India Initiative

The world's largest democracy and third largest economy in real terms, with the fastest growing working-age population, India is set to become one of the world's most important economic forces in the coming decades.  Through school-wide workshops and broader community engagement, the India Initiative seeks to foster and disseminate research on India in all business disciplines.

Kose John
Initiative Coordinator

Publications of Featured Papers

NSE-NYU Stern Initiative on the Study of Indian Capital Markets  

IIM-NYU India Research Conference at NYU Stern 2019

IIM-NYU India Research Conference at NYU Stern 2018

IIM-NYU India Research Conference at NYU Stern 2017

Inaugural IIM-NYU India Research Conference at NYU Stern 2016

Feb 2019 - John Campbell (Harvard) - Do the Rich Get Richer in the Stock Market? Evidence from India

Apr 2018 - Tarun Ramadorai (Imperial College London) - Indian Household Finance

Apr 2017 - Prachi Deuskar (Indian School of Business) - Funding Liquidity and Market Liquidity in Government Bonds

Mar 2017 - Sumit Agarwal (Georgetown) - Government Employment Guarantee, Labor Supply and Firms’ Reaction: Evidence from the Largest Public Workfare Program in the World

Feb 2017 - Michael Fleming (FRBNY) - Trading Activity in the Indian Government Bond Market

May 2016 - Radha Gopalan (Washington University in St. Louis) - Accounting Based Regulation and Earnings Management

Apr 2016 - Raghu Sundaram - Auctioning the Underwriting Spread: Implications for Information Production and Insurance

Nov 2015 - Heather Tookes (Yale) - Leverage Constraints and Liquidity