1. Auflage 2018,
316 Seiten, Gebunden, HC runder Rücken kaschiert, Format (B × H): 160 mm x 241 mm, Gewicht: 653 g
Verlag: Springer Singapore
Bhanumurthy / Hegade / Nerlekar Advances in Finance & Applied EconomicsDiscussing a wide range of topics of contemporary relevance from the domain of finance and economics, this book presents a collection of twenty-four research papers, which were selected on the basis of their topicality, the novelty of their methods, and the importance of their subject matter. All papers pursue an empirical approach to address key research issues, and are categorized into three major parts. Part one includes papers related to development economics and environmental economics. The second part focuses on monetary economics, public economics, and behavioral economics, while the third tackles issues concerning corporate finance and financial risk management. Bringing together works of scholars from around the world, the book presents a truly global perspective, and not only serves as an essential guide on the topic for researchers, but also has a distinctive role to play in policymaking.
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Part I.- A. Development Economics.- 1. Federalism in India: An empirical analysis.- 2. 1. Econometric Analysis of Growth Inclusiveness in India Evidence from Cross Section Data .- 3. Ethanol as Biofuel and Cereal Prices.- 4. Econometric Analysis of Growth Inclusiveness in India Evidence from Cross Section Data.- B. Environmental Economics.- 1. Sustainability of Small scale biogas installations in India- economic, social and ecological dimensions.- 2. Urban Sprawl and Transport Sustainability on Highway Corridors Using Stake Holder Analysis.- 3. The inter-relationship between economic growth and CO2 emissions in India.- 4. Policy Interventions for Sustainable Solid Waste Management in Developing Countries.- 5. Ability-Biased Technical Change, Economic Growth and the Environment: An Empirical Analysis.- Part II.- A. Monetary Economics.- 1. MUDRA: The Transformation of Microfinance in India: Review, Experiences And Future prospect.- 2. Impact of fiscal policy initiatives on inflation in India.- 3. Monetary Policy and Private Investment in India- the MIDAS experience.- B. Public Economics.- 1. Democracy, Trade Openness and Economic Growth: A Cross-Country Study.- 2. Incidence of Specific or Employment Tax in Non Walrasian Fixed - Price Model with Efficiency Wage.- 3. Agency Freedoms and Education levels of women in their Post-marital Household: Evidence from Rural India.- C. Behavioral Economics.- 1. Mental Accounting- Saving with Virtual Shoeboxes.- 2. Trading Behaviour of Investor Categories and its impact on Indian Equity Market.- 3. Augmenting Employees' Efforts in Innovation.- Part III.- A. Corporate Finance.- 1. Ownership classification and technical efficiency in Indian manufacturing firms: a stochastic frontier approach.- 2. Growth of Venture Capital and Private Equity in India.- 3. Impact of Market Value of Firm on its Capital Structure Decisions: Panel Data Evidence from Indian Manufacturing Firms.- 4. Corporate Governance and Cash Holdings: An empirical investigation of Indian companies.- B. Financial Risk Management.- 1. Empirical Analysis of the Determinants of Dividend Pay-Outs of Indian Banking Stocks Using Panel Data Econometrics.- 2. Asset Liability Management in Commercial Banks in India.