Chennai (Tamilnadu) [India], June 21 (ANI/NewsSee): The third edition of the Research Symposium on Finance and Economics (RSFE) 2022 organized by the IFMR Graduate School of Business at Krea University was a resounding success and is concluded with discussions and the presentation of several key issues that the world of finance and economics are facing and will have to face in the years to come. A two-day event, RSFE 2022 was notable for a stellar speaker line-up, an unmatched 83 papers sent for review, and the presence of key stalwarts from the world of economics who shared deep insights into the issues shaping the laws governing the political economy at present.
A forum for discussion and deliberation on emerging issues in finance and economics, the symposium saw 50 scholars from India and abroad present high quality research papers in the fields of finance and economics, including finance structure, capital structure and dividend policy, corporate governance, mergers. and acquisitions, financial reporting and regulation, behavioral finance, computational finance and financial econometrics, asset pricing, financial markets, derivatives trading and pricing, market microstructure and algorithmic trading, banking and risk management, digital finance, fintech, AI and Machine Learning. As a precursor to RSFE 2022, a pre-symposium workshop on “Impact of the COVID Pandemic on Business Policies” was organized to study natural experiences related to the COVID pandemic, government policies and their impact on firm-level financial decisions and consumer financial behavior. .
The inaugural day of RSFE 2022 saw three keynote lectures, three technical sessions and twenty-eight paper presentations from academics from eight countries and over twenty-eight universities around the world. Topics included ESG investing, the relationship between gender diversity on the board and the formation of the IPO price, why banks offer a set of services. The closing day of RSFE 2022 saw lectures on the opportunities and risks of decentralized finance, elaboration of improving girls’ education through experimental and non-experimental evidence and exploration of outperformance Indian financial sector in a world still reeling from the effects of the pandemic. The day included three keynote lectures, three technical sessions and twenty-six paper presentations by academics from forty-one universities in eleven countries.
Dr. Lakshmi Kumar, Dean, IFMR GSB, Krea University, said, “Finance and Economics Research Symposium 2022 is IFMR GSB’s contribution to the culmination of world-class research. entire. It presents the research of contemporary pioneer thinkers that is cutting edge and brings together actionable intellectual debates. The success of this edition testifies to the faith that researchers have in this Symposium. The RSFE 2022 ended with the presentation of the Best Paper Awards in the fields of finance and economics.
The awards were sponsored by the CFA Institute and the IFMR GSB. Powered by IFMR’s 50-year heritage and in line with Krea University’s philosophy of reinventing education through unique Interwoven Learning, IFMR Graduate School of Business prepares impactful business leaders and efficient ones that can solve the problems of the future. Having evolved from a research-based institution to a fully-fledged business school IFMR
GSB’s curriculum combines a blend of theory with simulated real-life exposure and strives to shape business practice through inventive, sharp thinking and cutting-edge research. Porous Boundaries bring the real world into the classroom and allow students to gain an immersive learning environment, aided by programs, internships, workshops, and sessions in collaboration with various global institutes and prominent speakers of various fields. IFMR GSB offers a full-time MBA program, executive and management development programs for experienced professionals, and a PhD program in affiliation with Madras University. This story is provided by NewsSee. ANI will not be responsible for the content of this article. (ANI/NewsSee)
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