Asset Pricing, Financial Institutions, Market Volatility, Banking, Financial Innovation, Capital Structure and Dividend Policy, IFRS and Financial Reporting, Investment Management, Financial Risk Management, Financial Crisis & Stability, Financial Inclusion, Mergers Acquisitions and Corporate Restructuring, Project and Infrastructure Finance, Corporate Governance, Capital Markets, Earnings Management, Financing of Firms in Emerging Economy, Areas of Corporate Finance, Corporate Governance in Emerging Economies, Forensic Accounting and Fraud Detection, Financing of Start-up Firms, Regulations in Emerging Markets, Investment Decisions of Pension Funds, Behavioral Finance, Structured Finance.
Development Economics: Theory and Empirics, International Trade, Trade in Services, Role of Regional Co-operation, Inclusive Growth, Emerging Economies: Issues and Challenges, Environmental Issues, Energy Studies, Public Policy, Financial Economics, Fiscal Policy Issues, Public Economics.
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|For Participants from India||Fees|
|Students/ Research Scholars||INR 2000|
|Practitioners from Industry/ Corporates||INR 6000|
|For Overseas Participants||USD 200|
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International Management Institute Kolkata
2/4 C Judges Court Road, Alipore Kolkata – 700 027
Bharat Petroleum Gas Station
BSNL Alipore Telephone Exchange
2 minutes away from Army Institute of Management
International Management Institute (IMI) Kolkata organized its first Finance & Economics Conference during the period 21-22 December 2015 in collaboration with Sichuan Academy of Social Sciences, China, the North South University Dhaka, Bangladesh and the Asia-Pacific Economic Association at the IMI Kolkata campus.
The inauguration ceremony was graced by Dr. Kar-yiu Wong, Professor of Economics, University of Washington, Seattle, USA; Dr. Chung Mo Koo, Professor of Economics, Kangwon National University, Korea; Professor Zheng Taian, Vice President of Sichuan Academy of Social Sciences, China and Professor Mohammad Mahboob Rahman, Dean of School of Business and Economics, North South University, Bangladesh. The key-note address was delivered by Dr. Kar-yiu Wong on The Economic Impacts of the “One Belt, One Road” Initiative.
The panel discussions on the first day focused on Lessons from Financial Crises for Emerging Economies. The panelists were Zheng Taian, VP of Sichuan Academy of Social Sciences, China, Mohammaad Mahboob Rahman, Professor and Dean of the School of Business and Economics, NSU Bangladesh, Rajib Doogar, Associate Professor, University of Washington, Bothell and Satyajit Deb, DGM, RBI.
On the second day the topic of discussion was Asian Economic Integration: Problems and Prospects. The panelists were Kar-yiu Wong, Professor, University of Washington, Seattle, Arindam Banik, Professor & Director, IMI Kolkata and Munim K Barai, Professor, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Oita, Japan.
Academicians and researchers from various nations like China, Bangladesh, Sweden, Australia along with the host country presented papers on a cutting-edge topics like Macroeconomic Policies, Risk Behaviour, Economic Growth, Equity Market, Corporate Finance, International Trade etc.