Prof. Shalini Kalra Sahi
MBE (University of Delhi), M.Phil (Business Economics)- University of Delhi, Fellow (FPM- Doctoral Level), MDI Gurgaon, NET Certified by the University Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi
Experience: 5 Years plus
Background & Experience
She has more than five years of teaching experience. She has taught at Department of Business Economics, University of Delhi, New Delhi and was a Faculty Member at ICFAI Business School, Gurgaon. She has also taken Guest lecture for executive level course conducted by IIT, Mumbai and is NET Certified by the University Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi.
Areas of Interest & Teaching
Behavioural Finance- Micro, Financial Decision Making, Investment Management, Financial Accounting, Corporate Finance
- Shalini Kalra Sahi, (2013) "Demographic and socio-economic determinants of financial satisfaction: A study of SEC-A segment of individual investors in India", International Journal of Social Economics, Vol. 40 Iss: 2, pp.127 – 150
- Vinay Kumar Dutta and Shalini Kalra Sahi.(2013) ‘Meaning, values and attitudes regarding money – an insight into the minds of very senior executives and leading entrepreneurs of India’, International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp.127–149.
- Shalini Kalra Sahi, (2012) "Neurofinance and investment behaviour", Studies in Economics and Finance, Vol. 29 Iss: 4, pp.246 – 267
- Shalini Kalra Sahi, Ashok Pratap Arora, (2012),"Individual investor biases: a segmentation analysis", Qualitative Research in Financial Markets, Vol. 4 Issue: 1 pp. 6 – 25
- Shalini Kalra Sahi, Nand Dhameja, Ashok Pratap Arora, (2012), "Predictors of Preference for financial investment products using CART analysis", Journal of Indian Business Research, Vol. 4 Issue: 1 pp. 61 – 86
- Shalini Kalra Sahi, Sanjay Dhameja ( 2010). Sona Koyo Steering Systems Ltd.: Impact of Quality Improvement on Organizational Performance ( A case study), Gitam Journal of Management, Vol.8, No.3, July-Sept, pp 253-270
- Shalini Kalra Sahi (2009) ‘Financial literacy education for the Indian consumer: the road to economic development’, International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management, Vol. 2, No.5, pp.493-518