Dr. Vandana Bhama

Dr. Vandana Bhama

Educational Qualifications
Ph.D. (Finance)
MBA (Finance)
UGC-NET (Management)
B.Com. (Hons)
Dr. Vandana Bhama has a teaching experience of more than 3 years in subjects related to Financial Management, Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting and Financial Institutions and Services. Her research interest areas are Corporate Finance, Banking and Capital Markets.

She has published her research work in Journals of international and national repute. She got her thesis work to fruition in some leading journals like International Journal of Managerial Finance (Emerald Publications and ABDC ‘B’ rating), Procedia Economics and Finance (Elsevier), Vision – The Journal of business perspective (Sage Publications), The IUP Journal of Applied Finance and a Book chapter in McGraw Hill Publications. Along with this, she has presented her research work in international (Fourth Economics and Finance Conference, London, UK) and national conferences (Fourth India Finance Conference, IIM Bangalore etc). She has also developed a few cases on Financial Analysis of Firms, Incremental Analysis etc. She has been awarded scholarships and certificates for securing high positions in her academic background.

Research Interests
Corporate Finance, Non-performing Assets, Equity Markets, Micro Finance Institutions

Teaching Interests
Managerial Accounting, Corporate Finance, Financial Services, Security Analysis and Portfolio Management

Research Publications
Bhama, V. (2017). Firms’ preference for debt issue and redemption in deficit and surplus conditions: Evidence from China. International Journal of Management Research and Business Strategy, Vol. 6 (1), pp. 237-241.

Bhama, V., Jain P.K. and Yadav, S.S. (2017). Pecking order among select industries from India and China. Vision – The Journal of Business Perspective, Vol. 21 (1), pp. 63-75. (Sage publications)

Bhama.V., Jain P.K. and Yadav, S.S. (2016). Testing the pecking order theory of deficit and surplus firms: Indian evidence. International Journal of Managerial Finance, Vol. 12 (3), pp. 335-350 (Emerald).

Bhama.V., Jain P.K. and Yadav, S.S. (2015). Does firms’ pecking order vary during large deficits and surpluses? An empirical study on emerging economies. Procedia Economics and Finance, Vol. 30, pp. 155-163 (Elsevier) (This paper was also presented in 4th Economics & Finance Conference, London, UK, August 25-28, 2015).

Bhama, V., Jain P.K. and Yadav, S.S. (2016). Firms’ financing decisions in deficit and surplus situations- a survey based evidence from India. The IUP Journal of Applied Finance (Accepted for publication).

Book Publication
Bhama.V., Jain P.K. and Yadav, S.S. (2017). Debt issues and redemption in deficit and surplus conditions: Evidences from Indian firms, Book Chapter in “Financial System Reforms & Economic Growth: Issues and Challenges” Published by Mc Graw Hill Education, New Delhi.

Conference Paper
Bhama, V., Jain P.K. and Yadav, S.S. (2014). "Testing the Pecking Order Theory of Indian Firms: Do the Deficit and Surplus Sizes Matter?” Paper presented in Fourth India Finance Conference at Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Bangalore from December 17-19, 2014.

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