CALL FOR PAPERS

CALL FOR PAPERS
Mittal School of Business invites papers from researchers, practitioners and professionals for the conference in the Finance Conclave under theme Dynamics of Financial Sector Reforms. The two-day international event aims to bring together experts from different disciplines to discuss innovation and financial sector reforms. The conclave will provide a forum for dissemination of contemporary research in a wide range of issues and strategies, both academic and practice oriented. We welcome manuscripts/papers from various disciplines in finance, commerce and accounting. The special focus of the conclave will be on, but not necessarily restricted to:

TRACK A: FINANCIAL SERVICES REFORMS
  • A1. Technological Innovations in Financial Services
  • A2. Innovative Financial Services for the Bottom-of-Pyramid
  • A3.International Finance
  • A4. Innovations in Finance: Sustainability Vs Vulnerability
  • A5. Insurance Sector Reforms: Tryst with the Trust
  • A6. Venture Capitalists: From Baby Boomers to Eco Boomers
  • A7. Corporate Finance and Carbon Financing: The Way Forward
  • A8. Financial Inclusion
  • A9.Financial Disruptions: The Road Ahead
TRACK B: FINANCIAL MARKET REFORMS
  • B1. Dynamics of Alternate Investment Avenues
  • B2.   Strategic Risk Management
  • B3.   Innovations in Wealth Management Practices
  • B4.   SME Financing
  • B5.   Monetary Policy Regime
  • B6.   Global Capital Markets
  • B7.   Structured Financing
  • B8.   Bankruptcy Prediction and Bankruptcy Codes
  • B9.   Effect of Commodity Prices on Financial Markets
  • B10. Dimensions of Corporate Restructuring
  • B11. Modinomics and its Implications on Capital Markets
  • B12. Foreign Direct Investment and Foreign Portfolio Investment
  • B13. Stock and Commodity Markets
  • B14. Application of Financial Econometric Models
TRACK C: BANKING SECTOR REFORMS
  • C1. Strategic Issues in Banking: Restructuring and Recapitalization
  • C2. Technological Innovations in Banking
  • C3. Macro Finance or Micro Finance: A Pro-Poor Strategy of Banks
  • C4.Corporate Banking and Risk Management
  • C5. Demonetisation and Remonetisation Perspectives
  • C6. Innovations in Banking Sector
  • C7. Rural Banking: Potential and Challenges
TRACK D: TAXATION ISSUES AND REFORMS
  • D1. GST Implementation and National Implications
  • D2. Strategic Issues in International Taxation
  • D3. Taxation Issues in MSME Sector
  • D4. Arm Length and Transfer Pricing 
  • D5. BEPS and its Implications
  • D6. Corporate and Personal Taxation
TRACK E: CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND ACCOUNTING REFORMS
  • E1. Financial Reporting Issues in Emerging Economies
  • E2. IFRS and its implications for Indian Accounting Practices
  • E3. Accounting Disclosure Practices
  • E4.Issues in Multiple Reporting Standards
  • E5. Financial Analytics
  • E6.Contemporary Issues in Accounting
  • E7. Auditing and Forensic Accounting
  • E8. Financial Malpractices and Scams

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