NSE - NYU Stern School of Business Initiative for the Study of Indian Financial Markets


NSE-NYU Stern Initiative 2014-15

S.No. Title Author Working Paper
1 Central Banks and Dynamics of Bond Market Liquidity Prachi Deuskar, Indian School of Business;
Timothy C. Johnson, Department of Finance, College of Business, University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign
2 Do Derivatives Matter?: Evidence From A Policy Experiment Deepak Agrawal, ISB, Hyderabad;
K R Subramanyam, USC Marshall School of Businesss;
Prasanna Tantri, ISB, Hyderabad;
and Ramabhadran S Thirumalai, ISB, Mohali
3 Do Programs Mandating Small Business Lending Disincentivize Growth? Evidence From a Policy Experiment Gursharan Bhue, University of Chicago;
Nagpurnanand Prabhala, CAFRAL;
Prasanna Tantri, ISB, Hyderabad
4 Financial Development and Occupational Choice Rajeev Dehejia, New York University;
Nandini Gupta, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University
5 Foreign Institutional Investor Trading and Future Returns: Evidence From an Emerging Economy Murugappa (Murgie) Krishnan, William Paterson University,
6 Non-rating revenue and conflicts of interest Ramin P. Baghai, Stockholm School of Economics;
Bo Becker, Stockholm School of Economics

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