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Dr. Kanwal Anil



Name : Dr. Kanwal Anil

Qualifications : PhD, M.F.C, M.Com, UGC (NET)

Work Experience : 8 years

Research Interests : Finance and Accounts.

Dr Kanwal Anil has been into teaching ,training and research for over eight years now and her major areas of acade. Dr Anil earned her PhD, from the University of Lucknow, India in the area of Securitization & Structured Finance, in the year 2005. Currently she is serving as an Assistant Professor at the Jaypee Business School ; a constituent of Jaypee University Noida.Mic interest happen to be that of Corporate finance, Securitisation ,Structured Finance and Accounting for Managers in which she has developed and taught a number of courses and has also written and presented a handful of national and international research paper in various reputed journals and conferences.

 

Publications:

 

International Journal:

  1. Anil, Kanwal, and Kapoor, Sujata, “Relevance of Signalling and Smoothing Approaches to Dividend: A Study of Indian IT Sector”, Asia Pacific Business Review, Volume IV, No.4, pp. 104-123, October-December2008.
  2. Anil, Kanwal, and Kapoor, Sujata, “Determinants of Dividend Payout ratios- A study of Indian Information Technology sector”, International Research Journal Of Finance and Economics, Issue 15, pp. 63-71, May 2008.
  3. Kapoor, Sujata, and Anil, Kanwal “Relevance of Information asymmetry Models-a study of Indian Information technology Sector”, International Journal of Business research Vol.VII, No.5, pp. 1-9, 2007.
  4. Anil, Kanwal, “Asset securitization in India-The ignitive tool of the Indian capital Markets”, International Journal in Business Research, IJBR, VolumeVII, Number1, 2007.
  5. Misra, Anil, and Anil, Kanwal, “Economic Value Added (EVA) as the most significant measure of financial performance: A study of select Indian firms”, Journal of International Business and Economics” (JIBE), Vol. VII, Number 1, 2007.

 

International Conference:

  1. Kapoor, Sujata, Anil, Kanwal, “Determinants of Corporate Dividend Policy in Indian Information Technology Sector: A factorial Analysis”, International Finance Conference, IIM Calcutta, December 2009.
  2. Kapoor, Sujata, Kanwal, Anil and Abidi, Naseem, “Determinants of dividend payout ratios- A study of Indian FMCG sector”, The International Conference on Global Issues in Business and Technology, National Institute of Financial Management, India,  August 2008
  3. Anil, Kanwal, and Misra, Anil, “Asset Securitization and its Impact on Financial Stability”, Global Issues in Business & Technology NIFM, New Delhi ,Review of Business &technology research Volume1 No131st July2008.
  4. Anil, Kanwal, “Asset securitization in India-The ignitive tool of the Indian capital Markets”, Research / Teaching Excellence in Business and Economics, Las Vegas, 2007.
  5. Misra, Anil, and Anil, Kanwal, “Economic Value Added (EVA) as the most significant measure of financial performance: A study of select Indian firms”, Research / Teaching Excellence in Business and Economics, Las Vegas, 2007.
  6. Kapoor, Sujata, and Anil, Kanwal, “Relevance of Information asymmetry Models-a study of Indian Information technology Sector”, Research / Teaching Excellence in Business and Economics, Las Vegas, 2007.
  7. Anil, Kanwal, “Infrastructure Financing through unique financial Instruments-with specific reference to Securitisation”, Finance Conference, RIMT Institute of Information and Technology, Patiala, March 2006.
  8. Anil, Kanwal, “Asset Securitisation-A  catalyst in the Indian Financial Sector”, National Conference on New Challenges in the Indian Financial Sector, RIMT Institute of Information and Technology, Patiala,  Nov.2005.
  9. Misra, Anil, and Anil, Kanwal, “Linkages between Economic Value Added And Share Prices-An Empirical Study of Indian Corporate Sector”, Conference on Research in Finance and Accounting at Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow, 2005.

 

National Journal:

  1. Anil, Kanwal, and Kapoor, Sujata, “Relevance of Signalling and Smoothing approaches to dividend- A study of Indian FMCG sector”, Business Perspectives,Volume10,No.1 , pp. 13-22, January-June 2008.
  2. Misra, Anil, and Anil, Kanwal, “Linkages between Economic Value Added And Share Prices-An Empirical Study of Indian Corporate Sector”, ICFAI Journal of Industrial Economics, Vol. II, No. 4, November, 2005.
  3. Anil, Kanwal, and Misra, Anil, “Asset Securitisation-The Stakeholders’ Perspective”, RIMT Journal of Strategic Mgt. and Information Technology, Vol II, No. 1 and 2, January-June, 2005.
  4. Anil, Kanwal , “Small Scale Industries in the Liberalised Regime: counteracting the WTO challenges; Srijan Vol.2,.No.1 January-July, 2003.
  5. Anil, Kanwal, "The EVA Revolution”, SPANDAN, Vol. 1 No. 1, January-July 2002.

 

National Conference:

  1. Anil, Kanwal, Misra, Anil, “Asset Securitisation –a unique financial instrument of the Indian Capital Markets”. First National Conference on The Indian Capital Markets.-Emerging Issues,  IBS Gurgaon, April 2007
  2. Anil, Kanwal, Misra, Anil, “Infrastructure Financing through unique financial Instruments-with specific reference to Securitisation”, Finance Conference, RIMT Institute of Information and Technology, Patiala, March 2006.
  3. Anil, Kanwal, Misra, Anil,Asset Securitisation-A  catalyst in the Indian Financial Sector”, National Conference on New Challenges in the Indian Financial Sector, RIMT Institute of Information and Technology, Patiala,  November 2005.  
  4. Anil, Kanwal, Misra, Anil, “Share Microfin-A case study on Micro Finance”, Conference on Entrepreneurship and Women in India, Commerce Dept. University of Lucknow, February 2005.
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