The Finance & Accounting area has a multi-disciplinary orientation. Faculty in the area have served on government committees and contributed significantly to several policy-making issues. They have also been involved in providing consultancy services to corporate and governmental organizations. The courses and research interests of the area focus on financial management, management accounting and control, the Indian capital and money market, banking, earnings management, corporate governance, privatization and international finance.
Some of the recent research projects by the faculty are:
Earnings management in India: Managers' fixation on operating profits
How does regulation affect the relation between family control and reported cash flows? Comparative evidence from India and the United States
Strategic and Financial Attributes of E-Commerce Firms: An Empirical Study
Pension Reforms in India: Myth, Reality and Policy Choices
Is There Seasonality in the Sensex Monthly Returns?
Member-Funds and Cooperative Performance
Capital Structure and Market Power
Regulatory Implications of Monopolies in the Securities Industry
Disinvestments and performance of public sector firms