming in Emerging Market Review
Optimal hedge ratio and hedging effectiveness of stock index futures: evidence from India, Saumitra N. Bhaduri and S. Raja Sethu Durai* Macroeconomics and Finance in Emerging Market Economies Vol. 1, No. 1, March 2008, 121–134
Empirical relationship between the dividend and investment decision: do emerging market firms behave differently? (with S. Raja Sethu Durai) Applied Financial Economics Letters, 1744-6554, Volume 2, Issue 3, 2006, Pages 155 – 158.
Corporate Debt Ownership Structure in an Emerging Economy: India, (with Sudipa Majumdar) Asia Pacific Journal of Economics and Business, 9(2), 37-49, 2005
Asymmetric Beta in Bull and Bear Market Conditions: Evidences from India, forthcoming in Applied Financial Economics Letters, 2005
Determinants of Capital Structure: A Study of the Indian Corporate Sector, Journal of Applied Financial Economics Volume12, 2002, pp 655-665.
Determinants of Corporate Borrowings: Some Evidence from the Indian Corporate Sector, Journal of Economics and Finance, Volume 26 No 2, Summer 2002.
Determinants of Capital Structure in India: A Dynamic Panel Data Approach (Co-authored with Basudeb Guha Khasnobish) Journal of Economic Integration 17(4), December 2002, 777-810.
Do Indian firms following the Pecking Order Hypothesis International Journal of Development Banking, Vol. 17, No 2, January 1999.
A Hallmark of India's New Economic Policy: Deregulation and Liberalization of the Financial Sector, Journal of Asian Economics (JAE 11 (3), FALL, 2000) (Co-authored with Dr. Basudeb Guha-Khasnobish).
Correlation Dynamics Inequity Markets: Evidence from India SaumitraN.Bhaduri (with S. RajaSethuDurai) forth coming in Research in International Business and Finance
International Equity Market Integration - The Indian Conundrum, Saumitra Bhaduri and Ashwin Samuel in Journal of Emerging Market Finance, 2009 8: 45-66.
Buble in the Indian Stock Market: Myth or Reality, Saumitra Bhaduri and Mahima Ravi in Macroeconomics and Finance in Emerging Market Economies, Vol 2 issue 1, Pages 79 – 92.
Are emerging Stock Markets sideshows? Some Stylized Facts from an emerging Economy India, Saumitra N Bhaduri and Bhargavi Shankar Journal of emerging market finance, 6:3 (2007): 229–248
Financial Liberalization and Managerial Discretion in the Security Issue Decision: Evidence from an Emerging Economy, Review of Pacific Basin and Policies (Vol. 4, No. 2 June 2001).
A Hallmark of India’s New Economic Policy: Deregulation and Liberalization of the Financial Sector, Journal of Asian Economics (JAE 11 (3), FALL, 2000) (Co-authored with Dr. Basudeb Guha-Khasnobish).
Liberalization and Firm’s Choice of Financial Structure in an Emerging Economy: The Indian Corporate Sector, in Development Policy Review, December 2000, (Vol. 18 and Issue 4).
The Effect of Financial Liberalization on the Efficiency of Capital Allocation: Some Evidence from a Developing Economy, India, International Journal of Development Banking (Vol.18, No 2, July 2000).
Decomposition of Aggregate Debt Intensity: Some Insights into the Financial Liberalisation Process in India, International Journal of Applied Economics Econometrics (Vol.8, July –2000).
Investment and Financial Constraints
“Investment and Capital Market Imperfections: Some Evidence from a Developing Economy, India” (PAC 06-12), Forthcoming Review of Pacific Basin Financial Markets and Policies (RPBFMP)
Investment, Financial Constraints and Financial Liberalization: Some Stylized Facts from a Developing Economy, India,forthcoming in Journal of Asian Economics,July-August, 2005.
A Critical Appraisal of the Effects of Financial Liberalization on Corporate Investment:India 1990-1995; International Journal of Development Banking, (Co-authored with Dr. Basudeb Guha-khasnobish). (Vol. 17, No 1, January 1999).
Stock prices, inflation and output: Evidence from wavelet analysis, (with S. Raja Sethu Durai,) Economic Modelling. Volume 26, Issue 5, September 2009, Pages 1089-1092
Ownership and Performance of the Indian Banking Industry: Revisited, Saumitra Bhaduri and K R Shanmugam, Journal of South Asian Development 3:2 (2008): 237–252.
Size, Age and Firm Growth in the Indian Manufacturing Firms (Co-authored with K.R.Shanmugam) Journal of Applied Economics Letter, Volume 9, Number 9/July15, 2002, pp. 607 – 613.
Decomposition of India’s Industrial Energy Use: A case Study Using Energy IntensityApproach, International Journal of Global Energy Issue (Co-authored with Rajeev. KChaturvedi) (Vol. 17. No. 2).
Composite Indices of Basic Human Needs and Income in India, under revision for Artha Vijnana (Co-authored with Dr. K. R Shanmugam) (Vol. XLII No 2).
Books Fundamentals of Financial Management, Pearson Education Limited James Van Horne and John Wachowicz and Saumitra N Bhaduri Capital Structure Choice: Some Evidence from an Emerging Economy, India by Saumitra N Bhaduri (Paperback - Aug 9, 2009).
Popular Articles :
Chartered Financial Analyst : CRM Deliverance is the Key. October 2005
Capital Market and Services (Corporate Finance) and Statistical Methods / Econometrics.
Standard Chartered Bank – Head of Analytics (brief period).
GE Capital Global Consumer Finance
- Senior Manager and CRM Leader for UK and India Operation Leader ( Feb 2003 –April 2004 ).
- Manager and the Direct Report to the Business Leader ( Apr 2002 – Jan 2003).
- Team Lead (Aug 2001 - March 2002) and Quality Black Belt.
- Assistant Manager ( July 2000- Sep 2001).
Responsible for delivering analytic solutions for GE Capital Global Consumer Finance business in India, UK, Japan, European and US Markets with a primary focus on: Customer valuation, Pro-active retention and X-sell/Up-sell. Specific tools used in numerous projects involved, Business modeling, Risk analytic and scorecard development, Forecasting, Cluster analysis, segmentation and profiling. Computing Skills involved statistical modeling using software such as SAS, SAS-Enterprise Miner, SPSS, SHAZAM, LIMDEP and OX.
Customer Relationship Management (CRM) to Avoid Cannibalization: Analysis Through Spend Intensity Model - Saumitra N Bhaduri, Avanti George and David J Fogarty (September 2008)
Enabling Incremental Gains through Customized Price Optimization. - Saumitra N Bhaduri, Anuradha V, Avanti George and David J Fogarty (June 2008)
Mitigating Sample Selection Bias Through Customer Relationship Management. - Saumitra N Bhaduri, Anuradha V and David J Fogarty (March 2008)
Strategic Retail Marketing Through DGP Based Models. - Saumitra N Bhaduri, Anuradha V, S Raja Sethu Durai and David J Fogarty (March 2008)
Double Hurdle Model: Not if, but when will Customer Attrite? - Saumitra N Bhaduri, S Raja Sethu Durai and David J Fogarty (September 2007)
Severity of Dormancy Model (SDM): Reckoning the Customers before they Quiescent - Saumitra N Bhaduri, S Raja Sethu Durai and David J Fogarty (August 2007)
Optimal Media Mix - Evaluating the Impact of Advertisement Expenditures of Different Media. - Saumitra N Bhaduri, S Raja Sethu Durai and David J Fogarty (June 2007)