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Associate Professor, Chair: MBA – BKFS Program & Co-Chair: Executive Education & TCEL




PhD, MBA, ICWAI (Intermediate)

Date of Joining:

23rd November, 2023


  • Dr. Sibanjan Mishra is currently an Associate Professor in Finance at TAPMI. Prior to it he was associated with XIM University.  He also had a stint in the industry as a Research Analyst in the field of commodities research. His teaching interests are in Corporate Finance, Financial institutions and markets, Investment Analysis, Financial derivatives. He is also developing a course on Sustainable Finance. His area of research is in Corporate Finance, ESG Investing and Energy Markets. His research papers are published in several international journals of repute like Resources PolicyBusiness Research Quarterly, Research in International Business and FinanceManagerial FinanceStudies in Economics and FinanceEconomic and Political Weekly, and Cogent Economics and Finance.


  • Corporate Finance
  • Financial modelling with Excel
  • Investment Analysis
  • Financial derivatives


  • Corporate Finance
  • ESG Investing
  • Energy Markets


  • Bhattacharya P, Mishra S & Kang SH (2023) “Does market sentiment and global uncertainties influence ESG-oil nexus? A time-frequency analysis”, Resources Policy, Volume 86, Part A (Elsevier, ABDC-B, ABS-2)
  • Dasgupta R, & Mishra S (2023) “Performance feedback and firms search behaviour: Role of Corporate Governance in Companies Around the World”, Business Research Quarterly, (Elsevier, ABDC-B, ABS-2)
  • Mishra, S & Mishra S (2021) “Are Indian sectoral indices oil shock prone? An empirical evaluation”, Resources Policy, Volume 70, 101889. (Elsevier, ABDC-B, ABS-2)
  • Mohanty, SK & Mishra. S (2020) “Regulatory Reform and Market Efficiency: The Case of Indian Agricultural Commodity Futures Markets”, Research in International Business and Finance, Vol 52, 101145 (Elsevier, ABDC-B, ABS -2)
  • Mishra, A & Mishra, S (2020) “Re-visiting long memory in global equity markets: An empirical analysis”, Global Business Review, doi:10.1177/0972150920966879 (Scopus,  ABDC-C)
  • Mishra.S. & Dasgupta. R. (2019) “Cross-impact of leverage and performance: Developed versus frontier bank-based economies”, Managerial Finance, Vol 45, Issue 8, pp 982-1000. [Emerald, Scopus, ABDC –B, ABS-1]
  • Deb.S, Mishra.S. & Banerjee.P (2019) “Stock Market, Banking Sector and Economic Growth: A Cross Country Analysis over Different Economic Cycles”, Studies in Economics and Finance, Vol 36, Issue 3, pp 338-364., [Emerald, Scopus, ABDC -BABS-1]
  • Ray.M, Sarangi,M & Mishra. S. (2019) “Public expenditure and economic development during different development stage: Regional Analysis of India”, Economic and Political Weekly Vol 54, No – 10, pp50-56. [Scopus, ABDC-B]
  • Mishra.S. (2019) “Testing Martingale Hypothesis Using Variance Ratio Tests: Evidence from High Frequency Data Of Ncdex Soya-Bean Futures”, Global Business Review, Vol 20, No-6, pp1407-1422 [Scopus, ABDC -C]
  • Mishra.S. & Deb.S (2019) “Predictors of firm growth in India: An exploratory analysis using accounting information”, Cogent Economics and Finance, Vol-6, Issue-1 [Taylor and Francis Publication, Scopus, ABDC -B]
  • Mishra.S. (2016) “Macro-economic factors and foreign direct investment in India: a Toda Yamamoto causality approach”, International Journal of Economics and Business Research, Vol 11, No. 3 pp 195-208. [Scopus, ABDC- C]
  • Mishra.S. (2016) “Technical analysis and risk premium in Indian equity market: a multiple regression analysis”, IUP Journal of Applied Economics Vol. XV, No. 1, pp. 51-68. [ABDC – C]

Conferences and Workshops


  • Impact of asset market volatilities on asymmetric spillovers and Hedging Effectiveness in ESG Markets: Insights from COVID-19 and Geopolitical Unrest” India Finance Conference (IFC) December 2023


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Media Coverage

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