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Prof. Piyush Pandey

PhD (Finance), Dept. of Financial Studies, Delhi University; Masters of Finance & Control (MFC), Delhi University; B.Tech. (Computer Engineering), Guru Gobind Singh IP University, New Delhi

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Total Years of Experience : 6 Years
Brief description of Experience :

Piyush Pandey has worked for 2 years in UBS ISC (now acquired by Cognizant Technology Solutions) in Equity Research and Fixed Income Structuring roles. He had qualified the UGC NET exam and was awarded JRF in management to pursue doctoral research. During his doctoral programme, he had the privilege to present his research papers in many prestigious international and domestic finance conferences. He has published his research work in peer reviewed economics and finance journals of international repute (affiliated to Springer, Elsevier, Emerald). He was also actively involved in corporate consulting having consulted JLLSFG on a real estate finance project and a wealth management firm on profitable investment strategies. He worked as a Senior Research Fellow on an ICSSR, Govt. of India, sponsored major research project entitled "Financial Integration in the South Asian region- An Empirical Study". 

Research Interest Areas :

Financial Derivatives, International Finance, Market Microstructure and Asset Pricing

Consulting Interest Areas :

Investment Management, Financial Modelling and Banking.

Selected Publications :

1. Pandey, P., & Sehgal, S. (2018). Dynamic currency linkages and its determinants: An empirical study for East Asian Economic Community Region. Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, Issue 54 (7), 1538-1556. (Index- ABDC- B)

2. Sehgal, S., Pandey, P., & Diesting, F. (2018). Time varying integration amongst the South Asian equity markets: An empirical Study. Cogent Economics & Finance,6 (1). (Index- ABDC- B)

3. Sehgal, S., Pandey, P., & Diesting, F. (2017). Examining dynamic currency linkages amongst South Asian Economies: An Empirical Study. Research in International Business and Finance, 42, 173-190.  (Index- ABDC- B)

4. Narain, Nigam, N., & Pandey, P. (2016). Behaviour and determinants of implied volatility in Indian market. Journal of Advances in Management Research, 13 (3), 271-291.  Awarded Highly Commended paper in the 2017 Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence.

5. Sehgal, S., Pandey, P., & Diesting, F. (2015). Information transmission between NSE50 Spot and derivative platforms in India: An empirical study. Journal of Quantitative Economics, 13 (2), 215-235. (Index- ABDC- B)

6. Sehgal, S., Upreti, M., Pandey, P., & Bhatia, A. (2015). Real estate investment selection and empirical analysis of property prices: Study of select residential projects for Gurgaon, India. International Real Estate Review, 18 (4), 523-566. (Index- ABDC- C)

7. Pandey, P., & Sehgal, S. (2017). Investor sentiment and its role in asset pricing: An empirical study for India.  Accepted for publication in IIMB Management Review. (Index- ABDC- B)

8. Sehgal, S., Pandey, P & Diesting, F. (2017). Stock market integration dynamics and its determinants in the East Asian Economic Community region. Accepted for publication in Journal of Quantitative Economics, 1-37. (Index- ABDC- B)

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