Dr. Thenmozhi M
Professor
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Brief Profile

Ms. M.Thenmozhi
Professor in Finance
Department of Management Studies
Indian Institute of Technology Madras Chennai 600 036, India
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You can read my working papers in http://ssrn.com/author=567794

You can see my papers https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Thenmozhi_M

You can see my web course on Management Science -I  in http://nptel.ac.in/downloads/122106031/

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M.Thenmozhi is a Professor in Finance in the Department of Management Studies of Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India and is currently on deputation as Director of National Institute of Securities Markets, Mumbai. She obtained her Doctorate from University of Madras and is a researcher and teacher in the area of finance for more than 28 years. She was formerly working as faculty in the Department of Management Studies of Anna University, Chennai.

She specializes in finance and strategy and her areas of interest are: Corporate Finance and Strategy, Financial Markets, Computational Finance, Forecasting and Time Series Modeling, Stock and Commodity Derivatives.

She is an Executive Endeavour fellow of the Australian Government and a recipient of Fulbright-Nehru Visiting Lecturer Fellowship and European Union Erasmus Mundus Scholarship. She is a National Award winner for developing the best manufacturing policy draft for India from the former Prime Minister Shri. Atal Bihari Vajpayee at the National Manufacturing Sector Policy Competition organized by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) and We Think for India(WTI) Forum. She is a recipient of EXIM Bank Chair Professorship in finance offered by Indian Council for Cultural relations, Ministry of External affairs, Government of India.

 She has international teaching experience with UPM, Madrid, University of Passau, Germany and Lagos Business School, Nigeria. She has international research experience at QUT, Brisbane and San Diego State University, US. Currently, she has a series of collaborative research projects with SDSU, San Diego, US, La Trobe University, Australia, Deakin University, Australia, Monash University, Australia and University of Connecticut, US. She is involved in international networking for student and faculty exchange and joint projects with international Universities.

 At IIT Madras, she headed the finance area (group) for more than 13 years and has made significant contributions through various administrative assignments and responsibilities. At the Policy level, she is a senate member, member of Board of International and Alumni Relations (since 2014) and has been member of Board of Academic Courses (2012-14), Board of Academic Research(2009-11), Board of Infrastructure and Planning(2004-10), Library advisory committee(2001-06,2007-08,2008-09) and Research fund Committee, ICSR(2013). She had led various assignments by heading activities such as Chairperson MBA Programme (14-16), Chairperson DoMS Research Programme (12-14), Chairperson of Curriculum revision committee (2010-11, 2012-13).

 She has been a member of several Committees such as Executive Committee, Women’s Forum (2008, 2010, 2012), Women’s Grievance cell (2001-02, 2009-10), Curriculum Revision Task Force Committee (2005), Disciplinary committee, Core Committee on Web based Education(2000). She has also contributed in the recruitment activities by chairing or as expert member  in various committees of the Institute. She has been very active in faculty association activities and has taken several welfare measures for faculty members as Secretary, Vice-president and President of IITM faculty association and as President of All India IIT Faculty Federation. She has been a significant contributor at the department policy level activities such as department strategic planning, departmental consultative committee (major policy decisions), MBA admissions committee, MS/Ph.D admissions committee, Committee of Professors and various committees formed for specific tasks.

Her research focus is more on applied and policy implications based research in the domain of corporate finance and market microstructure and financial time series modeling. She primarily works on price discovery and volatility spillover in stock market, bond market and commodity market. She has done series of work pertaining to developing hybrid models to predict stock prices and has explored the linkage of ETFs, Mutual Funds and FII flows to stock market.    She empirically looks at why Indian firms prefer to choose Non-traditional Debt Financing, developed an entropy measure to capture extent of diversification of Indian firms, examine the impact of Ownership and Industry Structure on a firm’s Diversification – Performance relationship and examine if rule of law/ country level corporate governance/corruption index matters for effective performance of acquisitions involving emerging markets. In recent years she has been looking at why Indian firms are holding huge liquid cash and explore if diversification, promoter ownership, Duality and Board composition impacts cash holding decisions, Institutional ownership and value creation. She developed a validated framework to evaluate the impact of IT investment in banking sector from users perspective, developed a financial stability index and examined its transmission across global markets. Currently, she has been working on short run and long run determinants of US corporate liquidity using Flow of Funds, Governance of group and family firms, liquidity and market efficiency of Commodity Market, Geopolitical, Corruption and economic freedom impact on Cross border Mergers and Acquisitions and impact of SEBI governance norms on firm value and performance. She has won several best research awards for her research work both at the national and international levels and her research papers are known for depth and knowledge addition to the literature and most of them have practical relevance to policymakers or industry.

 

 She has executed research projects with CTS and TCS. She has undertaken National stock exchange initiated projects and is currently doing a project with Multi Commodity Exchange of India(MCX). She also has an IITM incubated company Yrs Intuitions Consulting Private Ltd. TheHashtag.in is an exclusive wing of the company which focuses on reputation management and business intelligence solutions.

 She is actively involved in consulting and skill based development programmes ranging from one week to two years for various companies with repeat programmes for several years. She has been coordinating and running the two year executive programme in business administration for the fourth batch now for the employees of GMMCO group, CTS, S&P, Nissan, SBI, Walmart, Wipro, TCS, Infosys, TAFE and others. She is currently doing a series of skill development programmes for L&T (PT&D), Chennai and NTECL Vallur.

 Faculty development is a constant initiative of hers and she has done several continuing education programmes to enhance the research skills of faculty members and research scholars. She has also organised workshops and interactive sessions with international faculty for researchers and faculty members from other colleges.

 She has professional contributions to other Colleges, Universities and Higher education Institutions at different levels ranging from being part of faculty recruitment, doctoral committee member, member of Advisory Board, member of Board of academic studies, research guidance, delivering lectures, delivering keynote address in conferences or seminars, course audit of programmes, accreditation, etc. She is a Senate member of IISER, Trivandrum. She was a member of the Equity Derivatives Governing Council Board of Madras Stock Exchange for about an year.

Academic Background

  • Ph.D. , University of Madras, 1988.
  • M.Phil., University of Madras, 1984.
  • M.Com, University of Madras, 1983.
  • B.Com,  University of Madras, 1981.

Academic Experience

Department of Management Studies, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai

Professor                                           From 9.6.2006 till now

Currently on Deputation as Director, National Institute of Securities Markets,Navi Mumbai - 400703

Associate Professor                         26.09.2000 to 08.06.2006

Assistant Professor                          16.09.1998 to 25.09.2000

 

Department of Management Studies, Anna University, Madras

Assistant Professor                           08.07.1993 to 15.09.1998

Lecturer                                            12.12.1989 to 07.07.1993

Visiting Faculty                                 30.11.1988 to 11.12.1989

 

Visiting Appointments

  • Visiting EXIM Bank ICCR Chair Professor, Lagos Business School, Lagos, Nigeria,  Sept.19-Oct.30, 2016.
  • Fulbright Visiting Professor   College of Business Administration, San Diego State University, San Diego, US,   13.1.2011 to 5.5.2011.
  • Visiting  Scholar,    ETSII School , Universidad Politecnia de Madrid (UPM),  Madrid, Spain,  9.11.2009 to 21.12.2009
  • Visiting Professor, University of Passau, Passau, Germany , 10 to 28th June, 2010.
  • Visiting  Fellow,  School of Economics and Finance, Faculty of Business, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia 5.11.2007 to 21.12.2007.

Research sabbatical

  • Industry Sabbatical, Cognizant Technology Solutions, 23-27,  July 2012.
  • Research Sabbatical with Quantitative Finance group, Tata Consultancy services   1.3.2012 to 31.3.2012 

PROFESSIONAL/ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS HELD (SELECTIVE LIST):

  •  Area Head - Chairperson, Finance Group(Division), Department of Management Studies, IIT Madras, 13 years
  •  Member, Senate, IIT Madras, since 9.6.2006
  •  Member, Senate, IISER,TVM, 1.2.2018 to 31.1.2020    
  •  Member, Equity Derivatives Governing Council, Madras Stock exchange, 2012
  •  Director, YRS Intuitions Consulting Pvt Ltd., IITM Incubated Company, since 2013.
  •  Chairperson, MBA programme,  Department of Management Studies, IIT Madras, July 2014-June 2016
  •  Chairperson, Research programme, Department of Management Studies, IIT Madras, July 2012-June 2014
  •  Chairperson, Curriculum Revision Committee,  Department of Management Studies, IIT Madras, July 2010- June 2011, July 2012-June 2013
  •  Head-in charge, Management Division, Anna University, 17.10.1997  to 15.09.1998
  •  Programme Coordinator, Executive Programme in Business Administration – Two year part time  training programme, IIT Madras, Batch 2014-16, 2015-17,2016-18, 2017-19.
  •  Coordinator, MS/Ph.D Admissions,  Department of Management Studies, IIT Madras, July 2010-June 2011
  •  Coordinator, MBA Admissions,  Department of Management Studies, IIT Madras, July 2001-June 2002, July 2011-June 2012
  •  Faculty Coordinator, SANGAM activities, Department of Management Studies, IIT Madras, July 2000- June 2014
  •  Faculty Advisor ,Research scholars, Department of Management Studies, IIT Madras, July 2004 - June 2006,July 2011-July 2012, June 2012-June 2013
  •  Faculty Advisor, M.Tech (Industrial Management), Department of HSS, IIT Madras, July 1999-December 2001     
  •  Faculty-in-charge, Systems Lab,   Department of HSS, IIT Madras       July 1999-June 2000
  •  Faculty Advisor,    M.B.A ,  IIT Madras, July 2002-June 2004, July 2015-June 2017


 Faculty Association administrative positions held:

  •  Secretary,  Faculty Association, IITM - Oct 2004-Dec.2005
  •  Vice-President ,Faculty Association, IITM -Dec.2005-Nov.2006
  •  President, Faculty Association, IITM  – Nov.2006 –Sept.2008, Sept.2008-Sept.2010
  •  President, All India IIT Faculty Federation  (AIIITFF) –Sept. 2009-2011

 Institute Boards

  •  Member,  Board of International and Alumni Relations 2014 till now
  •  Member,  Board of Infrastructure Committee, 2004-2010
  •  Member,  Library Advisory Committee, 2001-2006, 2007-9.
  •  Member, Board of  Academic research  2009-10, 2010-11
  •  Member,  Board of Infrastructure Committee, 2006
  •  Member,  Board of Academic Courses, 2012-13,2013-14

  Institute  Committees

  •  Member, Women’s Grievance Cell, 2001-2002, 2009, 2010
  •  Executive Committee Member,  Women’s Forum, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2013-15, 2015-17
  •  Member, Research Fund Committee,  IC&SR, 2013
  •  Member, Curriculum Revision  Task Force Committee- 2005
  •  Member, Committee for Group Term Insurance Scheme (GTIS) for Employees, since 2000
  •  Member, Committee for Group Mediclaim Insurance Scheme for Employees and their dependants – since 2000
  •  Institute Co-coordinator-ID602 –Research Methodologies,Aug.2010-Dec.2010
  •  Member, Core Committee  on Web based education, ETC, IIT Madras, 2000              

 Institute Recruitment Assignments

  •  Expert committee member , Non-technical  Interview-Faculty Recruitment ,June 2013- July, 2013, June 2014-July 2014
  •  Chairman/Committee member - Recruitment of staff/project staff, ICSR& IITM- 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016,2017,2018
  •  Member, Adhoc Committee –  Project recruitment, IC&SR  2009-11,
  •  Member, Project staff recruitment norms committee,  IC&SR
  •  Member, Committee for Performance Evaluation of Officers of Engineering Unit, July 2001

 Departmental Committees

  •  Member of several committees at different points in time – Committee of Professors, Departmental Consultative Committee, Faculty recruitment, Budget, Peer review, DoMS Symposium, Curriculum revision,  Placement, MBA Building Committee, Industry Interaction and others.

Areas of Interest

Specialisation:

  • Corporate Finance and Strategy, Financial Markets and Institutions,  Market Microstructure, Computational Finance, Forecasting and Time Series Modeling, Stock and Commodity Derivatives

Core Courses:

  • Financial Accounting
  • Financial Analysis and Applications
  • Finance and Accounting for Engineers
  • Cost Accounting
  • Financial Management
  • Working Capital Management
  • Strategic Management

Elective Courses:

  • Financial Institutions and Markets
  • Treasury Management
  • Computational Finance
  • Fixed Income Securities: Trading and Strategy
  • Derivatives and Risk management
  • Investment Management
  • Financial Services
  • International Finance

Research Level Courses:

  • Empirical Research in Finance-I
  • Empirical Research in Finance-II
  • Financial Modeling and Analysis
  • Corporate Governance, Internal control and Risk management 
  • Dynamics of Family Businesses
  • Financial Institutions and Management
  • IT Strategy in Financial Institutions

Current Research Areas

  • Determinants of corporate liquidity- Flow of Funds – US
  • Governance, Family ownership and  Firm value
  • Liquidity and market efficiency of Commodity Market  
  • Cross border Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Corporate Cash holding and Governance 
  • FDI and Innovation
  • Derivatives and  banking sector

Achievements

Academic Achievements

  • EXIM Bank ICCR Chair Professor, Indian Council for Cultural Relations(ICCR), Ministry of External affairs, Government of India,2016 
  • Fulbright-Nehru Visiting Lecturer Fellowship 2010-11.
  • European Union Erasmus Mundus Scholarship  2009-2010.
  • Australian Government Endeavour Executive Award (Fellowship) , 2007.
  • Winner of the  Award for developing the Best Manufacturing Policy Draft for India(2003),National Manufacturing Sector Policy Competition organized by  the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) and  We Think for India(WTI)  Forum, Delhi.
  • Best Innovation in Teaching Award– 2000, Association of Indian Management Schools.
  • Best Research Paper Award– 1996, Association of Indian Management Schools.
  • Best Case Award– 1997, Association of Indian Management Schools.

 

Research Achievements

  • Doctoral Best Paper Award - Shashank Bansal, & Thenmozhi, M. (2017). “Does Increasing Controlled Ownership affect Board Independence?” 5th PAN-IIM World Management Conference, Indian Institute of Management Lucknow, India,14-16 Dec 2017.
  • Best Research Paper Award - Shashank Bansal, & Thenmozhi, M. (2017). “Does CEO Duality Affect Board Independence?? Moderating impact of founder ownership and family blockholding” 18th World Business Research Conference, San Francisco,USA, 2-3 Nov, 2017.
  • Emerald Best Research Paper Award, Anuja Sethiya and Thenmozhi M.(2017)"Which type of Blockholder Promoters prefer more Leverage?” International Conference on Financial Markets and Corporate Finance (ICFMCF) 2017, IIT Kharagpur, India - July 7-8, 2017.
  • Best Research Paper Award - Thenmozhi.M, Nikhil Varaiya, P.Lakshmi (2016), "Evolution of aggregate cash holdings of US firms", DoMS Research Symposium, April 1- 2, 2016, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai.
  • Best Paper Award - Narend.S and Thenmozhi.M (2016), "Gold Exchange Traded Funds and Price Discovery: Empirical Evidence from Global Gold ETFs", The International Academic of Business and Public Administration Disciplines (IABPAD), 02-05 January 2016 at Orlando, Florida.
  • Emerald/EFMD Outstanding Doctoral Research Award for the year 2013 in the Management and Governance category awarded to my doctoral student - P.C. Narayan’s research  on "Cross-Border Acquisitions Involving Emerging Market Firms: A Study  on  the  Impact of Country and Deal Characteristics on Value Creation",  see the link : http://www.emeraldinsight.com/research/awards/odra.htm
  • Best Research Paper Award - Thenmozhi.M, Nikhil Varaiya, P.Lakshmi (2016), "Evolution of aggregate cash holdings of US firms", DoMS Research Symposium, April 1- 2, 2016, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai.
  • M.S. Student: Best Paper Award- S. Priya, International Conference on Emerging Financial Markets, PSG Institute of Management, Coimbatore, 2007
  • P.h.D student:Best Paper Award- Manish Kumar, International Conference, COSMAR, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, 2005.
  • M.S. student:Best Paper Award- S.Radha, Third National Conference on Business Research, PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore,2004.
  • M.S. student:Best Paper Award- R. Kishore Kumar, International Conference - COSMAR 2002, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, 2002.

 

Other Achievements

  • Governing Council Member, Equity Derivatives Council, Madras Stock Exchange - 2012.
  • Recipient of National Junior Research Fellowship, National Education Test (Master’s Level),  University Grants Commission, Government of India, 1985.
  • School Best All Rounder Prize, Bournvita,1975.
  • State Player, Tamilnadu State Kho-Kho Team at the All India Kho-Kho Competition, Bhopal, 1974.

Research Guidance

Post Doc  - Completed -2
  • Abhijeet Chandra, Investor sentiment and asset pricing (2012-14).
  • Lakshmi,P.  Determinants  of  Aggregate Fund flows of US  Private and Non-finance firms(2015-17)

 

Ph.D.  Completed - 12
  • Preeti, S.K., Factors Influencing Non-Traditional Debt Financing by Corporates: A Study Based on Selected Manufacturing Companies in India, 2005
  • Sony Thomas, M. Interdependence and Dynamic Linkages Between S&P CNX Nifty Futures And Spot Market: With Specific Reference to Volatility, Expiration and Price Discovery Effects, 2006.
  • Madhuri Malhotra,  Stock Price Reaction, Liquidity and Volatility Changes around Bonus and Rights Issue Announcements, Coguide: G.Arun Kumar, June, 2009
  • Suresh Srinivasan,  Effect of Ownership and  Industry structure  on Corporate Diversification and Performance,  Coguide: P.Vijayaraghavan, July 2009
  • Lawrence  Harold, Evaluation of Information System in Financial Services sector: A Process based Approach, July 2011
  • Manish Kumar,  Forecasting and Modeling Financial Time Series using Hybrid  Linear and Nonlinear Models, Dec. 2011
  • Sumathi G.N. Effect of strategic HRM practices on Employee performance: with reference to Primary Health Care Centres, Co-guide: T.J.Kamalanabhan , 2012.
  • Narayanan, P.C., Cross-border Acquisitions Involving Emerging Market Firms: A Study of the Impact of Country and Deal Characteristics on Value Creation, 2013.
  • Elango, J., Evaluation of Stakeholders Efficacy under Community Based Health Insurance Schemes: Beneficiaries Perspective, 2014.
  • Lalita Anand,  Impact of firm determinants, Promoter ownership, Board Structure and macroeconomic Factors on Cash Holdings, 2015.
  • Narend,  S.,  Exchange Traded funds-Price Discovery and Volatility Spillover, 2017.
  • Shipra Maurya,  Cross-Commodity Price Transmission, Comovement and Volatility Dynamics 2017.

 

M.S. by Research      Completed –8  
  • Kishore Kumar, R., Futures Trading and Spot Price Volatility of Nifty Index Futures, 2002.  Degree awarded in July 2003.
  • Manish Kumar, Modeling Exchange Rates using Artificial Neural Network, 2004.  Degree awarded in July 2004.
  • Radha, S.  Forecasting Short Term Interest Rates using Univariate and Structural Models, 2005. Degree awarded in July 2006.
  • Priya, S., Price Discovery and Volatility Spillover in Gold, Silver and Crude Oil  Spot and futures markets. Degree awarded in 2008.
  • Karthika S. Nair, Effect of macroeconomic  factors on Treasury Bond returns and Volatility in Emerging and Developed markets,  Degree awarded in 2012.
  • Mahalakshmi  S.  Cash holdings, Diversification and  Firm Value : Evidence from India, 2013.
  • Sarath Chand G, Hybrid GA-SVM Multi-strategy Simulated Trading Model using Global Stock Market Cues, 2014.
  • Srinivasan, N., Oil Price Determinants and Co-Movement Dynamics, September, 2016.
  • Hemamalini S.,  Comovement of banking stress across borders  in short run and long run, 2017 (synopsis submitted)

 

Current Research Scholars:

Ph.D.

 Nachiketa Misra

 He works in the area of   Price leadership, Volatility Spillover and Hedging effectiveness using intra-day data. He is gold medalist in masters and has rich experience at industry including Deloitte.


Shyaam Prasadh (2014)  
Shyaam Prasadh  joined as a doctoral research scholar in 2014. He specializes in Cross-border mergers and acquisitions, in particular his research examines the impact of country-level and firm- level constructs on ownership control and long-run performance in M&As.  He received the Australian     Award- Endeavour Research Fellowship, 2015, by the Government of Australia and worked as a visiting research scholar at Deakin  University  for six months.  

He is a B.Tech and  MBA graduate from PSG Technology, Coimbatore.  Prior to joining IIT Madras, he worked as a software engineer and banker.


Shashank Bansal (2014) 

Shashank, joined as a Doctoral scholar in DoMS, IIT Madras in 2014. He works in the area of corporate governance particularly in understanding the dynamics of family ownership and board composition. Prior to this, he has been  working as an Assistant Professor in Rajiv Gandhi University of   Knowledge Technologies (RGUKT), Hyderabad from 2012-2014. He did his MBA from IIIT Allahabad in 2012.

Shashank Bansal has been Awarded a prestigious “Australian Award - Endeavour Research Fellowship, 2016” by the Government of Australia and worked as visiting research scholar at La trobe Unviersity for six months.  He is also the recipient of Summer Fellowship offered by Economic  Development Board, Government of Andhra Pradesh, Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) by University Grants Commission, Government of India and also has been awarded the Institute Gold Medal in IIIT Allahabad for his academic performance. In addition to these, he also served as a res ource person for various training programs and workshops at IIT Madras including Larsen and Turbo Limited. He won the  best doctoral research paper at the 5th PAN-IIM World Management Conference, Lucknow, India and  the best research paper award at the 18th World Business Research Conference, San Francisco, USA.

 V.Vijayagopal(2015)  
 V.Vijayagopal is a Chartered Accountant and Company Secretary and works as Head of Finance of FLSmidth, India. He is pursuing part-time Ph. D. with IIT Madras since 2015 and his area of research is 'Family Business'.

 Anuja Sethiya(2015)
 Anuja Sethiya  joined for Ph.D at the Department of Management studies, IIT Madras in 2015. She works in the area of corporate finance, specifically, on the impact on blockholder promoters on firm decisions.

 Prior to this, she has been an Assistant Professor in Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge Technologies (RGUKT), Nuzvid from 2013-2015. She is a MBA gold medalist from IIIT Allahabad. She finished her under graduation in BBA (e-commerce). She has also qualified National Eligibility Test (NET-UGC). She is also the recipient of  best paper award for the paper titled “Which type of Blockholder Promoters prefer more Leverage?” in the International Conference on Financial Markets and Corporate Finance (ICFMCF) 2017 held at IIT Kharagpur.

Aghila Sasidharan(2016)
Aghila Sasidharan is a Research Scholar in Finance in the Department of Management Studies of Indian Institute of Technology Madras. Her research interests include corporate finance and cash holdings. Prior to this, she has worked as an Accountant in KPMG Global Services Pvt. Ltd for three years and Devidhan Associates, Trivandrum for a year. She is a M.Com  graduate  and obtained her ACS from Institute of Company Secretaries of India and has completed her CA (inter) from Institute of Chartered Accountants of India and ICWAI(Inter) at Cost and Management Accounts of India.  

 Her achievements: She is qualified in UGC-JRF, Secured Fourth rank in M.Com in Kerala University, awarded the Best Outstanding Student award in Govt Arts College, Trivandrum and Recipient of Suvarna Jubilee Merit Scholarship for UG and PG Studies.  She secured first  prize  in State level 800m, second prize in State in 4*100 relay and second prize in State in 200m race(2006). Prior to joining IITM,   her publications are:

 Aghila Sasidharan (2016), SHG - A Viable Tool for Financial Inclusion with Reference to Panchayath in Kerala, International Journal of Business and Management Science, 4(2):2321-8916- ‘C’ under ABDC ranking.

 Aghila Sasidharan (2015) Gold as an Investment Option –A Study on Investment Pattern of Investors in Kerala, International Journal of Management, 3(1): 681-684 - ‘C’ under ABDC ranking.


 Siva Kameswari Vissa(2017)

Kameswari is currently pursuing her Phd at IIT Madras, Department of Management Studies, in the area of mergers and acquisitions. 

 Kameswari is a Chartered Accountant and has over 29 years of experience comprising Management  / Business Consultancy and functional industry experience. She is an independent director in several  companies in the infrastructure, financial services, automotive and retail sectors.  She is also certified as CEO and Executive Coach.

 Kameswari has significant experience in the area of Management Consulting. She has worked with KPMG Consulting as a Partner and prior to this with A. F. Ferguson & Co. She has worked as the Group Head for Business Improvement, Strategy and IT for the RPG Group, which is USD 5  Billion Group. As a partner with Amrop International, Kameswari has led cross border searches for several leadership positions.

 

 MS & Ph.D Dual Degree

 Kayalvizhi P.N.(2012)
Kayalvizhi is currently pursuing research in Finance at Department of Management Studies, IIT Madras. Her research focuses on the attractiveness of inward FDI for developed and developing economies.

She is a University rank holder in MBA from CEG, Anna University and did her B.Sc. (Physics) from University of Madras. She is a Certified SAP professional.  Her work experience includes  being a Project Manager and a HR consultant. She also has teaching experience in Department of Management Studies, CEG, Anna University for a period of one year.


 Sharon Christina Tensingh (2015)

 Sharon Christina is pursuing her PhD in finance at the Department of Management Studies, IIT Madras.  Her research area focuses on commodity markets and market liquidity.

 After finishing her B.Tech she chose finance for her Ph.D., as it’s surprisingly interdisciplinary. Apart from academics, she is member of IIT Madras basketball team and  her team  won the gold at IIT inter sports meet in 2016.

Selected Journal Publications

Journal Papers

2017

  • Kayalvizhi.P.N, Thenmozhi.M, (2017), Does Quality of Innovation, Culture and Governance Drive FDI? : Evidence from Emerging Markets, Emerging Markets Review, 34,175-191.

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1566014117304314

  • Abhijeet Chandra and Thenmozhi, M (2017), Behavioural Asset Pricing: Review and Synthesis, Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics,  29(1):1-31.

 https://doi.org/10.1177/0260107916670559

2016

  • Lalita Anand, M. Thenmozhi, Nikhil Varaiya  and  Saumitra Bhadhuri (2016),  Impact of macroeconomic factors on cash holdings:  A dynamic panel model, Journal of Emerging Market Finance, 17(1_suppl), S27-S53.https://doi.org/10.1177%2F0972652717751536
  •  Srinivasan Suresh, Thenmozhi, M., and P. Vijayaraghavan (2016) Product Diversification Deciphered, Global Business and Management Research: An International Journal, 8(2), 38-52.
  •  Thenmozhi, M.  and Narayanan, P.C (2016), Rule of Law or Country Level Corporate Governance: What Matters More in Emerging Market Acquisitions? Research in International Business and Finance, 37, 448–463.
  • Maurya, Shipra and Thenmozhi, M. (2016),  Unlocking the Black-box of crude oil and food prices in the presence of futures market”, Finance India, Accepted,  June 2017.
  • Narend, S. and Thenmozhi, M. (2016), Do Country ETFs Influence Foreign Stock Market Index?: Evidence from India ETFs, Journal of Emerging Market Finance, (Forthcoming)
  • Narend, S. and Thenmozhi, M. (2016)  What Drives Fund flows to Index ETFs and  Mutual Funds?: A Panel analysis of Funds in India, Decision  (Springer), 43(1):17–30.
  •  Thenmozhi, M., Sony Thomas and Abhijeet Chandra (2016), Open Interest, Basis, Volume and Spot Volatility during Growth, Crisis and Stable Period: Evidence from Indian Stock Market, Finance India, Vol.XXX No.2, June 2016, pp.473-510.
  • Thenmozhi, M and Srinivasan, N. (2016) Co-movement of oil price, exchange rate and stock index of major oil importing countries: a wavelet coherence approach, Journal of Developing Areas, 50(5), 85-102.
  • Lalita Anand, M. Thenmozhi (2016), Do Large Blockholders Impact Value of Cash? Evidence from India. IPE Journal of Management, Vol. 6 Issue 1, 63-79.

 

2015

  • Chandra, A., and Thenmozhi, M. (2014), On asymmetric relationship of India volatility index (India VIX) with stock market return and risk management. DECISION, 42(1), 33-55. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40622-014-0070-0
  • Sumathi,G.N., T.J Kamalanabhan and Thenmozhi M.(2015),Do health care professional cross the border to serve rural population? ICTACT Journal of Management Studies1(1),20-25.
  • Thenmozhi, M. and Chand, Sarath (2016),  "Forecasting Stock Returns Based on Information Transmission Across  Global Markets using Support Vector Machines", Neural Computing and Applications,Springer Journal 27(4). 805-824.

2014

  •  Anand, L., and  M. Thenmozhi (2014), Do Large Blockholders Impact Value of Cash? Evidence from India. Journal of Managerial Finance and Research, 10 (1) (Forthcoming).

              Alternative link : http://www.researchgate.net/publica/256061234_Corporate_Governance_and_Firms_Cash_Holdings_Evidence_From_India

  • Sumathi, G. N., T. J. Kamalanabhan and M. Thenmozhi (2014), “Healthcare professionals’ perspective of support from public health department: a study inthe PHCs of Tamilnadu”, Indian Journal of Public Health,58(4):230  http://www.ijph.in/text.asp?2014/58/4/230/146276
  • Harold, L. and Thenmozhi, M. (2014), Information quality and Banking Success: A Theoretical Model with Empirical Validation, International Journal of Information Quality(IJIQ), Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 251 - 272. http://www.inderscience.com/offer.php?id=64061
  • Harold, L. and Thenmozhi, M. (2014),The Development and Application of Information System Driven Value Creation in Indian Financial Services Sector, International Journal of Business Information Systems (IJBIS), Vol. 17, No. 2, 198 – 220.http://www.inderscience.com/info/inarticle.php?artid=64566
  •  Thenmozhi, M., Sony Thomas and Abhijeet Chandra (2014), Open Interest, Basis, Volume and Spot Volatility during Growth, Crisis and Stable Period: Evidence from Indian Stock Market, Finance India (Forthcoming)
  • Nair, S. K and Thenmozhi. M,(2014) “Impact of changes in macroeconomic factors on treasury bond returns: evidence from emerging and developed markets” , Amity Global Business Review, Vol.9, pp.24-37.       
  •  Thenmozhi, M. and Chand, Sarath(2014),  "Forecasting Stock Returns Based on Information Transmission Across  Global Markets using Support Vector Machines", Neural Computing and Applications,  (Forthcoming) Springer Journal.
  •  Kumar, M. and Thenmozhi,M. (2014), Trading and Forecasting Performance of Different Hybrid ARIMA - Neural Network Models for Stock Returns”, International Journal of Modeling in Operations Management, (Inderscience),Vol.4, No.3/4 , pp.137 – 144.http://www.inderscience.com/info/inarticle.php?artid=67361

 2013

  • Sumathi, G. N., T. J. Kamalanabhan and M. Thenmozhi (2013) Impact of perceived organizational support on job performance among health care professionals.  International Journal of Business Innovation and Research, Vol.7, No. 3, 2013 pp.379-391.
    http://inderscience.metapress.com/content/0n810tg4j6r733mr/
  • Madhuri  Malhotra, Thenmozhi M., Arun G. Kumar (2013), “Factors Influencing Stock Returns Abnormal Returns Around Bonus And Rights Issue Announcement”, IUP Journal of Applied Finance (IJAF), 19 (4), 41-60.

          http://www.iupindia.in/1310/Applied%20Finance/Factors_Influencing_ara.html

2012

  • Madhuri  Malhotra, Thenmozhi M., Arun G. Kumar (2012),"Liquidity Changes Around Bonus and Rights Issue Announcement: Evidence from Manufacturing and Service Sectors in India", Wealth- International Journal of  Money, Banking and Finance,  1(1), Jan-Jun 2012,28-34. http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/41216/
  • Kumar, M. and M. Thenmozhi (2012) A Hybrid ARIMA-EGARCH and Artificial Neural Network Model in Stock Market Forecasting: Evidence for India and US, International Journal of Business and Emerging Markets, Volume 4, Number 2,  160-178. http://www.inderscience.com/info/inarticle.php?artid=46241

2011

  • Thenmozhi, M.  and S. Priya (2011), Price Discovery in Gold, Silver and Crude Oil Spot and Futures Markets in Emerging and Developed economies, Journal of Business and Accounting, Vol.23,No.1,pp.166-177.

          http://ejournal.narotama.ac.id/files/AN%20EMPIRICAL%20INVESTIGATION%20OF%20THE.pdf#page=167

2009

  • Kumar, M. and Thenmozhi, M. (2009), “Forecasting Stock Index Movement: A Comparison of Support Vector Machines and Random Forest”, IIMB Management Review, Vol.21, No.1, pp.41-55. 

           http://inderscience.metapress.com/content/87786n4457435442/

2008

  • Thenmozhi, M. and Radha S, (2008),“Forecasting interest rates using ARIMA and GARCH models”, Indian Journal of Capital Market, Jan-Mar, pp.17-28.
  • Thenmozhi, M. and Radha S, (2008)  “Dynamic Interactions among stock returns, short term interest rate, spread and expected inflation”, International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management, Vol. 1, No. 3, pp. 296-318.

          http://inderscience.metapress.com/content/458503w5h6kw8623/

  • Thenmozhi, M.  and S. Priya (2008),  “ Volatility Spillover in Bullion and Energy futures and Spot Markets” , Journal of Emerging Financial Markets, Vol.1, No.1, pp.85-108.

Alternative link :

http://www.researchgate.net/publication/260165393_Volatility_Spillover_in_Bullion_and_Energy_futures_and_Spot_Markets

  • Thenmozhi, M. , Sony Thomas and R. Balaji (2008),  " Expiration Day and week effects of derivatives on Spot Market trading Volume, Price Reversal and Volatility: Evidence from India"  Indian Journal of Capital Market, July-September, pp.35-45.
  •  Thenmozhi M. and M. Sony Thomas (2008), Price discovery and Volatility Spillover in spot and futures market: Evidence from India, Indian Journal of Capital Market, A Journal of Bombay Stock Exchange, Oct.-Dec. 2007, pp.1-29.

Alternative link: 

http://www.researchgate.net/publication/251314130_Price_Discovery_and_Volatility_Spillovers_in_Spot_and_Futures_Markets_Evidence_from_Indian_Market

 

 2007

  • Malhotra, M., Thenmozhi, M. & Arun Kumar, G. (2007), ”Effect of Bonus Issue Announcement on Stock Returns using Market Model,”  Journal of International Finance and Economics, Vol. 5 (1),  pp.44-58.
  • Madhuri Malhotra, Thenmozhi, M. and G. Arun Kumar (2007),“Announcement Effect of Rights Issue on Stock Returns: A study of selected Indian Manufacturing Companies", Journal of Services Research,Vol.7, No.1, April-Sept, pp.215-231.    Alternative link:

http://www.researchgate.net/publication/260144498_Evidence_on_Changes_in_Stock_Price_and_Liquidity_around_Rights_Issue_Announcement_Industry_Specific_Analysis

  • Haripriya, R., Thenmozhi, M., & Kumar, G. A. (2006). Impact of Event in Cross-listed Market on the Stock Returns of ADR-listed Companies. Journal of Management Research, 6(1), 35-47.
  •  Thenmozhi, M.  and Manish Kumar (2007), "An Experimental Analysis of Selected Training Algorithms for Artificial Neural Networks in Financial Time Series Prediction", International Journal of Operations and Quantitative Management, Vol. 3 (1), pp. 15-32.  http://inderscience.metapress.com/content/8r0212066u1h2457/

 

2006

  •  Thenmozhi, M.(2006) Forecasting stock index returns using neural networks, Delhi Business Review X Vol. 7, No. 2, pp. 59-69.
  • Thenmozhi, M. and Preeti, S.K.(2006),  Determinants of Non-Traditional Debt Financing Choices, KUTPM Journal of Technology and Management (Malaysia), June 2006, Vol.4(2), pp.22-46.

          http://www.msu.edu.my/v8_080514/journal/v4n1.php

  •  Srinivasan Suresh,   Thenmozhi, M., and P. Vijayaraghavan (2006), Impact of diversification Strategy on Firm Performance: Entropy Approach, ICFAI Journal of Applied Finance, Vol.12, No.11, Nov.2006, pp.27-48.

           http://www.iupindia.in/1106/IJAF_Diversification_Strategy_27.html

  • Thenmozhi, M. and Radha S (2006), “Short-Term Interest Rates and Macroeconomic Variables: An OLS Model”, ICFAI Journal of Applied Finance, Vol.12, No.1, pp.1-16.

           http://www.iupindia.in/106/IJAF_Interest_Rates_Macroeconomic_Variables_5.html

  • Thenmozhi, M. and Radha S (2006),“Forecasting TB Yield Using ARIMA Model”, PSGIM Journal of Management, Vol.1, No.1, Jan- Mar. 2006, pp.29-40.

 

2004

  •  Manish Kumar,  M. Thenmozhi and C Rajendran (2004),“Forecasting Daily Returns of Exchange Rates Using Artificial Neural Network and ARIMA model”, The ICFAI Journal of Applied Finance,Vol.10, No.11 pp.16-36.
  •  Thenmozhi M. and M. Sony Thomas (2004), “Impact of Index Derivatives on S&P CNX Nifty Volatility: Information Efficiency and Expiration Effects”, The ICFAI Journal of Applied Finance, Vol.10, No.9, pp.36-55.

          http://www.iupindia.in/904/IJAF_Derivatives_Cash_Market_Volatility_36.html

 

 2003

  • Thenmozhi M. and R. Kishore Kumar (2003), “Impact of Index Futures Trading on Spot Index Volatility”, Management and Accounting Research, Vol.7, No. 1&2 pp. 6-25.

 

2002

  • Sarma, L.V.L.N. , Thenmozhi M. and Preeti S.K. (2002),“The impact of Macro Finance Variables on Non-traditional Debt Financing”, ICFAI Journal of Applied Finance,Vol.8  No.1 Jan.2002  pp.35-54.

          http://www.iupindia.in/1004/ijaf.asp?mag=http://www.iupindia.in/1004/ijaf_sub.asp

  • Thenmozhi M. and Fareed Jaman (2002),“Competitive Advantage for Players in Mutual Fund Industry: A Study Based on the Perceptions of Mutual Funds” , Management and Accounting Research, April-June 2002 , Vol. 5 No.4. pp. 57-68.
  •  Thenmozhi M.  and R.Shanthi (2002), “Opportunities and Challenges in EDI Applications in Financial Markets”, Journal of Services Research,Vol.2  No.1  2002  pp.107-122.

           http://www.jsr-iimt.in/vo2no1.htm

  • Thenmozhi M. (2002), “Customer Driven Marketing Strategy for Financial Services”, Indian Journal of Business Papers, Vol.2-3 No.4-5 2002 pp.38-42.
  •  Thenmozhi M.(2002), “Futures Trading, Information and Spot Price Volatility of NSE-50 Index Futures Contract”, NSE News - National Stock Exchange of India, Sept. 2002 pp.8-12, 17.

           http://www.nseindia.com/content/research/Paper59.pdf

 

2001

  • Thenmozhi, M. (2001), "Testing Chaos and Nonlinearity in BSE Sensex Time Series”, South Asian Journal of Management, Vol.7, No. 3 & 4, pp.12 –24.

 

2000

  • Thenmozhi, M.(2000), Market Value Added and Share Price Behaviour: An Empirical Study of BSE Sensex Companies, Delhi Business Review- An International Journal of Society for Transformation and Research, Vol.1, No.1, pp.83-92.

 

1999

  • Thenmozhi M. (1999), “Economic Value Added as a Measure of Corporate Performance", The Indian Journal of Commerce, Vol.52 No.4 Oct.- Dec. 1999. pp. 72-88.

 

1997

  • Thenmozhi M. (1997), “Debt Securitisaton in India”, Udyog Pragati, NITIE Bombay, Oct.– Dec. 1997 pp.41-52.

 

1990

  • Thenmozhi M. (1990),“The Issue of Autonomy of  Public Enterprises”, Business Spectrum, Vol. I No.2 1989, pp.1-12
  • Thenmozhi M. (1990), “Valuation of Shares”, Business Spectrum, Vol. II, No.4 1990, pp.30-36.

 

Working Papers

  • Thenmozhi, M. and Abhijeet Chandra, India VIX and Risk Management,  National Stock Exchange of India Working paper, August, 2013. NSE Working Paper WP/9/2013. http://www.nseindia.com/research/content/res_WorkingPaper9.pdf.
  • Malhotra, M. and Thenmozhi, M. and Arun Kumar, G. (2010), “Factors InfluencingAbnormal Returns around Bonus and Rights Issue Announcement”. Madras School of Economics working paper series,Working paper No.61. http://www.mse.ac.in/pub/WORKING%20PAPER%2061.pdf
  • Thenmozhi, M. and Manish Kumar, Dynamic Interaction among Mutual Fund Flows, Stock Market Return and Volatility,  NSE Research Initiative Paper No.50, National Stock Exchange, Mumbai,  March 2009. see http://www.nseindia.com –research – working paper no.50
  •  Thenmozhi, M., Futures Trading, Information and Spot Price Volatility of NSE-50 Index Futures contract,  NSE Research Initiative Paper No. 17, National Stock Exchange, Mumbai,  Nov. 2002. -  Most referred  and cited paper on  research work related to Indian derivatives see http://www.nseindia.com –research – working paper no.17

Conferences

International Conferences

 

2017

  • Bansal, S., & Thenmozhi, M. (2017). “Does CEO Duality Affect Board Independence?? Moderating impact of founder ownership and family blockholding” 18thWorld Business Research Conference, San Francisco,USA, 2-3 Nov, 201
  • Bansal, S., & Thenmozhi, M. (2017). “Does Increasing Controlled Ownership affect Board Independence?” 2nd Vietnam Symposium in Banking and Finance, Vietnam National Univeristy, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 26-28 Oct 2017. 
  • Sethiya, A, Thenmozhi M.(2017) "Effect of Blockholder Promoters on Leverage”, 24th Annual Global Finance Conference, Hempstead, New York, USA - May 4-6, 2017.
  • Prasadh, S., Thenmozhi, M.(2017). " Us Versus them": Does religious distance affect Cross-border acquisitions ?, JIFMIM, Cross Country Perspective in Finance 2017, Chengdu, China, June 23-25,2017.
  • Prasadh, S., Thenmozhi, M.(2017). " Us Versus them": Does religious distance affect Cross-border acquisitions?, JIFMIM, Cross Country Perspective in Finance 2017, Chiang Mai University  Thailand,15-17, December,2017.
  • Sharon Christina T, M. Thenmozhi (2017), "Does Commodity Transaction Tax (CTT) have an impact on Indian Commodity Futures Market?”, 24th Annual Global Finance Conference, Hempstead, New York, USA - May 4-6, 2017.

2016

  • Prasadh, S., Thenmozhi, M., Narayanan, P.C. and Sundaramurthy, C. (2016). Does corruption distance affect cross-border acquisitions around the world? 4th     Indonesian Financial Management Association (IFMA) Conference, Bali,        Indonesia, December 14-15, 2016.
  • Hemamalini and M.Thenmozhi (2016), "Comovement of banking stress across emerging and developed economies" Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money  (JIFMIM) Special Issue Conference, Pu’er, Yunnan, China on December 16-17, 2016.  Paper  accepted 8.8.16.
  • Kayalvizhi.P.N and Thenmozhi. M (2016), "Does Quality of Innovation, Culture and Governance Drive FDI? Evidence from Emerging Markets", Conference on Cross Country Issues on Credit, Banking, Asset Pricing, and Market Liquidity, Pu’er, Yunnan, China, December 16-17, 2016.
  • Lakshmi, P., M. Thenmozhi and Nikhil Varaiya. “Aggregate liquidity of the U.S. corporate sector and the economic environment: A time and frequency varying analysis”, 4th European Conference on Banking and the Economy, University of Southampton, UK, Oct 12, 2016.
  • Lakshmi, P., Thenmozhi M and Nikhil  Varaiya(2016),  “Determinants of Aggregate Cash Holdings of US Corporate Sector”, International Conference on Financial Markets and Corporate Finance,  Dept. of Management Studies, IIT Madras, 12-13, August, 2016.
  • Kayalvizhi.P.N and Thenmozhi.M (2016), Synergic impact of technology and exports on FDI, International Conference on Financial Markets and Corporate Finance,  Dept. of Management Studies, IIT Madras, 12-13, August, 2016.
  • Shyaam Prasadh R, Thenmozhi M., Narayanan P.C. and Chamu Sundaramurthy (2016), Does corruption affect cross-border acquisitions around the world?, International Conference on Financial Markets and Corporate Finance,  Dept. of Management Studies, IIT Madras, 12-13, August, 2016.
  • Madhuri Malhotra and M. Thenmozhi (2016), Linkages among corporate governance, intellectual capital efficiency and firm performance: An empirical analysis from emerging market, International Conference on Financial Markets and Corporate Finance,  Dept. of Management Studies, IIT Madras, 12-13, August, 2016.
  • Lalita Anand, M. Thenmozhi, Nikhil Varaiya  and  Saumitra Bhadhuri (2016),  Impact of macroeconomic factors on cash holdings:  A dynamic panel model, International Conference on Financial Markets and Corporate Finance,  Dept. of Management Studies, IIT Madras, 12-13, August, 2016.
  • Hemamalini and M.Thenmozhi (2016), Comovement of banking stress across emerging and advanced economies,  International Conference on Financial Markets and Corporate Finance,  Dept. of Management Studies, IIT Madras, 12-13, August, 2016.
  • Narend S. and M. Thenmozhi (2016), Do country ETFs induce volatility spillover in the foreign stock market?: evidence from India ETFs? International Conference on Financial Markets and Corporate Finance,  Dept. of Management Studies, IIT Madras, 12-13, August, 2016.
  • Shashank Bansal  and M. Thenmozhi  (2016), Does Controlled Ownership affect Board composition? International Conference on Financial Markets and Corporate Finance, Dept. of Management Studies, IIT Madras, 12-13, August, 2016.
  • Vijayagopal V and M. Thenmozhi (2016), The internationalization of family business – Looking for evidence from the Indian stock market, International Conference on Financial Markets and Corporate Finance,  Dept. of Management Studies, IIT Madras, 12-13, August, 2016
  • Kayalvizhi.P.N and Thenmozhi.M (2016), "Does Quality of Innovation, Culture and Governance Drive FDI? : Evidence from Emerging Markets", Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money (JIFMIM) Special Issue Symposium on “Cross Country Issues on Credit, Banking, Asset Pricing, and Market Liquidity” ,  June 23-25, 2016 at Shanxi, China.
  • Hemamalini.A and Thenmozhi.M (2016), "Co-movement of banking stress across emerging and advanced economies: A dynamic factor model and wavelet coherence approach", Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money (JIFMIM) Special Issue Symposium on “Cross Country Issues on Credit, Banking, Asset Pricing, and Market Liquidity” , June 23-25, 2016 at Shanxi, China.
  • Narend.S and Thenmozhi.M (2016), "Gold Exchange Traded Funds and Price Discovery: Empirical Evidence from Global Gold ETFs", The International Academic of Business and Public Administration Disciplines (IABPAD), 02-05 January 2016 at Orlando, Florida.
  • Thenmozhi.M, Nikhil Varaiya, P.Lakshmi (2016), "Evolution of aggregate cash holdings of US firms", The International Academic of Business and Public Administration Disciplines (IABPAD), 02-05 January 2016 at Orlando, Florida.
  • Kayalvizhi.P.N and Thenmozhi.M (2016), "“Quality of Innovation Impacts Foreign Direct Investment: A Panel Analysis”, The International Academic of Business and Public Administration Disciplines (IABPAD), 02-05 January 2016 at Orlando, Florida.

 

2015   

  • Thenmozhi, M, Narayanan, P. C. and R. Shyaam Prasadh(2015), Does economic freedom impact post acquisition performance of cross border  deals,  Brunel Studies in Economics and Finance Conference, Brunel University, London, UK,               June1-2.
  • Thenmozhi, M  and Srinivasan, N, Capturing co-movement of oil price, exchange rate and stock index of major oil importing countries: a wavelet coherence approach,  2015, Asia Pacific Conference on Business and Social Sciences, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, November 23 - 24.

 

2014 

  • Narend, S and Thenmozhi, M. (2014).  Performance and Price Discovery of Gold Exchange Traded Funds. Asian Finance Association – Bali, Indonesia,  June24-27,    2014.
  • Narend, S and Thenmozhi, M. (2014).  Performance and Price Discovery of Gold Exchange Traded Funds. World Finance & Banking Symposium – Singapore, December 11-12, 2014.  
  • Maurya, Shipra and Thenmozhi, M. (2014).  Is there any Contagion Effect among Crude oil and Staple Food Prices?. 2014 IMRA-KEAN International Conference, Union, United State, May 29-31, 2014.
  • Abhijeet Chandra and M. Thenmozhi (2014), Liquidity in Currency Options Market in India”, Financial markets and Corporate Governance Conference, QUT,  Brisbane, April22-24, 2014. Paper in www.ssrn.com

 

2013

  • Thenmozhi M  and Shipra Maurya, Contagion Effect among Crude oil and Food prices in India", International Conference on Business Analytics and Intelligence,Indian Institute of Management Bangalore,  Dec, 2013
  • Sarath Chand G and M. Thenmozhi (2013), "Do Global stock market cues matter in forecasting stock returns in developed and developing markets?", 22th European Financial Management Association (EFMA) 22nd Annual Meeting, University of Reading, UK, June 26-29, 2013
  • S. Mahalakshmi,  M. Thenmozhi and Nikhil Varaiya (2013),  "Effect of Diversification on Cash Holdings and Firm Value: A Study on Indian Firms", accepted for the presentation at the 2013 Global Finance Conference in Monterey, California,  May 20-22, 2013.

 

2012

  • Narayanan, P. C. and Thenmozhi, M. (2012), Cross Border Acquisitions Involving Emerging Market Firms: Do Country Characterstics Matter? Midwest Finance Association Conference. New Orleans: SSRN -1927038.
  • Sumathi, G. N., T. J. Kamalanabhan, and M. Thenmozhi (2012). Impact of work experiences on perceived organizational support: A study among healthcare professionals, International Management Research Academy, IMRA International Conference, London, UK, May 17-18. Proceedings in CD.

2011

  •       Sumathi, G. N., T. J. Kamalanabhan, and M. Thenmozhi (2011). A study on the impact of human resource practices on organizational citizenship behavior among healthcare professionals. Academy of Human Resource Development, 10th International Conference of the Asia Chapter, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, December 3-4,2011
  • Sumathi, G. N., T. J. Kamalanabhan, and M. Thenmozhi (2011). Perceived organizational support and job performance among medical personnel: a study in Indian public healthcare sector. 7th International Conference on Business, Management and Economics, Turkey, October, 6-8.
  • Sumathi, G. N., T. J. Kamalanabhan, and M. Thenmozhi (2011).  Measuring the performance of health care professionals. 15th International Symposium on Health Information  Management Research, (ISHIMR 2011) organized by University of Sheffield and University Hospital Zurich and University of St. Gallen, Zurich, Switzerland, September 8-9.
  • Elango Janakiraman and M. Thenmozhi (2011) “Effect of Service Quality of Hospitals on Patient satisfaction: A study with specific reference to beneficiaries of Community Based Health Insurance Schemes in India”, 15th International Symposium on Health Information Management Research (ISHIMR 2011) organized by University of Sheffield and University Hospital Zurich and University of St. Gallen,  Zurich, Switzerland, 8-9th September.
  • Kumar, M. and M. Thenmozhi, “Forecasting Stock Index Returns using ARIMA-SVM, ARIMA-ANN, and ARIMA-Random Forest Hybrid Models”, Industrial-Academic Workshop on Optimization in Finance and Risk Management, Oct 3-4,2011, Fields Institute, Toronto, Paper accepted for presentation as Invited speaker at the workshop.
  • Nair, S. K and Thenmozhi. M, “Adaptive Market Hypothesis: Evidence from Indian Bond Market”, presented at the International Journal of Arts and Sciences National Conference for Academic Disciplines, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, March 7-10, 2011.

 

2010

  • Thenmozhi, M.  and S. Priya,  Price Discovery of Gold, Silver and Crude Oil Spot and Futures Markets in Emerging and Developed economies, ASBBS 17th Annual Conference, Las Vegas, 18-21February 2010. Proceedings in CD.

2009

  • Srinivasan Suresh,   Thenmozhi, M., and P. Vijayaraghavan (2009), Effect of Ownership Dynamics on Diversification and Performance Relationship during Institutional Transition: The Indian Experience,  2009 Journal of Corporate Finance conference on Corporate Finance and Governance in Emerging Markets , Guanghua School of Management, Peking University in Beijing, 23rd to 25th August, 2009.

 2008

  • Lawrence Harold, M. Thenmozhi: Information Quality and Banking Success: Evidence from the Indian Banking Industry. International Conference on Information Quality(ICIQ) 2008, MIT. Cambridge, MA. Proceedings, pp. 146-158.

2007   

  • Thenmozhi, M.  and Manish Kumar, A Comparison of Different Hybrid ARIMA - Neural Network Models for Stock Index Return Forecasting and Trading Strategy, 20th Annual Australasian Finance and Banking Conference, Sydney,12-14 December 2007.
  • Suresh, S., Thenmozhi, M. and Vijayaraghavan, P. (2007)  Effect of Ownership Dynamics on Firm Diversity-Performance Relationship. Proceedings of International Conference on Global Academy of Business and Economic Research, Bangkok, Thailand, Dec 27-29, 2007
  • Malhotra, M., Thenmozhi, M. and Arun Kumar, G., “Effect of Bonus Issue Announcement on Stock Returns using Market Model.” International Academy of Business and Economics (IABE- 2007), Annual Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. October 14-17, 2007.  
  • Thenmozhi, M.  and Manish Kumar,(2007),  “Predictability and Trading Efficiency of S&P CNX Nifty Index Returns Using Support Vector Machines and Random Forest Regression”, International Academy of Business and Economics (IABE-2007) Annual Conference, Las Vegas, USA October 14-17.

2006

  • Thenmozhi, M.  and Rakesh Gupta, “Determinants of capital Structure choices in a Liberalised Environment: Evidence from Indian Manufacturing firms”, Australasian Business and Behavioural Sciences Association conference, University of          Adelaide,   Adelaide, Sept.19th to October 1st2006.Proceedings in CD.

2004 

  • Thenmozhi, M.  and Manish Kumar, “Forecasting Index Future Returns Using Neural Network and ARIMA Models”, Financial Engineering and Applications Conference, MIT, Boston, November 8-10th 2004. Proceedings published in CD
  • Thenmozhi, M.  and Sony Thomas, M.  “Dynamic Interactions between Speculative  Activity and Spot Market Volatility in Indian Stock Market”, Financial Engineering and Applications Conference, MIT, Boston, November 8-10th , 2004. Proceedings published in CD.

 

2003

  • Sarma, L.V.L.N., Thenmozhi, M, and S.K. Preeti, “Micro finance Determinants of Non-traditional Debt Financing”, International Conference on Financial Engineering and Applications, IASTED, Banff, Canada, Proceedings, pp.24-33, July 2003.

1998

  • Thenmozhi, M., “Venture capital Financing-strategies for growth”, Fifth Academic Conference 1998, South Asian Management forum, Management of Development: Growth with Equity, Thimpu, Bhutan, April 20-22,1998. Proceedings pp. 135-146.

 National conference papers

S.No.

Author

Title

Year

Conference

1.

Anuja Sethiya and Thenmozhi M

Which type of Blockholder Promoters prefer more Leverage?

July 7-8, 2017.

International Conference on Financial Markets and Corporate Finance (ICFMCF) 2017, IIT Kharagpur, India

2.

Prasadh, S, and Thenmozhi, M.

“Us Versus them": Does religious distance affect Cross-border acquisitions

July 7-8, 2017

International Conference on Corporate Finance and Financial Markets. Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, Kharagpur, India

3.

Thenmozhi,M. and Aghila Sasidharan.

Impact of Excess cash holdings on Related Party Transactions -Evidence from Indian Business Group

July 7-8 ,2017

International Conference on Financial Markets and Corporate Finance(ICFMCF) 2017, IIT Kharagpur, India

4.

Sharon Christina T and M. Thenmozhi

Commodity Transaction Tax (CTT) and Indian Commodity Futures Market Efficiency

July 7-8, 2017

International Conference on Financial Markets and Corporate
Finance (ICFMCF) 2017, IIT Kharagpur, India

5.

Vijayagopal, V. and Thenmozhi M.

The Internationalization of Indian Family Firms - The case of TVS Group of Companies

April 21-23, 2016

Academy of International Business India Chapter Conference, IIM Indore

6.

Thenmozhi.M, Nikhil Varaiya, P.Lakshmi

Evolution of aggregate cash holdings of US firms

April 1 and 2, 2016

DoMS Research Symposium, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, India

7.

Lalita Anand, M. Thenmozhi, Nikhil Varaiya and Saumitra Bhadhuri

Impact of macroeconomic factors on cash holdings: A dynamic panel model

, 12-13, August, 2016

International Conference on Financial Markets and Corporate Finance, Dept. of Management Studies, IIT Madras

8.

Lakshmi, P., Thenmozhi M and Nikhil Varaiya

Determinants of Aggregate Cash Holdings of US Corporate Sector

12-13, August, 2016

International Conference on Financial Markets and Corporate Finance Dept. of Management Studies, IIT Madras

9.

Kayalvizhi.P.N and Thenmozhi.M Kayalvizhi.P.N and Thenmozhi.M Kayalvizhi.P.N and Thenmozhi.M

Synergic impact of technology and exports on FDI

12-13, August, 2016

International Conference on Financial Markets and Corporate Finance ,Dept. of Management Studies, IIT Madras

10.

Shyaam Prasadh R, Thenmozhi M., Narayanan P.C. and Chamu Sundaramurthy

Does corruption affect cross-border acquisitions around the world

12-13, August, 2016

International Conference on Financial Markets and Corporate Finance ,Dept. of Management Studies, IIT Madras

11.

Madhuri Malhotra and M. Thenmozhi

Linkages among corporate governance, intellectual capital efficiency and firm performance: An empirical analysis from emerging market

12-13, August, 2016

International Conference on Financial Markets and Corporate Finance ,Dept. of Management Studies, IIT Madras

12.

Hemamalini and M.Thenmozhi

Comovement of banking stress across emerging and advanced economies

12-13, August, 2016

International Conference on Financial Markets and Corporate Finance, Dept. of Management Studies, IIT Madras,

13.

Narend S and M. Thenmozhi

Do country ETFs induce volatility spill-over in the foreign stock market?: evidence from India ETFs

12-13, August, 2016

International Conference on Financial Markets and Corporate Finance, Dept. of Management Studies, IIT Madras

14.

Shashank Bansal and M. Thenmozhi

Does Controlled Ownership affect Board composition?

12-13, August, 2016

International Conference on Financial Markets and Corporate Finance, Dept. of Management Studies, IIT Madras

15.

Vijayagopal V and M. Thenmozhi

The internationalization of family business – looking for evidence from the Indian stock market

12-13, August, 2016

International Conference on Financial Markets and Corporate Finance, Dept. of Management Studies, IIT Madras

16.

Bansal, S., & Thenmozhi, M.

 

Does Board Composition matter to Institutional Investors?

24th & 25th November 2015.

COSMAR’15, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore

17.

Kayalvizhi, P.N and Thenmozhi M

Impact of Country Governance on FDI – A conceptual Framework

April 1 and 2, 2015

DoMS Research Symposium, Indian Institute of Technology Madras

18.

Srinivasan, N and Thenmozhi, M.

Determinants of WTI oil price: A Markov Regime Switching approach.

March 14-15, 2014

DoMS Symposium, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras

19.

Narend, S and Thenmozhi, M Narend, S and Thenmozhi, M

Performance and Price Discovery of Gold Exchange Traded Funds.

November 15-16, 2013

COSMAR, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore

20.

Maurya, Shipra and Thenmozhi, M

Contagion Effect between Crude oil and Food prices in India

Dec. 11-13, 2013

International Conference on Business Analytics and Intelligence, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore

21.

Abhijeet Chandra and M. Thenmozhi

Investor Sentiment, Volatility and Stock Returns Comovements

Dec. 17-19, 2013

India Finance Conference 2013, IIM Ahmedabad,

22.

Narayanan, P. C., Thenmozhi M. and Chamu Sundaramurthy

Corruption Index and Cross border acquistions: An emerging market perspective

15-17th, April

2013

The Academy of International Business India Conference, IIM-Bangalore

23.

Lalita Anand, Thenmozhi M. and Nikhil Varaiya

Corporate Governance and Firm’s Cash holdings: Evidence from India

Dec. 2012

CMC XI Capital Markets Conference

24.

Abhijeet Chandra and Thenmozhi M.

Liquidity in currency options market in India

Dec. 2012

CMC XI Capital Markets Conference

25.

Lawerence Harold and Thenmozhi M.

Development of a measurement instrument for evaluating information technology investment success in financial services sector

Dec. 21-23,

2011

India Finance Conference, IIM Bangalore

26.

Manish Kumar and Thenmozhi M.

Causal effect of volume on stock returns and conditional volatility in developed and emerging markets

Dec. 21-23,

2011

India Finance Conference, IIM Bangalore

27.

Nachiketa Misra and Thenmozhi M.

Price leadership of stock futures and spot market: A market condition based analysis using intraday data

Dec. 21-23,

2011

India Finance Conference, IIM Bangalore

28.

Karthika S. Nair and Thenmozhi M.

Effect of macroeconomic variables on bond index return and conditional volatility: Evidence from emerging and developed markets

Dec. 21-23,

2011

India Finance Conference, IIM Bangalore

29.

Sumathi, G. N., T. J. Kamalanabhan and Thenmozhi M.

Improving PHC performance: the key to meet Millennium Development Goals

March 3-4,

2011

X development convention 2011 and doctoral colloquium on Millennium Development Goals: performance, prospects and challenges for South India, Hyderabad

30.

Malhotra, M., Thenmozhi M. and Arun Kumar, G.

Evidence of Changes in Time Varying Volatility around Bonus and Rights Issue Announcements

18–20 February, 2011

International Conference on Practice and Research in Management 2011, at Dayalbagh Educational Institute (Deemed University), Agra

31.

Sujay Prasad Srivastava and Thenmozhi M.

A Study of Market Efficiency of Stock Markets in Emerging and Developed Economies

January

1-4,

2011

Eighth AIMS International Conference on Management, Management Education in 2020: Issues, Challenges, and Opportunities, Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad

32.

Manish Kumar and Thenmozhi M.

Stock Index Return Forecasting and Trading Strategy Using Hybrid ARIMA-Neural Network Model

26-28 December 2007

International Conference on Emerging Financial Markets, PSG Institute of Management, Coimbatore

33.

Malhotra, M., Thenmozhi M. and Arun Kumar, G.

Stock Market Reaction and Liquidity Changes Around Bonus Issue Announcement: Evidence from India

Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=962830

19 December, 2007

Tenth Indian Institute of Capital Markets Conference

 

34.

Thenmozhi M. and Priya, S

Price Discovery In Commodity Markets: A Study of Indian Gold Market

26-28 December 2007

1st International Conference on Emerging Financial Markets, PSG Institute of Management, Coimbatore

35.

Thenmozhi M. and Manish Kumar

Support Vector Machine Approach to Predict the S&P CNX NIFTY Index Returns

 

http://ssrn.com/abstract=962833

December 2006

10th Indian Capital Market Conference, Indian Institute of Capital Market

36.

Thenmozhi M. and Manish Kumar

A Comparison Study of Selected Training Algorithms for Neural Networks to Financial Time Series Prediction

August 2006

7th International Conference on Operations and Quantitative Management, Jaipur

37.

Thenmozhi M. and Manish Kumar

Forecasting Stock Index Movement: “A Comparison of Support vector Machines and Random Forest

http://ssrn.com/abstract=876544

 

December 2005

Nineth Indian Capital Market Conference, Indian Institute of Capital Markets, Mumbai

38.

Thenmozhi M., Srinivasan Suresh and P. Vijayaraghavan

Stock Market Reaction to Corporate Strategic Decisions

December 2005

Nineth Indian Capital Market Conference, Indian Institute of Capital Markets, Mumbai

39.

Thenmozhi M. and Radha S

Forecasting Short Term Interest Rates using ARMA, ARMA-GARCH and ARMA-EGARCH models

December 2005

Nineth Indian Capital Market Conference, Indian Institute of Capital Markets, Mumbai

40.

Thenmozhi M. and Manish Kumar

Static and Dynamic Neural Network in Forecasting Exchange Rate Returns

March, 2005

Conference on Finance and accounting, IIM Lucknow

41.

Thenmozhi M. and Manish Kumar

Stock Index return Forecasting and Trading Strategy using Hybrid ARIMA-Neural Network Model

July, 2005

 

Second Conference on Research on Indian Financial System, ICICI Research, & GIM, Goa

42.

Thenmozhi M. and Manish Kumar

A Comparison of Different Hybrid ARIMA and Neural
Network Models for Stock Index Return Forecasting and Trading Strategy

August, 2005

International
Conference on Operations and Quantitative Management, IIM Indore

43.

Thenmozhi M., G. Arun Kumar and R. Haripriya

Impact of Event on the Performance of ADR
listed Companies

August, 2005

International Conference on Operations and Quantitative Management, IIM
Indore

44.

Thenmozhi M. and Sony Thomas, M

Dynamic Interactions and Causal Relationship among Spot
Market Volatility, Open Interest, Volume and Arbitrage: Evidence from Indian Futures Market

Jan. 2005

International Conference 2005 on Emerging Securities Market: Challenges and Prospects, SEBI
and ICFAI

45.

Lawrence Harold and Thenmozhi M.

Evaluation of Information Technology Investments –
Methods and approaches in Banking Industry

7th-8th January, 2005

International Conference of Banking and
Insurance
, Birla Institute of Management Technology, New Delhi & Philadelphia University,
USA

46.

Thenmozhi M. and Radha S

Short-term interest rates and Macroeconomic variables: An OLS model

26th –27th December 2004

Second International Conference on Business and Finance, ICFAI, Hyderabad

47.

Thenmozhi M. and Radha S

Modeling and Forecasting Short-term Interest rates: A Literature Survey

19th -20th November 2004

Third National Conference on Business Research, PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore

48.

Thenmozhi M. and Madhuri Malhotra

Structure and Operations of Indian Debt Market: Critical Issues for Development

19th -20th November 2004

Third National Conference on Business Research, PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore

49.

Thenmozhi M. and Radha S

Long-run relationship between interest rates and inflation: An Error Correction Model

http://ssrn.com/abstract=876556

20th –21st December 2004

Eighth Capital Markets Conference, IICM Mumbai –

50.

Thenmozhi M. and Radha S

Forecasting TB Yield Using ARIMA Model

26th –27th November 2004

First National Conference on Finance and Economics, ICFAI Bangalore

51.

Thenmozhi M. and Sony Thomas, M

Dynamic Interactions between Hedging Activity and Spot Market Volatility in Indian Stock Market

July 17-18, 2004

Research on India’s Financial System, NSE, GIM, Goa

52.

Thenmozhi M. and M. Sony Thomas

Impact of Index Derivatives on S&P CNX Nifty Volatility: Information Efficiency and Expiration Effects

December 2003

International Conference on Business and Finance, ICFAI, Hyderabad and Philadelphia University

53.

Manish Kumar, Thenmozhi M. and C Rajendran

Forecasting Daily Returns of Exchange Rates Using Artificial Neural Network and ARIMA model

December 2003

International Conference on Business and Finance, ICFAI, Hyderabad and Philadelphia University

54.

Sarma,L.V.L.N., Thenmozhi M. and Preeti S.K.

Effect of Non-Traditional Debt on Financial Risk: Evidence from Indian Manufacturing Firms

 

 

December 2003

International Conference on Business and Finance, ICFAI, Hyderabad and Philadelphia University

55.

Thenmozhi M. and Sony Thomas, M.

Expiration Day Effects of Stock Index Derivatives: Evidence from Indian Stock Market

Dec. 18-19, 2003

Seventh Annual Capital Markets Conference- 2003, UTI, Mumbai

56.

Thenmozhi M. and Rakesh Gupta (M.B.A student)

Determinants of Capital Structure Choices of Indian Manufacturing Firms in the last decade of Liberalisation

Dec. 18-19, 2003

Seventh Annual Capital Markets Conference- 2003, UTI, Mumbai

57.

Thenmozhi M., C. Rajendran and Manish Kumar

Neural returns based forecasting of the daily returns of Exchange Rate

Dec. 18-19, 2003

Seventh Annual Capital Markets Conference- 2003, UTI, Mumbai

58.

Thenmozhi M. and Sony Thomas, M

Applications of Heteroscedastic Modeling in Finance

Nov. 2002

National Seminar on Business Research Methods, PSG School of Management, Coimbatore

59.

Thenmozhi M. and Kishore Kumar, R.

Predictability of BSE Returns using Neural Networks: An exploratory study

Aug. 12-14, 2001

International Conference on Industrial Mathematics, IIT Madras

 

60.

Thenmozhi M.

Knowledge Management in Knowledge Based Industries

December, 2001

National Seminar on Management Practices in Knowledge Based Industries, NISIET, Hyderabad

61.

Thenmozhi M. and Kishore Kumar R.

Implications of WTO on the Indian Banking Sector

Aug. 25-27,

2001

AIMS Annual Convention: WTO and Competitiveness- Challenges of Indian Business and Management Education,

Excel Books, 2001, pp.328-339

62.

Thenmozhi M.

Critical Success National Seminar on Funding Options for Long Gestation Projects Factors for private sector Financing of Road Sector Projects

July, 27, 2001

NISIET, Hyderabad

63.

Thenmozhi M.

Private Sector Financing for Infrastructure projects: Issues and Challenges - with particular reference to Transport Sector

March 23-25, 2000

South Asian Management Forum 2000: Opportunities and Challenges for Management Development, Poona

64.

Thenmozhi M.

Market Value Added and Share price Behaviour: An Empirical Study of BSE Sensex Companies

January 8-10, 2000

International Conference on International Business: Challenges and Perspectives, Delhi

65.

Thenmozhi M. and Shanthi, R.

EDI Applications in Financial Markets

January 3-6, 2000

 

Second International Conference on Business and Management, Ahmedabad [Conference Proceedings, McGrawHill, New Delhi, pp.196-203]

66.

Karthikeyan, G. and

Thenmozhi M.

TQM Practices of Service Providers in India: A Case Study

December 28-29, 1999

 

International Workshop on ‘Management of Intangibles', National Institute of Science, Technology and Development, New Delhi

 

67.

Thenmozhi M.

Electronic Commerce and Integrated Supply Chain Management

November

1999

XXII Annual Convention 1999 - Supply Chain Management, Indian Institute of Materials management, Hyderabad

68.

Thenmozhi M.

Economic value added as a measure of Corporate Performance

October 28-30, 1999

53rd All India Commerce Conference, Aurangabad

69.

Thenmozhi M.

International trade: Emerging issues

18-19,

September, 1999

Seminar on " Managing Foreign trade: Directions for the next Millenium" Chennai

70.

Thenmozhi M.

Effective Corporate Response to Liberalisation

13-14, March,

1999

National Conference on Surviving Success through Liberalisation, Coimbatore

71.

Thenmozhi M.

Chaos and Non-linear Dynamics: Application to Indian Stock Market

Dec 9-11,

1999

International Conference on Mathematical Modeling of Nonlinear Systems

72.

Thenmozhi M.

Technology Based Teaching Pedagogy

18-20, November 1998

National Seminar on Better World Environment through engineering, education and management, TTTI, Chennai

 

 

73.

Thenmozhi M.

Information Technology Based Management Learning

March 25-26,

1998

National Seminar on Recent Trends in Information technology and Its Impact on Business Management, Anna University, Chennai

74.

Thenmozhi M.

Innovations in Technology Financing

December 21-24, 1997

International Conference on Management of Technology, IIT, New Delhi

75.

Thenmozhi M.

Critical Issues in Debt Securitisation in India

January 4-5, 1997

Third International Accounting Conference on Accounting in a Changing Perspective, Calcutta

76.

Thenmozhi M.

Barun Chemicals – The Growth Dilemma

August 29-31,

1997

AIMS Annual Management Convention, Poona

77.

Thenmozhi M.

Disinvestment of Public Enterprises – The Pricing Issue

November 23-24, 1996

National Seminar on Issues in Privatisation, Foreign Investment & Disinvestment in Public Sector Undertakings, Velur

78.

Thenmozhi M.

Competitive Structural Analysis of Merchant Banking Industry

August 20-21, 1996

AIMS Annual Management Convention, Chennai

79.

Thenmozhi M.

The Changing Debt Market Scenario

December 29-31,1994

48th All India Commerce Conference, Kakatiya University, Warangal

80.

Thenmozhi M.

Indian Capital Market – Trends and Challenges Ahead

March 24-25, 1994

National Seminar on Economic Liberalisation and Industry, Utkal University, Bhubaneshwar

81.

Thenmozhi M.

Privatisation of Public Enterprises – In the Indian Context

June 22-26, 1992

National Research Development Workshop, Bombay

82.

Thenmozhi M.

Organisational Relationships and Productivity in Public Enterprises

 

 

 

December 6-8, 1990

National Seminar on Employment and Productivity: Through People, Technology and Change, Calicut

83.

Thenmozhi M.

The Privatisation Issue in the Government – Public Enterprise Interface

March 22-23,

1989

Seminar on Privatisation of Public Enterprises: Issues and Policies, Pondicherry

84.

Thenmozhi M.

Organisational Climate, Job Satisfaction

February 1988

Seminar on Organisational Climate, Vellore

85.

Thenmozhi M.

Performance Indicators for State Financial Institutions

March 1987

Seminar on Entrepreneurial Development and Development Banking, Madras

Skill Development Programmes and Projects

Skill development programmes for Corproates (Recent ones):

 
  S.No

Project

Organisation

Coordinators

Period

1

Executive Programme in Business administration

GMMCO and others

Co-coordinator

Coordinator:

T.J.Kamalanabhan

July 2018-July 2019

2

Executive Programme in Business administration

GMMCO and others

Co-coordinator

Coordinator:

T.J.Kamalanabhan

July 2016-July 2018

3

Executive Programme in Business administration

GMMCO and others

Coordinator

Co-coordinator:

T.J.Kamalanabhan

 

July 2015-July 2017

4

Executive Programme in Business administration

GMMCO and others

Co-coordinator

Coordinator:

T.J.Kamalanabhan

July 2014-July 2016

5

Management and Leadership Development Programme

NTPC, Vallur

Co-coordinator

Coordinator:

T.J.Kamalanabhan

2-11 November, 2016

6

General Management

NTPC, Vallur

Co-coordinator

Coordinator:

T.J.Kamalanabhan

May 9-14, 2016,

7

Supervisory Development Programme

L&T Chennai

Coordinator

Co-coordinator:

T.J.Kamalanabhan

12-17 Oct., 2015

8

Supervisory Development Programme

L&T Chennai

Coordinator

Co-coordinator:

T.J.Kamalanabhan

9-14 Feb., 2015

9

Supervisory Development Programme

L&T Chennai

Co-coordinator

Coordinator:

T.J.Kamalanabhan

18-23, Nov., 2015

10

Supervisory Development Programme

L&T Chennai

Co-coordinator

Coordinator:

T.J.Kamalanabhan

14-19 Mar., 2016

 

Sponsored Research Projects (Selective List) 

  • ICAI Accounting Research Foundation (ARF)  : Financial Risk Governance structure in India - 2012-13. Co-coordinator: P.Krishna Prasanna
  • HUDCO Project : Study and evaluation of nonperforming assets of HUDCO – 2012-13. Co-coordinator: P.Krishna Prasanna.
  • India VIX and Risk Management,  National Stock Exchange of India, Dec.2012-April, 2013 .Co-coordinator: Abhijeet Chandra.
  • India VIX- Users Perspective, National Stock Exchange of India, Mar- July, 2013.
  • Research Sabbatical Project- Tata Consultancy Services - Risk Management- Crude Oil and Forward Rate forecasting.
  • San Diego State University, San Diego “Corporate liquidity and Flow of funds”, Joint research project with Prof. Nikhil P . Varaiya, Professor in Finance, Department of Business administration, SDSU, San Diego.  Feb. 2011.
  • National stock exchange Research project on  Dynamic Interaction among Mutual Fund Flows, Stock Market Return and Volatility,  NSE Research Initiative Paper No.50.
  • National Stock Exchange, Mumbai March 2009. see http://www.nseindia.com –research – working paper no.50 Co-investigator – Manish Kumar

Gallery

Received the National Award for developing the best manufacturing policy draft for
India from the former Prime Minister Shri. Atal Bihari Vajpayee at the National Manufacturing Sector Policy Competition in 2003

 

Executive Programme in Business Administration, (Batch 2014 - 2016)

Inaugral ceremony of ICFMCF 2017

Inaugral ceremony of ICFMCF 2016

 

Project leadership and Managerial development programme 2017 for L&T

Seminar on Liquidity and Asset Prices by Prof. Yakov Amihud, Ira Rennert Professor of Enterpreneurial Finance,

Leonard N. Sterm School of Business, NYU.

Workshop on Business Groups and Governance in Emerging Markets by Prof. Radhakrishnan Gopalan, Olin Business School,

Washington University in St. Louis.

 

 


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