Monika  Chopra

Specialization
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Finance and Accounting
Designation
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Associate Professor
Email
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[email protected]

Monika  Chopra

Phd., CFA

Monika  Chopra

Monika Chopra is a CFA from CFA institute USA. She has done PhD in Finance from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi and M.B.A (Finance) with distinction from Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar. Previously, she was associated as a faculty at Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management, New Delhi and has a total teaching Experience of 15 years. She is also a regular member of CFA institute and volunteer in the core committee of CFA institute research challenge in India. Several of her cases have been published at Harvard and ET cases. She has written various research papers which have been published in national and international journals. She is also a co-author two books viz. “Financial Markets, Institutions and services” and an edited book on “Indian Capital Market: An Empirical Study.”

She has conducted various workshops on Finance for Non Finance Executives and various MDPs on Issues like Business Valuation as well as organized series of National Conferences on Indian Capital Markets. Her teaching interests include, Security Analysis, Portfolio Management, Corporate Finance, Business Valuation & Financial Analysis.

Monika  Chopra

  • Chopra Monika & Mehta Chhavi (2021) Is the COVID-19 pandemic more contagious for the Asian stock markets? A  comparison with the Asian financial, the US subprime and the Eurozone debt crisis, Journal of Asian Economics, WOS &  Scopus (Impact factor 2.159) , ABDC B, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.asieco.2022.101450.
  • Pathak Deepti & Chopra Monika (2021) Factors Determining CEO Compensation in an Emerging Economy: Evidence from India, Indian Journal of Finance 15(4) 8-22, Scopus Indexed (cite score 1.3), ABDC “C”, DOI : https://doi.org/10.17010/ijf/2021/v15i4/158669
  • Chopra Monika & R. Saldi (2019) Are Stock Returns Persistent? Study on Asian Stock Exchanges, Afro-Asian J. Finance and Accounting, 9(2) 141-166, Scopus Indexed ABDC “C”. https://doi.org/10.1504/AAJFA.2019.099497
  • Chopra Monika & R. Saldi (2019): Insurance Development and Economic Growth: Evidence from India, Indian Journal of Finance, Scopus Indexed March 13(3) 36-51. https://doi.org/10.17010/ijf/2019/v13i3/142268 ; Working paper form accepted for presentation at PAN IIM conference at IIM-A, December 2016.
  • Chopra Monika, C. Mehta & A. Srivastava (2018) Inflation Linked Bonds as a Separate Assets Class: Evidence from Emerging and Developed Markets, Global Business Review, 22 (1) ABDC “C” , Scopus & WOS indexed. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0972150918807015.
  • Chopra Monika & A. Miglani (2018) Do Stock markets acceptably reflect earnings manipulation? Analysis of Indian manufacturing firms. Decision, 45(3), 271-280 WOS indexed.
  • https://doi.org/10.1007/s40622-018-0191-y
  • Chopra Monika (2018): Analysis spillover of return and asymmetric spillover of volatility between Nifty and India VIX, accepted for publication South Asian Journal of Management (ABDC “C”), 25(2), 90-116.
  • Chopra Monika & R. Saldi (2018) Price Discovery and Volatility Spillover between Interest Rate Cash and Futures market in India: Pranjana: The Journal of Management Awareness, Vol 21 No 2 Jul-Dec, 2018. ICI indexed. Working paper form accepted for presentation at PAN IIT conference at IIT-Kanpur in July 2018
  • Purohit Harsh, Chopra Monika & Chaddha Priyanka Corporate Governance and Firm Characteristics (2016) International Journal of Innovative Research in Engineering & Management (IJIREM)Volume-03,Issue03,May-2016 http://www.ijirem.org/IJIREM/Arch.aspx?rep=12
  • Purohit Harsh, Chopra Monika & Chaddha Priyanka; Impact of Corporate Governance on Capital Structure: Evidence from BSE Sensex companies -GE-International Journal of Management Research(2016) Vol. 4, Issue 5, May 2016 ; IF- 4.88 ISSN: (2321-1709) © Associated Asia; http://www.aarf.asia/geer.php
  • Chopra Monika & Mittal Sanjiv (April 2014); A Study of Long run performance of Initial Public Offerings: Evidence from India; MAIMS Journal of Management, Volume 9, Number 1, ISSN 22490116
  • Chopra Monika (2013); A Study of Information Content of Initial Returns and Long Run Performance of Initial Public Offerings: Evidence from India (2013) Edited book on Indian Capital Market: An Empirical Study; ISBN: 9788131427965
  • Mittal Sanjiv, Chopra Monika & Paliwal Pallavi (2013) Linkages between Financial Leverage, Dividend Policy and value of firms: A comparison between Manufacturing and NonManufacturing firms in India. (July-December 2013) BVIMR Management Edge, Vol. 6, No. 2
  • Chopra Monika & Singh Deeksha (2012); Impact of Merger & Acquisition on Productivity of Indian Banks; Conference proceedings, Sixth National Conference on Indian Capital Markets Emerging Issues, IBS - Gurgaon
  • Chopra Monika & Singh Deeksha (2010) A Comparative Analysis of Portfolio Selection Techniques: Evaluation of Individual Valuation Models and Multi - Index Model; Indian Capital Market: Emerging Issues, Edited Book by ICFAI University Press; ISBN: 978-81-314-2620-3
  • Mittal Sanjiv, Chopra Monika (2010); A Study of Dividend Payer and Non-Payer firms in India: impact of Investment opportunities, Growth, Cost of Equity and Ownership Structure; Delhi Business Review, Vol. 7. No. 2, July-December 2006
  • Mittal Sanjiv, Chopra Monika (2006); Distribution Factors affecting dividend policy: A statistical study of selected Multinational Corporations in India; DIAS Technology Review, April-September, Vol.3 No.1 pg. 46-56, ISSN 0972-9658
  • Gupta N.K., Chopra Monika (2005) Testing Indian Stock Market Efficiency through Study of Bonus Issues; MAIMS Journal of Management; Volume 1, Number 1
  • Case Studies and Teaching Notes:
  • Sanjay Dhamija & Monika Chopra (2020), Capital Float: Navigating Through Turbulent , The Case Center, Reference no. 120-0117, Publication Date: 29/10/2020
  • Chhavi Mehta & Monika Chopra (2018) Bajaj Consumer Care Ltd: Discounted Cash Flow Valuation; Ivey Business Publishing; Ivey Business School at Western University. Product number:9B20N009, Publication Date: 03/19/2020
  • Chopra Monika & Gupta Umang; (2016): Talbros Automotive Components Limited: Relative Valuation; Ivey Business Publishing; Ivey Business School at Western University. Product Number: 9B16N054, Date of Publication: 09/08/2016 available at Harvard Business Publishing: https://hbsp.harvard.edu/product/W16542-PDF-ENG?itemFindingMethod=Other
  • Chopra Monika & Singh Manisha (2016); Case: Capital Structure Dilemma at SRM Infrastructure Ltd: ICMR; IBS Centre For Management Research: http://www.ibscdc.org/Case_Studies/Finance,%20Accounting%20and%20Control/Finance/FCF0 022.htm
  • Chopra Monika & Singh Manisha (2016); Case: Feasibility Study: Case of a Biomass Project; published by ET Cases: FIN-1-0035

Books:

  • Co-authored a book on ‘Financial Markets & Institutions’ with Dr. N K Gupta, Reader from Ramjas College, Delhi University; Published by Ane Book House; ISBN: 978-93-8015-660-6
  • Co-edited a book on ‘Indian Capital Market: An Empirical Study’; published by ICFAI University Press; O P Gupta, Monika Chopra, Bhavna Chhabra: ISBN: 9788131427965
  • Co-edited a book on ‘Financial System Reforms and Economic Growth: Issues & Challenges; published by Mc Graw Hill Education; Alok Pandey, G L Sharma, Monika Chopra: ISBN-13: 97893-5260-493-7, ISBN -10: 93-5260-493-8 

 

Monika  Chopra

  • Chopra Monika & R. Saldi (2018); Bitcoin: Study of Persistence & hedging effectiveness, Submitted for presentation at PAN-IIM conference at IIM Bangalore.
  • Managing Change in Evolving Economic Scenario: MDI Gurgaon: 5-6th December 2017, Presented a paper titled, "Long Memory Effect across Asian Stock Markets"
  • India Finance Conference: IIM Bangalore, December 20-22, 2017, presented a paper titled, "Do Earnings Quality Make Stocks Winners or Losers? Study of Indian Manufacturing Firms”
  • Insurance Development and Economic Growth: Evidence from India (2017), Presented at National Conference on Indian Economy: Issues and Challenges, hosted by Master of Business Economics (MBE), 28th February 2017; University of Delhi.
  • A Study of Information Content of Initial Returns and Long Run Performance of Initial Public Offerings: Evidence from India; Seventh National conference on Capital Markets at IBS Gurgaon - 2013 and was conferred with the best paper award
  • Impact of Merger & Acquisition on Productivity of Indian Banks; Sixth National conference on Capital Markets at IBS Gurgaon – 2012
  • An Empirical Study of overseas financing by India Inc. through Depository Receipts and FCCBs: Analysis of Linkages among Critical Factors and impact on Stock Price Returns Fourth National conference on Capital Markets at IBS Gurgaon - 2010 and was conferred with the best paper award PhD Thesis Doctoral Confluence held at IBS Gurgaon - 2009 and was adjudged as the best thesis
  • A Comparative Analysis of Portfolio Selection Techniques: Evaluation of Individual Valuation Models and Multi- Index Model; Third National conference on Capital Markets at IBS Gurgaon – 2009