Ph.D. (Delhi School of Economics), Director and Professor - International Finance and Business
Arindam Banik has been with IMI since February 01, 1994. Currently, he is the Director of IMI-Kolkata . He is also the Editor of a Management journal entitled, Global Business Review published jointly by IMI Delhi and Sage publications. This journal is considered as top sixth management journal in Asiatic region under the category of Business and International management according to Scopus, Elsevier B.V. Earned his Ph. D at the Delhi School of Economics in 1993. Pursued his post- doctoral research at Manchester Business School under a DFID grant. Prior to joining Delhi School of Economics he was with the American Express Bank, Dhaka in the foreign exchange department. He is a member of the American Economic Association, Euro-Asia Management Studies Association, Global Awareness Society International, USA. Taught International finance, Development Economics, Development Planning and Project Appraisal and Macroeconomics at the Department of Economics, University of West Indies, Barbados during the period 2001-2005(June) as a visiting Faculty. He holds the Associated Cement Companies Chair Person in International finance and Business at IMI. The Institute established a research unit entitled, “Prospect of Indian Cement Companies’ Business in the Neighbouring Countries” with a generous ACC endowment under his leadership. Author of more than 100 scientific articles on international economics, macroeconomics and economic development. His articles have appeared in Journal of International Development, International Journal of Social Economics, Management Decision, Economic and Political Weekly, Indian Economic Review, Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics, Bangladesh Development Studies, Savings and Development and other professional journals. His opinion pieces have been published in leading newspapers including The Barbados Advocate, Business Authority, The Daily Star, Economic Times, Indian Express, Hindu Business Line, Anandabazar Patrika and Desh. He is the International Advisory Board member of Asian Business and Management ; member, editorial Board of e-Social Sciences, Contemporary SocialSciences. His latest book is “ Corporate Governance, responsibility and sustainability –Initiatives in Emerging Economies ” published by Palgrave –Macmillan London in September, 2015.Has been a consultant to a number of Indian companies, Government of India and multilateral institutions, including Associated Cement Companies, World Bank, ILO-SAAT, IDRC, CIDA, and UNIDO. He has worked as consultant in St. Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago, Grenada, Bangladesh and Nepal. His current research includes Global Financial Imbalances, International finance, Poverty Reduction Strategies, Technology Transfer and Skill Development in developing economies.
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- Edited by Arindam Banik, Ananda Das Gupta, Pradip K. Bhaumik
ISBN : 9781137361844
Publication Date : September 2015
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Publishers : Palgrave Macmillan
- Corporate Governance, Responsibility and Sustainability investigates various dimensions of corporate governance issues in key emerging economies such as China, India, Brazil, South Africa and Russia. The book explores a number of issues in the areas of corporate governance framework, market discipline, the role played by the formal legal and regulatory framework, building an efficient and competitive capital market, the various reforms suggested by various bodies in recent times to strengthen corporate governance norms and processes, as well as the changes in laws, rules and regulations, particularly in the post-economic liberalization period. Interestingly, one of the major areas of weakness is board of directors. Many firms have boards too small to be effective. Many have no independent directors at all, or a lone token one. Thus, the authors discuss the emerging understanding amongst boards about the integration of strategy, risk, sustainability and performance in corporate governance codes. Issues such as corporate social responsibility and sustainability are also examined .
Today's intermediaries consolidate information, allow complete product sale and purchase, and provide an alternative to shopping malls and their huge infrastructure. The value proposition made by these new intermediaries is such that they create a definite space for themselves in the new market.
India has to compete through the quality of its human capital, its innovation and its research and development.
Many a supply chain originates from China, and each has its pros and cons. The international community and sourcing companies need to take a long hard look at the emerging supply scenario.
Extension of highly regulated institutional banking services is not the sole means of realizing economic efficiency and distributive justice as far as dealings in credit markets are concerned.
Arindam Banik, Director, International Management Institute (IMI), Kolkata, with Wang Xuefeng, Consul-General of China in Kolkata, at an international conference in Kolkata on Saturday.
Saturday 2 January '10
For food inflation, blame underinvestment, not bad weather or the supply chain.
Monday 27 July '09
In Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Bangalore, it seems that everybody is obsessed with the value of their home. The boom in house prices over the last year.
Wednesday 15 April '09
A poisonous mix of accounting opaqueness, regulatory laxity and judicial indolence is a major roadblock to smooth development.
2013 SJR (SCImago Journal Rank) Score: 0.211
2013 Ranking: 166/325 in Business and International Management (Scopus®)
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Global Business Review is designed to be a forum for the wider dissemination of current management and business practice and research drawn from around the globe but with an emphasis on Asian and Indian perspectives.
An important feature is its cross-cultural and comparative approach. Multidisciplinary in nature and with a strong practical orientation, this refereed journal publishes surveys relating to and report significant developments in management practice drawn from business/commerce, the public and the private sector, and non-profit organisations. The journal also publishes articles which provide practical insights on doing business in India/Asia from local and global and macro and micro perspectives.
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|Kakali Kanjilal||Associate Professor, Statistics and Operations area, IMI Delhi|
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|Himadri Roy Chaudhuri||Associate Professor, Marketing, IMI Kolkata|
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