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Sujata Kapoor

Name : Ms. Sujata Kapoor

Qualifications : MBA (Finance), MCom, NCFM certification

Work Experience : 04 Years

Research Interests : Finance and Accounting

Sujata Kapoor has been working as faculty in the area of Finance with reputed business schools for around 4 years. She is a MBA (Finance) from Uttar Pradesh Technical University,Lucknow and has earned her MCom degree from Delhi University . She holds certification in financial markets. She has also contributed handful of national and international publications in the area of her research.

 

 

International Journal:

  1. Anil, Kanwal, and Kapoor, Sujata, “Relevance of Signaling and Smoothing Approaches to Dividend: A study of Indian IT Sector”,  Asia Pacific Business Review, vol. 4, No.4,  pp. 104-123, October-December 2008
  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.7, No.5, pp. 1-9, October 2007.

 

International Conference:

  1. Kapoor, Sujata, and 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, and Anil, Kanwal, 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. Kapoor, Sujata, and Anil, Kanwal, “Relevance of Information asymmetry Models-a study of Indian Information technology Sector”, IABE-2007 Annual Conference, Las Vegas, October 2007

 

National Journal  :

    1. Kapoor, Sujata, “Relevance of Information Asymmetry Dividend models-A study of Indian FMCG sector”, Effulgence, vol.6, No.2, pp.12-17, July-Dec 2008.
    2. Anil, Kanwal, and Kapoor, Sujata, “Relevance of Signalling and Smoothing approaches to dividend- A study of Indian FMCG sector”, Business Perspectives, vol.10, No.1, pp-13-22, Jan-June 2008.
    3. Kapoor, Sujata, “Dividend policy–A review”, Management review, vol.34, pp.10-14, September 2007.
    4. Mishra, Nandita, and Kapoor, Sujata, “Implementation, Application & Benefits of Delivery Order System-A Case Study of Samsung India”, ICFAI journal of supply chain management, vol. 4, No. 3, pp. 82-97, September 2007.
    5. Kapoor, Sujata, “Relevance of information asymmetry models in Indian context”, Indian Journal of Finance, vol.1, No.2, pp. 7-12, June- July 2007.
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