School of Business & Economics
Laurier SBE research team awarded NSE-NYU Stern grant
Madhu Kalimipalli | firstname.lastname@example.org | 519.884.0710 ext. 2187
Research team consisting of Dr. Madhu Kalimipalli and Dr. Nayak Subhankar (both from Laurier's School of Business & Economics), with Dr. Latha Ramchand from the University of Houston, have been awarded the NSE-NYU Stern grant of $7,500. Dr. Kalimipalli is the principal investigator on this grant.
The NSE-NYU Stern Initiative on the Study of Indian Capital Markets is a newly formed joint venture of the National Stock Exchange of India (NSE) and the Salomon Center for the Study of Financial Institutions at NYU Stern School of Business. Results from the study will be presented at a special research conference at the NSE, Mumbai, India at the end of July. The inititaive funded six projects from over 50 applicants around the world. Each grant has been awarded $7,500 plus paid for travel expenses to attend the conference. Finalists include academics from the Wharton School, Edhec Business School, the University of Maryland, Georgia State, amongst others.
About the National Stock Exchange (NSE) of India
The NSE is the largest exchange in India that has brought about unparalleled transparency, speed, efficiency, and safety in the Indian securities market. As part of the its thought leadership efforts, NSE conducts various workshops and seminars. It also conducts training programs and certification programs in the area of securities market.
About the Salomon Centre for the Study of Financial Insitutions
The Salomon Centre for the Study of Financial Institutions is a research Institute founded in 1972 as part of the stern School of Business, New York University, by a grant from the partners of Salomon Brothers, and specializes in the study of financial institutions, including commercial banks, investment banks, managed funds, and insurance companies.