Money, Banking and Finance 2017

Money, Banking and Finance 2017
Using data for 518 seasoned equity offerings during 2003 to 2015, it is argued that equity market performance of SEOs declines significantly post issue, compared to peer firms. This is particularly...
Analytical issues have arisen in the conduct of flexible inflation targeting as the framework of monetary policy, adopted formally by India in 2016, despite the noticeable downward drift in the...
A near-unprecedented turn to negative interest rates to trigger a recovery has characterised the monetary policy in several developed countries and in Europe. This is the result of a shift away from...
The transmission of global demand, oil supply and monetary policy shocks on the Indian economy are empirically examined using a parsimonious structural vector autoregression model for the period 1996...
An inadvertent consequence of asset quality review by the Reserve Bank of India is that it portrayed public sector banks as inefficient managers of the burgeoning non-performing asset crisis relative...
Utilising household-level data, this paper investigates the impact of Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme on financial inclusion. Exploiting the staggered timing of the roll-out...
Growing non-performing assets is a recurrent problem in the Indian banking sector. Over the past two decades, there have been two such episodes when the banking sector was severely impaired by...
This paper overviews the issues of non-performing assets held by banks; slowdown in credit growth; corporate debt; absence of modern risk-based approaches to management and regulation; the poor...
In spite of their distinct organisational structure and banking philosophy based on mutuality, there is scant evidence on efficiency of cooperative banks. The efficiency of district central...

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