List of Accepted Papers for ICFMCF 2022

The List of Selected Papers: 4th International Conference on Financial Markets & Corporate Finance 2022, Shailesh J. Mehta School of Management, IIT Bombay

SR NoPapers ID TitleName of the Authors ( Affiliation)
1 13 Information Spillover and Corporate Policies: The Case of Listed Options Gennaro Bernile (University of Miami), Jianfeng Hu(Singapore Management University), Guangzhong Li ( Sun Yat-Sen University), Roni Michaely (University of Geneva).
2 18 Banks as "Anchors": The Role of Banks in Funding Innovation Cristian-Mihail Condrea (Frankfurt School of Finance and Management)
3 24 Herding Propensity and Overconfidence in Analysts’ Earnings Forecasts Abhay Kaushik (Radford University), Murugappa Murgie Krishnan (University Of Washington)
4 42 Role of Derivatives Market in Attenuating Underreaction to Left-Tail Risk: Evidence from India Sumit Saurav (Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad), Sobhesh Kumar Agarwalla (Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad), Jayanth R Varma (Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad).
5 43 Mutual Fund Activity and Value: Evidence from India Gaurav Singh Chauhan (Indian Institute of Management Indore)
6 134 Foreign Currency Borrowing and Risk Exposure of Firms: An Emerging Market Economy Viewpoint Prasenjit Chakrabart (Indian Institute of Management Ranchi), Sudipta Sen (Jindal School of Banking & Finance, O.P. Jindal Global University)
7 141 Performance of Smart Beta Exchange Traded Funds in India Vijaya C (Indian Institute of Technology Madras), Thenmozhi M (Indian Institute of Technology Madras)
8 3 Uncovering Racial Discrimination in Algorithmic Lending: The case of Model-Agnostic Interpretation Methods Parvati Neelakantan (University College Dublin), Cal Muckley (University College Dublin), Shivam Agarwal (University College Dublin)
9 8 Role of Minority Shareholders in Private Companies Arati Kale (Providence College), Devendra Kale (University of Rhode Island)
10 20 Modelling Multivariate Return volatilities by Independent Components Using Johnson SU likelihood Tapan Kar (Indian Institute of Management Nagpur), Sesha Meka (Independent Researcher), Shiba Prasad Mohanty (Research Fellow, Symbiosis Institute of Business Management Pune), Kaveri (Indian Institute of Management Visakhapatnam)
11 22 Financial Literacy and its Impact on Financial Behaviour for SHGs in India - PLS SEM Based study Nishi Malhotra (IIM Kozhikode), Pankaj Baag (Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode)
12 25 Does Firm Value Vary in Response to ESG Controversies? The Moderating Effect of Competition Anita Mendiratta (Indian Institute of Technology Delhi), Shveta Singh (Indian Institute of Technology Delhi), Surendra Singh (Indian Institute of Technology Delhi), Arvind Mahajan (Texas A&M University)
13 37 Political connections, firm leverage and cost of capital: Evidence of listed firms from India Kousik Ganguly (IIT Kharagpur), Ajay Kumar Mishra (IIT Kharagpur), Pankaj Jain (United States University of Memphis)
14 38 Does Board Compensation Matter? Ankur Paliwal (Shiv Nadar University), Rama Seth (Denmark Copenhagen Business School), Vishwanath S R (Shiv Nadar University)
15 39 Predictability of Emerging Market Equity Risk Premium Conditional on Economic Policy Uncertainty Ravi Anshuman (IIM Bangalore), Rajdeep Sharma (IIM Bangalore), Prateek Jain(IIM Bangalore)
16 46 Do Indian firms undergo speed adjustment to achieve target capital structure? Sutanuka Shaw (Triveni Devi Bhalotia College), Debdas Rakshit (The University of Burdwan)
17 64 DCC approach to India VIX and Commodities: Is the commodity market a good hedge? Atharva Wagle (Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur), Prabina Rajib (Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur)
18 66 Agency cost version of Life cycle theory of dividends: Evidence from India Vikas Sangwan (Jindal Global Business School), Puneet Prakash (Missouri State University), Anoop Singh(IIT Kanpur)
19 67 Impact of Bank Competition on Financial Stability -A study on Indian Banks Divya Verma (GGSIPU), Yashika Chakarwarty (GGSIPU)
20 80 Why do Indian banks borrow in foreign currency: a CAMEL framework approach? Udit Kumar Sahu (Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, Bhopal), Anshita Sachan (Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, Bhopal), Ashis Kumar Pradhan (Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, Bhopal)
21 81 Dynamic connectedness of green bond with financial markets of European countries under OECD economies. Miklesh Yadav(Amity University Uttar Pradesh), Nandita Mishra (Linköping University, Sweden), Shruti Ashok (Bennett University, Greater Noida
22 86 Control-Ownership Wedge, Related Party Loans and Institutional Ownership: Evidence from Indian Business Group Firms Bipin Kumar (Indian Institute of Management Tiruchirappalli), Narendra Nath Kushwaha (Indian Institute of Management Bangalore)
23 93 Optimal Portfolio Estimation with Sparse Multi-Armed Bandit Algorithm Amit Trivedi (Indian Insitute of Technology, Kanpur), Shankar Prawesh (Indian Insitute of Technology, Kanpur)
24 99 Covid impact in early pandemic year and its implications on the time-varying higher-order downside market risks Rohit (Visiting Professor-NMIMS School of Economics)
25 115 Investors’ Disposition Effect: An Experimental Investigation Riya Arora (Indian Institute of Technology Madras), Madhumathi Rajendran (IIT Madras)
26 117 CSR expenditure and ownership structure linkages: An empirical evidence from India Anjali Kaimal (NIT ROURKELA), Shigufta Hena Uzma (NIT ROURKELA)
27 120 Efficacy of surveillance action and its relationship with Earnings Management and Corporate Governance Bharati Singh (Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad), Naman Desai (Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad), Ajay Pandey (Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad)
28 145 Financing Frictions and Demand for External Finance Nabendu Paul (IIM Amritsar)
29 146 Asymmetric effect of Governance on Foreign Direct Investment flows: Evidence from Emerging economies Surbhi Gupta (IIT Delhi), Surendra Singh Yadav (IIT Delhi), Pramod Kumar Jain (IIT Delhi)
30 159 Capital Structure Deviation and Its Adjustment Around Indian Mergers And Acquisitions. Arun T C (Securities and Exchange Board of India), Neethu T C (Siva Sivani Institute of Management)
31 33 Impact of Basel III Adoption on Credit Supply, Net Interest Spread and Non-Performing Loans in Indian Banking Sector Rosy Chauhan (Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee), Anil Kumar Sharma (Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee)
32 155 Instiitutional Investors and Stock Price Crash Risk: Evidence From India Shruti R (Thiagarajar School of Management, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras), Thenmozhi M (Indian Institute of Technology, Madras)
33 94 An empirical investigation of the impact of Spillover Dynamics from Crude to NSE Nifty Index during and prior to the COVID 19 Pandemic period Rakesh Shahani (Dr Bhim Rao Ambedkar College, University of Delhi), Riya Paliwal(Dr Bhim Rao Ambedkar College, University of Delhi)
34 55 Determinants of Corporate Cash Holdings: A Critical Review Prof. C. P. Gupta (University of Delhi), Prateek Bedi (Department of Financial Studies, University of Delhi)
35 65 Foreign Promoters and Corporate Investment Anushka Agarwal (Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi),Neeru Chaudhry (Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi)
36 140 Investigating the Impact of Leverage and liquidity on the Profitability of Indian Construction, Real Estate, and Infrastructure Companies: An Empirical Study using Cointegration Regression Techniques Rakesh Sharma(Thapra University)
37 29 Non-Compliance, Board Structure, Firm performance: Interrelationship Vinay Goyal (S P Jain Institute of Management & Research)
38 89 Do Capital Market Reforms Improve the Efficiency of Capital Allocation and Spur Economic Growth? Evidence from Indian IPOs Shalu Kalra (Shiv Nadar University),Rama Seth (Copenhagen Business School),Ankit Singhal (Krea University),Vishwanath S R (Shiv Nadar University).
39 103 Bank performance and ESG activities: Does gender diversity matter? Wajahat Azmi(Thiagarajar School of Management), Murali Sambasivan (Thiagarajar School of Management), Shujaat Naeem Azmi (Galgotias University)
40 4 Learning and the Anatomy of the Profitability Premium Chi-Yang Tsou (University of Manchester)
41 14 Black Swan Events, Uncertainty, and Market Response – Is There a Pattern? Vighneswara Swamy (IBS-Hyderabad)
42 26 Overreaction in Daily Top Gainers and Losers: An event study Analysis Prateek Jain (Indian Institute of Management Bangalore)
43 28 Does intellectual capital predict the corporate financial performance of the CNX Nifty Companies? Evidence from Panel data Suman (Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram University of Science and Technology)
44 31 Modelling the Idiosyncratic Risk of Clean Energy Equities Wasim Ahmad (Department of Economic Sciences, IIT Kanpur), Preeti Roy (Department of Industrial and Management Engineering, IIT Kanpur)
45 35 Financial Performance of the top Non-family & Indian Family Businesses: A Comparative & Longitudinal Analysis Himani Chahal (IIT Roorkee), Anil K.Sharma(IIT Roorkee)
46 36 Pre-opening Auctions and Price Discovery in Initial Public Offerings Vishwanatha S R (Shiv Nadar University), Keerat Bhurjee (Shiv Nadar University)
47 74 Value Relevance of Other Comprehensive Income reported as per IFRS-converged Indian Accounting Standards Nityanand Deva (Lloyd Business School, Greater Noida), Sushma Vishnani (Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow), Dheeraj Misra (Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow)
48 76 Market-Wide Herding in Cryptocurrency Under Asymmetrical Conditions Bharti B (Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi), Ashish Kumar (Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi)
49 82 Effect of Firms' characteristics, Socioeconomic Factors and Determinants of tax (GST) system on MSMEs' Performance: With Special reference to DuPont Analysis Neba Bhalla (Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology), Inderjit Kaur (Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technolog LM Thapar School of Management), Rakesh Sharma (Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology)
50 96 Role of ESG Performance during Covid-19 Crisis: Evidence from Emerging Economies Anjali Srivastava (Indian Institute of Management, Ranchi), Deeksha Gupta (Indian Institute of Management, Ranchi)
51 121 Bankruptcy Outcome: Liquidated vs Reorganized? An Empirical Investigation of Bankruptcy Reform in India Bharati Singh (Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad), Ajay Pandey (Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad), Naman Desai (Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad)
52 126 Multiple Firm-Bank Ties and Promoter Ownership as Drivers of Corporate Cash holdings: Evidence from Indian MSMEs Vedika Saxena (Indian Institute of Management Lucknow), Seshadev Sahoo(Indian Institute of Management Lucknow).
53 128 Empirical Analysis Of Investors' Risk Perceptions Of Equity Funds Manjula Pattnaik (Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman University)
54 10 Political connections CSR activities shareholder value Kousik Ganguly (IIT Kharagpur), Ajay Kumar Mishra (IIT Kharagpur)
55 144 An Empirical Investigation on the Influence of Behavioral Factors on Investment Decision Making Abhijit Ranjan Das(NIT Silchar), Soma(NIT Silchar)
56 19 National culture `profiling' in machine-learning applications: The utility and ethics of applying value ascriptions in global alert models Parvati Neelakanta (University College Dublin)
57 6 Post-Bid Takeover Resistance: Antitakeover Provisions, Initial Offer Quality, and Target
Board Motivation
Nicholas Carline (University of Birmingham), Sridhar Gogineni (University of Tampa), Pradeep Yadav (University of Oklahoma)
58 30 Bitcoin Price Prediction: A Machine Learning Sample Dimension Approach Sumit Ranjan (Madras School of Economics), Parthajit Kayal (Madras School of Economics), Malvika Saraf (Madras School of Economics)
59 57 Funding Liquidity and Risk-taking Behaviour of Banks in
Silu Muduli (RBI), Shridhar Kumar Dash (Xavier Institute of Management)
60 136 Motives for and Consequences of Related Party Transactions Before Initial Public Offerings  Srinivasan Rangan (IIM Bangalore), Prabhu Venkatachalam (IIM Bangalore)
61 48 Insurance operations and bank valuation: Evidence from M&As Puneet Prakash (Missouri State University), Manu Gupta (Virginia Commonwealth University)
62 16 Scanning the trade-off debate between sustainability and social outreach of Indian MFIs industry Asif Khan (University of Petroleum and Energy Studies)
63 47 Analysing the Impact of Firm’s characteristics and Board Composition on Dividend Policy in Indian Emerging Market: Evidence from BSE (A Group) Listed Companies Avani Shah (Institute of Commerce, Nirma University), Samik Shome (Institute of Management, Nirma University)
64 53 Paradigms of Assessment, Valuation and Quantification to trade Ecosystem Services: A Review Focusing on Mangroves and Wetlands Rama Seth (Copenhagen Business School), Pratim Majumdar (Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur), Luise Noring (Copenhagen Business School)
65 71 Determinants of Cross-Border Acquisition Completion in emerging economies: A study of Indian firms Sugandh Ahuja (Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi), Shveta Singh (Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi), Surendra Singh Yadav (Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi)
66 75 Stock market valuation of R&D intensity: evidence from an emerging market Sameena Ghazal (Aligarh Muslim University), Tariq Aziz (Aligarh Muslim University)
67 139 Using three prong perspectives relating drivers of financial inclusion, financial literacy, and financial initiatives with inclusive growth through economic and social empowerment Amit Pandey (Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology), Ravi Kiran (Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology), Rakesh Kumar Sharma (Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology)
68 108 The Moderating Role of Machiavellianism in Influencing Behavioral Intention of Accounting Professionals Rajesh Kumar (Indian Institute of Technology (ISM) Dhanbad), Bibhas Chandra (Indian Institute of Technology (ISM) Dhanbad), Jamini Kanta Pattanayak (Indian Institute of Technology (ISM) Dhanbad)

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We would like to thank all the contributors and all those whose papers have not been selected. They are encouraged to submit to ICFMCF in the future