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Importance-of-Economic-Research-for-Capital-Markets 18.4.2017

NISM in association with CEPAR, K.J Somaiya Institute of Management Studies and Research had conducted a One-day Conference on “Importance of Economic Research for Capital Markets” on March 03, 2017 at NISM Campus, Patalganga.

The objective of this conference was to deliberate challenges faced by all the stakeholders of capital markets in understanding macroeconomic policies and its implications on financial market in general and capital market in particular. The conference also focused on technology driven innovations & business impact on capital market.

The aim of this conference was to bring together the researchers, economists, academicians, and industry professionals to deliberate the challenges and disruptions faced during conducting quality research. The research based conference is required to support healthy growth of capital markets.

The Keynote address was delivered by Shri. Dr. R B Barman, Chairman, National Statistical Commission, MoSPI, GoI. He also released a book proceedings of panel discussion on “Creating Optimal Economic Value through Right Mergers & Acquisitions” held on October 8, 2016 at SIMSR. The other speakers were Mr. Sandip Ghose, Director, NISM, Dr. Siva Kumar, Professor & ACP, SIMSR; Mr. Indranil Sen Gupta, Chief Economist, Bank of America Myrrill Lynch , Mr. Brajmohan Mishra, Principal Adviser, Department of Economic and Policy Research; Dr. Ramasastry, Director, IDRBT, Hyderabad; Dr. Asha Prasuna, Professor & Chairperson CEPAR, SIMSR & Dr. K N Murty, Retd. Professor & Dean, School of Economics, University of Hyderabad.

The programme was conducted by Mr. Jitendra Kumar, Member of Faculty, NISM.

The areas covered during the conference were:

  • The Need of Research in Capital Market
  • Research opportunities in Contemporary Economics and Capital Markets: Some Thoughts
  • Monetary & Fiscal Policies – Implications for Capital Markets
  • Technology, Innovations, Disruptions
  • New Financial products and Regulatory Challenges
  • Global Capital Markets & Economic Research
  • Counter-factual Simulations – using Macroeconomic Model

The participants for the programme were mix of academicians, regulators, practitioners and students. Certificate of Participation was given to all the participants at the end of the programme. The Conference proceedings will be published with ISSN number and be made available for future reference and use.

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