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Prof. Gagan Sharma

Prof. Gagan Sharma

PhD (pursuing),  University of Delhi; Master of Finance and Control, Department of Financial Studies, University of Delhi ; B.A.(Hons.) History, Hansraj College, University of Delhi


Contact: 011-46485594

Total Years of Experience

7.5 Years

Brief description of Experience

He has worked for over 3 years at Hewlett Packard Global Analytics in as business consultant for Personal Systems Group division. Earlier he has also worked as an associate Technical Analyst for Indian financial markets, within the equity domain. He has presented his research papers at many prestigious domestic finance conferences and his papers have also been shortlisted at global conferences. He has also worked on research consulting projects for corporates and other institutions like Alpha Capital, Agriwatch, YStart Innovation Labs among others. He has conducted student trainings and workshops on Technical Analysis (NSE Certified Capital Market Professional Programme) and entrepreneurship.

Research Interest Areas

Asset Pricing, Investment Strategy, Financial Derivatives, Financial Market Integration, Corporate Finance

Consulting Interest Areas

Investment strategy, Asset Pricing, Financial Modelling

Selected Publications
  1. Subramaniam, S., Sehgal, S., & Sharma, G. (2017). Profitability of style based investment strategies: Evidence from India. Asian Journal of Finance & Accounting, 9 (2),1-27.
  2. Sharma, G., Kayal, P., and Pandey, P. (2018). Information Linkages amongst BRICS countries: Empirical Evidence from Implied Volatility Indices. Paper accepted for publication in Journal of Emerging Market Finance, Sage Journal
  3. Sharma, G., Subramaniam, S., and Sehgal, S. (2018). Are Prominent Equity Market Anomalies In India Fading Away?. Paper accepted for publication in Global Business Review, IMI, Sage Journal

Executive Education/MDPs

FORE School of Management has been designing, developing and conducting innovative Executive Education (EE)/ Management Development Programmes (MDPs) for working executives in India for over three decades.