Dr Aman Srivastava, Professor (Finance) at IMI, has over 22 years of experience in research, teaching and corporate training. He has trained Government officers and corporate executives of more than 50 countries. He has conducted training programmes for executives of ONGC, Oil India, Indian Oil, HPCL, GAIL, NTPC, NHPC, SJVN, Coal India, SAIL, NALCO, MCX, RAIL Tel Corporation, HUDCO, HDFC Life, Bajaj Caital, MSME, TCIL, AC-Nelson, Greenfield.com, Standard Chartered Bank, NAFED and much more. He has published research papers and cases in national and international journals including Jouranal of knowledge management, Personnel Review, Theoretical Economics Letters (TEL), International Journal of Theoretical & Applied Finance (IJTAF), Asian Economic Review, Global Business Review, Asia Pacific Business Review, Decision and much more. His areas of specialization are financial well being, personal finance, behavioural finance, stock markets & corporate finance. He has participated in training programmes of Harvard Business School, Richard Ivey School of Business and AACSB International, USA. He was awarded for his cases and research papers by Strategic Management Forum at IIT Mumbai and IIT Kanpur. He can be reached at: <[email protected]>.
Pradhan, S. & Srivastava, A. & Jena, L. (2020). Abusive Supervision and Intention to Quit: Exploring Multi-Mediational Approaches. Personnel Review. 49. 1269 - 1286. 10.1108/PR-12-2018-0496. (ABDC “A”)
Pradhan, S. & Srivastava, A. & Mishra, D. (2019). Abusive Supervision and Knowledge Hiding: The Mediating Role of Psychological Contract Violation and Supervisor Directed Aggression.. Journal of Knowledge Management. 10.1108/JKM-05-2019-0248. (ABDC “A”)
Arora, Srivastava A (2019), Ownership Concentration and Dividend Payout in Emerging Markets: Evidence from India, Global Business Review, https://doi.org/10.1177/0972150918824953 (ABDC C)
Chopra, Monika & Mehta, Chhavi & Srivastava, Aman. (2018). Inflation-Linked Bonds as a Separate Asset Class: Evidence from Emerging and Developed Markets. Global Business Review. 097215091880701. 10.1177/0972150918807015. (ABDC C)
Corporate finance, risk management, asset pricing, financial market integration, international portfolio diversification, stock market efficiency, bank efficiency and behavioural finance