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Volume 2

Theme based papers from different sessions contained on Volume 2 of Conference Proceedings can be downloaded by clicking on "THEME" below.

Theme: Financial Sector, Economic Growth and Poverty Alleviation–I

Sectoral Output Growth and Financial Development in Emerging Economies: Evidence from Nepal

  • Frank Westermann, University of Osnabrueck, Germany

Financial Sector Development: Its Challenges on Economic Growth and Poverty Alleviation in Nepal

  • Kushum Shakya, Tribhuvan University, Nepal

Does Financial Development Cause Economic Growth? A Vector Autoregression Approach

  • Sanjeewa Janaka Kumara Guruge, Central Bank of Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka

Theme: Monetary, Banking and Financial Policies–I

 

An Empirical Analysis of Default on Agriculture-Related Loans: Evidence from China

  • Lei Meng, East China University of Science and Technology, China

Cost and Benefits of Deprived Sector Lending and Role of Financial Institutions

  • Sanjay Prasad Gorkhali, Integrated Development Associates, Nepal

Innovative Economic Strategies Towards Financial Inclusive Growth

  • Nageswara Rao Dara, I-Star Development Group International, India

Theme : International Flow of Financial Resources – I

 

Empirical Analysis of Remittance Inflow: The Case of Nepal

  • Saujanya Acharya, Kahmandu University, Nepal.

Remittance and its Casual Effect to Trade Deficit in Nepal: A Vector Error Correction Model Approach

  • Guna Raj Bhatta, Nepal Rastra Bank, Nepal

Theme: Microfinance, Access to Finance and Financial Inclusion – I

 

Financial Inclusion and its Future Role in Poverty Alleviation and Economic Growth of India

  • Swami Prakash Srivastava, Dayalbagh Deemed University, India

Women Entrepreneurs’ Access to Finance: Evidence from Banks’ Data of Bangladesh

  • Joyeta Rahman Tamanna, Grameen Bank, Bangladesh

Effectiveness of Short Term Credit Scheme: Case of New Comprehensive Rural Credit Scheme in Sri Lanka

  • Balasooriya B L J S, Central Bank of Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka

Theme: Financial Sector, Economic Growth and Poverty Alleviation – II

 

Determinants of Rural Poverty: A study of Phirphire VDC, Tanahun

  • Arjun Kumar Thapa, Pokhara University, Nepal.

The Relationship between Inflation and Economic Growth: Evidence from Sri Lanka

  • Turaisingam Udayaseelan, Central Bank of Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka

Stock Market Development and Economic Growth: Evidence from Nepal

  • Bharat Singh Thapa, Apex College, Nepal

Theme: Public Finance and Fiscal Policy – III

 

Hydropower Development & its Financing in Nepal: An Assessment

  • Harishankar Vidyarthi, National Institute of Financial Management, Government of India, India.

Hydropower Financing Options for Nepal: Assessing the Prospect of Private Equity Investment

  • Ridwan Muntasir, RACE Asset Management Company, Bangladesh

Financial and Engineering Aspects of Sustainable Infrastructure Development

  • Laura Lielgaidina, Riga Technical University, Latvia

Theme: Microfinance, Access to Finance and Financial Inclusion–I

 

Growth and Performance in Nepal’s Microfinance Sector: A Case for Client Protection and Financial Literacy

  • Elizabeth Larson, MIX, USA

Poverty Alleviation Through Micro Finance Programs in Bangladesh: Achievements, Challenges and Policy Agenda

  • Md.Golzare Nabi, Bangladesh Bank, Bangladesh

Effectiveness of ‘No Frills’ Accounts of Banks as a Means of Financial Inclusion of Poor – A Study of Two Public-Sector Bank Branches in India

  • M. V. Srinivasa Gowda, University of Mysore, India

Theme: Financial System, Financial Stability, Corporate Governance in Financial Sector – I

 

Corporate Governance and Bank Profitability of Commercial Banks in Malaysia

  • Puan Yatim, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia

Corporate Governance in the Financial Sector

  • Bimal Kumar Tiwari, Indusind Bank Ltd, India

The Impact of Corporate Governance on Financial Performance of Bank: A Case Study of Nepalese Commercial Banks

  • Ravi Prakash Poudel, The University of New England, Australia

Theme: Financial Sector, Economic Growth and Poverty Alleviation – III

 

Economic Growth and Financial sector Development: A Study of the interrelationships in the Indian Context

  • Deepak Popat Sable, K.G. Joshi College of Arts and N.G. Bedekar College of Commerce, India.

Bringing Quantity Equation of Money into Test: A Potential Way to Fight Global Poverty

  • Bamadev Poudel, Nepal Rastra Bank, Nepal

The Threshold Level of Inflation in the Growth-Inflation Relationship: Evidence from Bangladesh data

  • Sayera Younus, Bangladesh Bank, Bangladesh.

Theme: Monetary, Banking and Financial Policies – II

 

On an Interesting Fundamental Market-Making Result Extracted by Means of the Global Markets Tick-by-Tick Analysis

  • Vladimir Prelov, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

Inflation Persistence in Nepal

  • Tap Prasad Koirala, Nepal Rastra Bank, Nepal

Predictability of Turn-of-the-Month Effect at Stock Markets in Malaysia, South Korea and Japan

  • Zainudin Arsad, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia

Theme: Global Economic Integration, Financial Crisis and Post Crisis Cooperation – II

 

Impact of Global Economic Crisis on Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises in India

  • Soundarapandian Mookkiah, Gandhigram Rural University, India

Energy Price Impact on East Asian Region’s Food and Non-food Industry

  • Khalid Abdul Hamid, Malaysian Institute of Economic Research, Malaysia

Globalization and Economic Development and Inequality in Asian Countries

  • I. Sundhar, Annamalai University, India

Theme: Public Finance and Fiscal Policy – I

 

Green Service Charge in Managing Urban Environment in Nepal

  • Bishal Bharadwaj, Ministry of Local Development, Government of Nepal, Nepal

Rural Infrastructure: Gateway to Agriculture and Sustainable Development

  • Harnam Singh, University of Lucknow, India

Delivering Sustainable Healthcare Services for Nepal: The Strategic Fit of Public Private Partnership Models

  • A.R.M.Mehrab Ali, Innovations for Poverty Action, Bangladesh

Theme: Financial Sector, Economic Growth and Poverty Alleviation – IV

 

Does Nepal's Financial Structure Matter for Economic Growth?

  • Ram Sharan Kharel, Nepal Rastra Bank, Nepal

Financing for Growth: A Case of Thailand, 1993 – 2007

  • Barudin Muhamad, Universiti Utara Malaysia, Malaysia

Role of Financial Sector Development in Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction

  • Aishwarya Rana, Standard Chartered Bank, Nepal

Theme: Public Finance and Fiscal Policy – II

 

Fiscal Restructuring, Capital Outlay and Rural Infrastructure: An Indian State-level Analysis

  • Subrata Dutta, Sardar Patel Institute of Economic & Social Research (SPIESR), India

The Impact of Public Infrastructure and Human Capital on Growth

  • Mohd Dan Jantan, Universiti Utara Malaysia, Malaysia

Fiscal Architecture and Analysis of Allocative and Technical Efficiency of Public Spending in Nepal

  • Shiva Raj Adhikari, Tribhuvan University, Nepal.

Theme: Microfinance, Access to Finance and Financial Inclusion – II

 

Role of Micro Financing in Promotion of Biogas: A Case of Nepal

  • Maheshwar Prasad Yadav, Biogas Sector Partnership Nepal (BSP-Nepal), Nepal

Twenty Years of SHG Banking in India and the Road Ahead

  • Brij Raj, Reserve Bank of India, India.

Islamic Modes of Microfinance Program: A Study on RDS Model of IBBL in Bangladesh

  • Shahadat Hossain, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh.

Theme: Monetary, Banking and Financial Policies – III

 

Banking Area as a Factor for Development of Pension System in Ukraine in the Context of Accomplishment of Social Tasks

  • Rad Nataliya Sergeevna, Donetsk National University of Economics and Trade afterM. Tugan-Baranovsky, Ukraine

Commercial Banking Performance and Economic Growth: A Case Study of Nepal

  • Suvita Jha, Harbin Institute of Technology, China

Communication strategy, Central Banking and Credibility Bonus - A Study of Dealing with “Impossible Trinity” in the Indian Context

  • Yanamandra Srinivas, ICICI Bank, India

Theme: Macroeconomic Policies and Financial Innovation – I

 

Weather Derivatives: Harbinger of New Revolution in Managing Agricultural Risk

  • Abhishek Kumar Chintu, Ministry of Statistics and PI, Govt. of India, India

Causal Linkages between Money Supply, Budget Deficit and Inflation in Nepal

  • Arjun Kumar Baral, Tribhuvan University, Nepal

Estimation of Stock Price Using Call-Put Parity

  • Kushal Jain, Jindal Global University, India

Theme: Global Economic Integration, Financial Crisis and Post Crisis Cooperation – I

 

The Effect of Export Financing In Iran (Using the ARDL Technique)

  • Mohammad Reza Pazouki, Islamic Azad University, Iran

Understanding the Risk when Pegged to a Volatile Currency

  • Mita Harjivan Suthar, Ahmedabad University, India

Financial integration and Regional Monetary Interaction in TVP VAR/VECM – A Case of Singapore and Malaysia

  • Xianguo Huang, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies, Japan

Theme: Microfinance, Access to Finance and Financial Inclusion – III

 

Policies to Improve Access to Finance For Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises: The Story From Indonesia

  • Tulus Thai Hamonangan Tanbunan, Trisakti University, Indonesia

Financial Inclusion-Myths & Realities of Indian Rural Consumers

  • Jitendra Kumar Dixit, GLA University. India

The Role of Financial Inclusion Towards Inclusive Growth in Bangladesh

  • Md. Salim Al Mamun, Bangladesh Bank, Bangladesh

Theme: Microeconomics and Others

 

Minimum Wage Policy: With Special Reference to Malaysia

  • Balakrishnan Parasuraman, Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Malaysia

Mixed Duopoly Competition in a Vertical Product Differentiation Model- An Approach to Banking Industry

  • Ram Kumar Phuyal, Chonnam National University, South Korea

Theme: Financial System, Financial Stability, Corporate Governance in Financial Sector – II

 

Liquidity Risk Management: A Study of Nepalese Commercials Banks

  • Kala Regmi and Dibyashree Shah, Kathmandu University School of Management Nepal

Macroeconomic Risks and Financial Stability: An Econometrical Analysis for India

  • Ajay Prakash, Reserve Bank of India, India

Changing Perspective of Managing Human Resources in Nepal

  • Dhruba Kumar Gautam, Tribhuvan University, Nepal

Theme:: Microfinance, Access to Finance and Financial Inclusion – IV

 

Effect of Self Help Groups on Rural Poor People

  • Nitin Pandharinath Malegaonkar, Shri Sant Savta Mali Gramin , Mahavidyalaya, India

 

 

 

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