I Semester Examination II Semester Examination III Semester Examination IV Semester Examination

Syllabi Applicable for the students seeking admission to the Master of Business Economics (MBE) from Academic Year 2010-2011


REVISION OF MASTER OF BUSINESS ECONOMICS (MBE) COURSE W.E.F. JULY 2010 The Department of Business Economics strongly believes in the philosophy of contemporaneous course structure based on profound theoretical foundation which has practical relevance for decision makers and practitioners hailing from the rapidly changing corporate and the government sector. Following this, the Department has been revising its syllabus and readings from time to time. The last revision was made during the academic session of 1998- 1999. Followings are the crux of the proposal for improvements to the syllabus. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) The number of papers will increase from 23 to 24. Each paper will be of 100 marks in place of 80 marks in the existing scheme. Accordingly the total marks allocated will increase from 1840 to 2400. Course contents and reading list of all the existing papers have been reviewed extensively and updated. Each optional group will comprise of three papers in place of two papers in the existing scheme. Students will be given choice to choose 2 papers out of the 3 papers from each optional group. A separate optional group: “Economics of Infrastructure and Regulation” comprising 3 papers, Urban Transport Economics, Infrastructure Economics and Energy Economics have been added. The optional group on Applied Environmental Economics is replaced by ‘Agriculture and Resource Economics’ comprising three papers: Agricultural Economics, Agriculture Markets, Eco System Services & Ecological Economics. One existing optional group “System Operations Management” has been scrapped.

Details of all the papers and optional group are given in the enclosed comparative statement of existing and the revised scheme.


Department of Business Economics

2010-11 Max. Marks: 100 Duration: 3 (Hrs)
Semester-1 Paper-101 Paper-102 Paper-103 Paper-104 Paper-105 Paper-106 Semester-2 Paper-201 Paper-202 Paper-203 Paper-204 Paper-205 Paper-206 Macroeconomic Analysis and Policy Industrial Economics Marketing Management International Trade and Business Economics of Natural Resources And Environment Fundamentals of Econometrics Micro Economics Analysis Applied Business Statistics Principals of Business Finance and Accounting Organisational Behaviour and Development Project Appraisal and Impact Analysis Legal Environment and Business


Semester-3 Paper-301 Paper-302 Optional Groups Financial Market and Intermediaries Economics of Services (Students can choose any two of the following optional groups and any two papers out of three papers from each group) Quantitative Techniques in Business Advanced Econometrics Time Series and Business Forecasting Game Theory and Application Marketing and Distribution Marketing Research Strategic Marketing Management International Marketing Business Finance Financial Derivatives and Risk Management Investment and Portfolio Management Applied Corporate Finance Economics of Infrastructure and Regulation Urban Transportation Economics Infrastructure Economics Energy Economics

Group-I Paper-311 Paper-312 Paper-313 Group-II Paper-321 Paper-322 Paper-323 Group-III Paper-331 Paper-332 Paper-333 Group-IV Paper-341 Paper-342 Paper-343


Group-V Paper-351 Paper-352 Paper-353 Group-VI Paper-361 Paper-362 Paper-363 Semester-4 Paper-401 Paper-402 Paper-403 Paper-404 Paper-405 Paper 406

Agriculture and Resource Economics Agriculture Markets Agriculture Economics Eco–System Services and Ecological Economics Human Resource Management Labour Economics and Industrial Relations Managing Change and Organisations Strategic Human Resource Management

Strategic Management India in the Contemporary World Economy Sustainable Development and Business/Inter-Disciplinary World Trading System Global Finance Research Projects


Paper-201 Paper-202 Paper-203 Paper-204 Paper 205 Paper -206 Proposed Paper Macroeconomic Analysis and Policy Industrial Economics Marketing Management International Trade and Business Economics of Natural Resources and Environment Fundamentals of Econometrics Compulsory Papers Semester-III Paper-13 Paper No. Global Finance Syllabus revised Syllabus revised Paper-14 Economics of Services Paper-302 6 . Scrapped Remarks Syllabus revised Syllabus revised Syllabus revised Syllabus revised Paper shifted from semester IV and syllabus revised-OR scraped New paper introduced Organizational Behavior and Development Project Appraisal and Investment Planning Information Management Legal Environment and Business Semester-II Paper-7 Paper-8 Paper-9 Paper-10 Paper-11 Paper -12 Existing Paper Macroeconomic Analysis and Policy Industrial Economics Analysis of Demand and Market Behaviour International Trade and Business Operations Research Legal aspects Business Existing Paper Global Finance of Paper No. Paper-101 Paper-102 Paper-103 Paper-104 Paper-105 Paper-106 Proposed Paper Micro Economics Analysis Applied Business Statistics Principal of Business Finance and Accounting Organizational Behavior and Development Project Appraisal Analysis and Impact Proposed Scheme Remarks Syllabus revised Syllabus revised Syllabus revised Syllabus revised Syllabus revised Paper brought from Semester II and syllabus revised Information Mgnt. Paper-301 Proposed Paper Financial Market and Intermediaries Economics of Services Remarks Syllabus revised and paper shifted to semester IV.DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ECONOMICS UNIVERSITY OF DELHI COMPARETIVE STATEMENT Existing Scheme Semester-I Paper-1 Paper-2 Paper-3 Paper-4 Paper-5 Paper-6 Existing Paper Micro Economics Analysis Business Statistics and Econometrics Principals Finance of Business Paper No.

A Existing Paper Paper No. Gr . Institutions and Services Investment Theory Portfolio Management ____ and Gr.II Marketing and Distribution Paper-321 Paper-322 Paper-323 Marketing Research International Marketing Strategic Marketing Management New paper introduced Syllabus revised New paper introduced Advanced Econometrics Time Series forecasting and Business Syllabus revised Syllabus revised New paper introduced Proposed Paper Remarks Title of optional group Quantitative Techniques in Business Paper-1 Paper-2 Paper-3 Gr.Specialization Papers Optional Groups Gr. Regional Eco.B Econometrics Methodology Forecasting Planning ____ and Business Game Theory and Application Title of optional group Marketing and Distribution Marketing Research Strategy and Paper-1 Paper-2 International Marketing Gr.scrapped New paper introduced New paper introduced New paper introduced Financial Derivatives and risk Management Investment and Portfolio Management Applied Corporate Finance New paper introduced Syllabus revised New paper introduced Paper-1 Paper-2 Paper-3 Gr – D Title of optional group Regional and Economics Transport Regional Paper-1 Paper-2 Paper-3 Locations and Development Transport Economics ____ Infrastructure Economics Energy Economics 7 .C Title of optional group Business Finance Financial Markets.III Business Finance Paper-331 Paper-332 Paper-333 Gr – IV Economics of Infrastructure and Regulation Paper-341 Paper-342 Paper-343 Urban and Economics Transport New Optional Group introduced.I Quantitative Techniques in Business Paper-311 Paper-312 Paper-313 Gr .

G Labour Environmental Industrial Relation Personel Management Title of optional group Systems of Operations Management Gr VII Scrapped - Paper-1 Paper-2 Semester-IV Paper-19 Paper-20 Paper-21 System Design and Programming Systems and Management Existing Paper Operations Business Policy and Strategy Problems and Policies of Indian Economy Economics of Environment and Natural Resource Management - Paper-22 Paper -23 Comprehensive Viva Project Work 8 .F Title of optional group Human Resource Development Gr VI Paper-1 Paper-2 Paper-3 Gr. EcoScrapped New paper introduced New paper introduced New paper introduced Paper-1 Paper-2 Issues and Methodology in Environmental Economics Environmental and Indian Business Gr. Envtt.Gr –E Title of optional group Applied Environmental Economics & Policy Gr.V Agriculture and Resource Economics Paper-351 Paper-352 Paper-353 Agriculture Markets Agriculture Economics Eco–System Services and Ecological Economics Human Resource Management Paper-361 Paper-362 Paper-363 Labour Economics and Industrial Relations Organisational Development and Change Management Strategic Human Resource Management Proposed Paper Paper-401 Paper-402 Paper-403 Paper-404 Paper-405 Paper 406 Strategic Management India in the contemporary World Economy Sustainable Development and Business / Interdisciplinary World Trading System Global Finance Research Projects Syllabus revised Syllabus revised New paper introduced New paper introduced Paper shifted from semester III and syllabus revised Syllabus revised New Paper introduced New paper introduced New Optional Group introduced.

Evaluation English shall be the medium of instructions and examination. test. viva-voce and attendance. he/she will be allowed to take examination in that paper/s along with the first semester in the next academic year examination (vi) Admission to 2nd year of MBE course shall be open to those who have cleared successfully at least 9 papers out of 12 papers offered in the MBE 1st year course comprising I & II semesters. (iv) The minimum marks for passing the examination of each paper in each semester shall be 40% and 45% in the aggregate of the semester. instead of 80 marks in the existing scheme. (v) If a student fails or fails to appear in any of the papers in MBE 1st semester of the 1st year of the university examination. (ix) Successful candidates will be classified on the basis of the combined results of 1st year and 2nd year examinations as follows: Candidates Securing 60% & above I Division Candidates Securing 50% but less than 60% II Division (x) The conditions of passing the course shall not be deemed to have been satisfied unless a students undergoes practical training under the supervision of the Department in approved organization for maximum of two months. However. (vii) If a student fails or fails to appear in any of the papers in third semester of 2nd year of university examination. he/she can take the examination in the said paper along with subsequent examinations of I/II semester provided he/she has cleared all papers of earlier semesters. The system of evaluation shall be as follows: (i) Each paper shall carry 100 marks. tutorials. term papers. 9 . and seminars conducted in each semester during the course of study. 30% marks shall be reserved for internal assessment based on class room participation. (iii) Project work shall begin from the third semester of 2nd year and shall be evaluated for 100 marks at the end of fourth semester.The new examination scheme will be as follows: In the proposed examination scheme each paper will be of 100 marks. The weight age given to each of these factors shall be decided and announced at the beginning of the semester (ii) The remaining 70 marks in each paper shall be awarded on the basis of written examination of three hours duration at the end of each semester. (xii) (a) A candidate must qualify for the award of the Degree within four years of his/her first admission to the course. (viii) If a student fails in any one of papers of the 4th semester other than Research Project Study. seminar. he/she will be allowed to take the examination in the subjects along with examination in the subjects of IV semester of 2nd year examination. (b) Candidates who fail or failed to appear at the MBE examination may be allowed to reappear at the examination on being enrolled as an ex student as per rules of the University. he/she will have to clear the remaining papers while studying in MBE 2nd year. (xi) No candidate shall be considered to have pursued the course of study unless he is certified by the Department to have attended at least 75% of the total number of lecturers.

W. Damodaran. U. mark up pricing. Paul and Robin Wells. public goods. Consumer behaviour. Managerial Economics. W. degree of monopoly and concentration 4.USA.USA. Jones.W. Price discrimination. basic ideas of demand estimation and forecasting. Hal (1992): Microeconomic Analysis. peak-load pricing. economics of information Readings: • • • • • • Krugman. consumer equilibrium 2. elasticity of demand. W. USA John Wiley and Sons Mansfied. cost curves. marginal cost pricing. Trefor (2004): Business Economics and Managerial Decision Making.USA.Oxford University Press. behaviour under certainty and uncertainty. Worth Publishers Pindyck and Rubinfeld (2002): Microeconomics. indifference curves. law of demand. externalities. Norton and Co. capacity utilization. utility.K. Norton and Co 10 . market failure. Basic ideas of welfare economics. Pricing and output decisions under different forms of market structure: Different models of collusive and non-collusive oligopoly. Edwin (1997): Applied Microeconomics. transfer pricing 5. economies of scale and scope.SEMESTER I PAPER 101: MICROECONOMIC ANALYSIS 1. (2008): Microeconomics. breakeven analysis 3.( 2006:. bilateral monopoly. India. factor pricing. law of variable proportions. Objective of the firm: Production functions. budget constraints. Prentice Hall. estimation of production and cost functions. Varian. Suma.

(2007): Quantitative approaches in business studies. Prentice Hall Ramanathan. central limit theorem.D. A. LR. and assumptions. t and F tests. mathematical expectation. Z. 5.PAPER 102: APPLIED BUSINESS STATISTICS 1.R. Estimation of regression coefficients by least –squares and maximum likelihood methods. Introduction to Data Envelopment Analysis. hypergeometric. concepts of sampling. Thomson Asia Pvt. normal. New Delhi. Y.L.Mc Graw Hill • • • Wooldridge. New Delhi. 2. for economics USA Holt Rinehart and Winston. binomial. (2008) : Applied statistics for business Singapore. A.Pearson Education Ltd. Elements of statistical inference: Estimation.(1969): Statistical analysis.M (2007) : Introductory econometrics. J. calculus and optimization. Thomson Chiang. test of significance including chisquare. Non. Ine Levin. (2005) : Statistics for management . Klein. Irwin Mc Graw Hill co Clare. Basic probability theory.parametric statistics 4. Subhash. New Delhi South Weston. Readings • • • • • • • Chou.(1962) : Introduction to Econometrics.K Great Britan .C.L. poisson . chebyshey’s inequality and law of large numbers . multi nominal. Singapore. Morris. Data Envelopment Analysis (Latest Ed) 11 . Ramu (2002) : Introductory econometrics with applications. Ltd Webster. distributions and their properties. analysis of variance – one and two way classifications . distribution of a statistic theory of point estimation and interval estimation. ( Latest Ed) : Fundamental methods of mathematical economics. exponential uniform. geometric.S. and Rubin D. Damodar( 2007): Essentials of Econometrics: UK. 3. Pearson Education Gujarati . log –normal. U. tests of significance of regression coefficient . multiple regression and correlation. Functions: Linear and quadratic functions and models. India . Tata Mc Graw Hil Ray.

Y. journal.Giegel. trial balance.P.New Delhi. bill finance. Cost Profit Volume: Break Even Analysis 3. Graw Hilli . Mc. Cash Flow and Funds Flow Statement 2. balancing of risk. cash credit systems. Inventory Management 4. M. approaches to dividend policies 5. India. leader.R.Myers.PAPER 103: PRINCIPALS OF BUSINESS FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING 1. Time value of Money: Techniques of capital budgeting: Discounting Vs Non-discounting techniques. corporate deposits. theory concepts and applications . and internal financing. Management of working capital. • Brealey. • Shim. (2002): Financial markets and corporate strategy. double entry system. Titman. Readings . trading and profit and loss account and Balance Sheet. New York.K. India. income and flexibility .C.L. Cost of capital : Capital structure decisions . (latest ed): Financial management .Schaum outline Series. project finance. Dividend policy. Galgotia Publishing Company • Khan.India. 7. Cost and Management Accounting: Material . analysis of operating and financial leverages. Sources of business finance in India – Working capital.J & J. • Grimblatt. (2006): Financial management . M and S. funds flow analysis. (2004): Financial management.(Latest Edition) V. Mc. Prentice Hall • Gupta. development banks. Tata Mc Graw Hill Co. assessment of working capital requirements and the lending norms. Analysis and control: Financial ratio analysis. . capital market. financial forecasting. R and S. Lobour and Overheads. Graw Hill. (2000): Principles of corporate finance. control. Investment decisions: Analysis of risk and Uncertainty. Scope and objectives of corporate financial management. Tata Mc Graw Hill • Horne Van. factors affecting dividend. • Rustagi. determination of capital structure . (latest ed): Financial management and policy. Principal and Practice of Accountancy 12 . R. 6. accounting entries. and Gupta. Basic Accounting Theory: Accounting concept and conventions. Estimating working capital requirement financing working capital.New Delhi.

learning and reinforcement.Sterling publisher (P) Ltd. controversies and applications. India. 3. (latest ed): Management of human resources. stress and conflict management Organisational change and development. (latest ed): Practical organizational behaviour. 2. motivation Group dynamics. 4. communication. perception . Mirza Saiyadain. Stephen P. team work for effective organisation Organisational processes: Leadership. 6.PAPER 104: ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR AND DEVELOPMENT 1. New Jersey. JOHARI window Training: Plan. Power and politics in organization. New Delhi . 7. organizational culture.M. value and attitude. A. Prentice Hall. strategy and implementation Readings: • • • • • Robbins. Udai Pareek. New York.K Oxford university press.Tata Mc Graw Hill 13 . personal growth.U.. 5. Luthan’s Fred. organisational learning Transactional analysis. (latest ed): Organisational behavior concepts. McGraw Hill Prasad L and Banerjee. (latest ed): Organisational behavior. (latest ed): Organizational behaviour. Individual behaviour at work : Personality.

(1980): Management approach to project appraisal and evaluation. Barnum . ISBN 1861522576 • R. Entrepreneurship : Concepts . word bank approach. OECD • Stene Lumby and Chris Joneh. Political economy. Cheltenham.PAPER 105: PROJECT APPRAISAL AND IMPACT ANALYSIS 1. techniques for risk analysis. Readings • D. the project cycle. Thomson business press.N.Behrens and P. welfare and poverty : Political economy aspects of programmes and projects. 14 . uncertainty mitigation strategies. environment impact assessment. IDBI • Colin Kirkpatrick and John Weiss. project finance. (latest ed) : Economics analysis of investment operations . UNIDO analysis. cost –effectiveness analysis. (latest ed):. • I. infrastructure finance. Anderson . project formulation and feasibility study.Vienna.R. An introduction : Project and programme evaluation an overview.A. Pitale . social impact analysis.(latest ed): Manual for the preparation of industrial feasibility studies . an integrated approach to project impact assessment 7. planning .Govt of India W. (1987) : Project Appraisal Techniques. Market and Technical Analysis : Market analysis . implementation and reviewNew Delhi. choice of projects.M. little mirrlees analysis. world bank institution .Imboden. Belli. risk and large projects. managing technology. (latest ed) : Project planning and analysis for development.L.Vianna UNIDO Publication • UNIDO . Financial appraisal and techniques: Investment and operational costs. viva publisher ISBN 1555876560 • P. BombaY. M. project quality factors and basic needs the measurement of project performance. strategic technology leveraging 4. (latest ed): Corporate finance. New Delhi. (2002) : Projects planning analysis selection . corporate entrepreneurship. (latest ed) : Cost benefit analysis . H. employment generation .Cost –benefit analysis and project appraisal in developing countries . 5. Chandra. Impact assessment: Economics impact analysis. private sector appraisal techniques. Dixon and Jee-Peng Tang. Hawranek . Social cost benefit analysis : Economic analysis. Risk analysis in project evaluation and appraisal: Taxonomy of risks. ISBN 0821348507 • OECD. 2. project selection and appraisal . Tata Mc-Graw Hill • • Planning commission manual(latest ed): Project Appraisal industries. poverty reduction and alleviation 8. Edward Alger • P. Potts. J. Oxford and IBH.theory and perspective.Guidelines for practical project appraisal . generation of project idea 3. J. welfare aspects of project: Redistribution of income. mutually exclusive projects and other issues. planning commission approach 6.

V. Avtar Singh (2007): Company law. merger and combination.K. Dr. New Delhi. 4. meeting of shareholders Income tax act. Basic understanding of Indian contract act 1961: offer & acceptance. New Delhi. competition advocacy Consumer protection act: Consumer.C. goods right of consumer Readings: • • • • Dr. Shri Mahavir book dept. Girish Ahuja (2004) : Practical approach to income tax. Valid agreement Companies act. 2002: Object & scope. raising of funds through equity. New Delhi M. Law House Dr.PAPER: 106 LEGAL ENVIRONMRNT AND BUSINESS 1. Lucknow. 1961: Law relating to personal tax planning Competition act. 5. Singhania (2005): Income tax. Kuchhal (2005) : Modern Indian company law. 1956: Law relating to incorporation of companies. Eastern Book 15 . 3. management & administration. 2.

SEMESTER II PAPER 201: MACROECONOMIC ANALYSIS AND POLICY 1. Government of India Rakshit. P. D. 107. P. • • • • • Jones. (1935) : The General Theory of Employment. nominal and real exchange rates and balance of payments 2. New Delhi. Princeton University Press Report on currency and finance. Sikdar. New Delhi. theories of unemployment 6. especially in context of developing economies like India. Keynes. J. A. Theory of business cycles 7. Readings • • • • • • • Blanchard. R. R. Interest and Money. covered and uncovered interest parity condition 4. New York Harcourt. Pearson Education Dornbusch. • • • • • Ray. Theories of endogenous growth 9. exchange rate volatility 10. Oxford University Press . Mankiw.Romer and D. and B. Norton .Vane (1997) : A Marcroeconomics Reader. C. Keynesian theory of the short-run : Analysis of fiscal and monetary policies in the closed and open economy IS-LM models.World Bank 16 . M.Baltimore. D. New Delhi. Classical theories of economic growth : The Solow model. Abel. including rational expectations model The Course seeks to provide a grounding in basic macroeconomic theory and policy. Rakshit. Prentice Hall.. Oxford University Press. Expectations theory and financial markets. S. The labour market and policy analysis in the medium and long run :AS-AD analysis 5. Krugman. Obstfeld (2000): International economics. New Delhi. Analysis of inflation and unemployment : The Phillips curve. including the Mundell-Fleming model 3.C. Barro. (2007) : Introduction to economic growth. S.G. Economic survey.Start. Reserve bank of India Romer. Pearson Education. Pearson Education . (1998) : Development economics . Fischer and R. Oxford University Press . • Sikdar.Routledge. W. Oxford University Press. (2008): Macroeconomics. M. New Delhi. India. Sala-i-Martin (2005): Economic growth. O. Washington D.. S. New Delhi. (2002): Contemporary issues in globalization .. (2008): Money and Finance in the Indian Economy. various issues. • Snowdon. 407-438.. (Ed. (2008): Macroeconomics of Post Reform India.S.S. A.) (1970) : Growth Economics. N. McGraw-Hill Sen. Interest rates in open and closed economies: Yield curve. Basic accounting concepts and tools in closed and open economies: National income accounting. (2004): Macroeconomics. New Delhi. B. New York. various issues. and M.Addison Wesley . Open economy analysis : Models of currency crisis. World Bank (2007): World development indicators . E. Bernanke (2005): Macroeconomics. and H. Penguin Books. New York . De Souza. Mumbai. and X. (2006): Principles of macroeconomics. New Delhi .Weil (1992): A contribution to the empirics of economic growth. New Jersey. Ministry of Finance.: An introduction to theory and policy in India. with a focus on applications. Quarterly journal of economics. evidence on convergence and conditional convergence 8. New Delhi.W. New Delhi. New Delhi. Tata Mc Graw Hill. (1996): Advanced macroeconomics. (2007): Macroeconomics.

managerial discretion. vertical organisation. Growth of firms: Size and growth of the firm. firms’ performance problem. development and growth. concepts of productivity. monopoly and perfect competition. innovation. R&D cooperation and innovative activities. Product differentiation and advertising: Hotelling model. transfer pricing 7. technology transfer. Porter’s diamond 4. origin and evolution of FDI. agency problem. case studies.t. WTO and FDI. different forms of FDI. relationship between market structure and performance. horizontal diversification –product diversification Robbin Marris model. barriers to entry. SCP paradigm : Market. policy framework w.r. market structure. globalisation of small and medium enterprises (global value chains).industry -firms. RTAs and FDI. international standard industrial classification. licensing and FDI. relationship between market structure and entry barriers. human development. networking and growth. annual industry survey. definition of FDI. strategic entry deterrence . FDI : Measurement. problems of FDI measurement. R&D. boundaries of firms. industrialisation in developed countries and Asian tigers 2. exports. spillovers. index of industrial production. inter-industry studies. 9. theories of mergers. determinants of Xinefficiency 17 . policy framework in OECD countries. separation of ownership and control. structure-conduct-performance paradigm. Theory of the firm: Characteristics . 8. incomplete contracts. strategic alliances. determinants of foreign direct investments (FDI). sources of FDI data. asset specificity. market power and market structure. transactions costs and internalisation advantages.FDI vs FII. intercountry studies. determinants of the success of mergers and acquisition. Evolution of the industrial economy: Industrial classification. market structure and R&D. productivity. input-output tables and interrelationships between industries. FDI in services. measurements of market structure. transaction cost theory of firm. MAI. sectoral and geographical patterns of worldwide FDI. structural shifts in GDP. national industrial classification. impact of MNCs on various aspects of host country economies including. ownership – location – internalisation advantages paradigm (OLI paradigm).PAPER 202: INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS 1. mergers and acquisitions. 6. learning and R&D. Non price competition : R&D and innovations : Schumpeterian paradigm. market failure. theories and effects. Importance of industry : Industrial revolution. Performance indicators: Productivity. 3. to FDI. why FDI – choice between exports. industrial growth indicators. market structure and advertising. role of the owner’s reputation 5. signaling effect. In-house R&D and Import of technology. market seeking FDI and efficiency seeking FDI.

H. New York. Chicago. Inter-industry studies of structure and performance. HIO. 392-415 Subhash C. Aggarwal A. Blackwell Marris. technology and society.Readings: • • • • • • • • • • • Cabral. Macmillan Libenstein. B. and Levinthal. Ray.H. American Economic Review 61. 255-304 Porter M. Pradhana J.(2008): Indian multinationals in the world economy . London . G. Dunning. R. (2001): Technology policies and acquisition of technological capabilities in the Industrial sector . E T Penrose (1959): The theory of the growth of the firm. E. various issues. D. Economic journal. (1993) : Globalisation and MNEs. . (Latest Edition). L. England. A. Richard S. with a new introduction. (1996): Multinational enterprise and economic analysis. strategies. Blair and M. 6(2). Bookwell Kumar N. the two faces of R&D. 99. ownership advantages and implications. Hodgson (1988): Allocative efficiency versus x-efficiency. 140. Addison-Wesley Caves. Cambridge. Harper andCollins. working papers 2008-37. Oxford. (2009): Internationalisation of Indian enterprises. patterns. New York .Free press • • • • • 18 . UNCTAD Ministry of Statistics and Planning Commission websites Carlton and Perloff. a comparative analysis of the Indian and Korean enterprises. Department of economics Cohen. J. 569-96.(1994): Modern industrial organization. Cambridge. R. 2008: Comparing input. (2000): Introduction to industrial organization.and output-oriented measures of technical efficiency to determine local returns to scale in DEA models. in Science.implications for development.: MIT Press . RIS discussion paper no. M.P. Cambridge University Press World investment reports . E. (1989): Innovation and learning. (1964): The economic theory of' managerial' capitalism. (1998): The competitive advantage of nations. Mass. M. University of connecticut. W. New Delhi .

Promotion & advertising : Core requirement for effectiveness . brand equity . types of selling 10. concepts in LSCM 7. India.common methods –advertising. positions & factors involved . Introduction: Business drivers & changing dictates in business & marketing . positioning & perceived value building. performance monitoring . PR & SP 8. Industrial. promotional mix .(2005): Marketing management . planning distribution . India. rural marketing-critical points: Issues & challenges 12. decisions involved . Product & its management: Understanding classifications & types of products/services. common branding strategies . services. Product & brand issues : Definition . Philip and Kevin Lane Keller. 3.challenges . approaches 9. Organizing the marketing effort: Common structure & formats . Sales & marketing: Marketing & selling –Understanding the difference . David L. global exposure. Boone.(2007): Marketing management. New product management : Understanding new product .(2007): Principles of marketing. Pricing & its management : Objectives .Thomson. introduction to market mix & its components and ‘PACS’ Matrix. USA. product life cycle & management through PLC. Arun and N.issues & challenges 6. distribution mix & functions . methods & approaches . channel management . building successful brands 5. Distribution : Importance .creating customer centricity . Overall market mix management aims: Segmental purchase decision influencers . and Louis E. idea generation points . performance bench marking 11.southwestern. process & development stages . Prentice-Hall Kumar.PAPER 203: MARKETING MANAGEMENT 1. formats & levels . typical launch methods 4. marketing & Ethics 2. buyer’s expectations . 19 .Vikas publishing Kurtz. Marketing globally : Common approaches Readings: • • • Kotler. product & market maturity levels. Meenakashi.

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prediction (prediction intervals) and specification problems in the bivariate and multivariate models. G. 2. . The problem of multicollinearity 3. J. Macmillan • Maddala. (2007) : Introductory econometrics. including an introduction to binary dependent variables and the linear probability model 4. Harvard University Press • Freund. A modern approach.Graybill and D. India. Cengage Learning 23 . New Delhi . nested and non-nested hypotheses). (2000) : Econometric Analysis.A. J. New York. Massachusetts. Binary variables in linear regression.M. (2000) : Mathematical statistics. cointegration 6.Boes. The problem of heteroskedasticity 5. (1974) : Introduction to the theory of statistics. Cambridge. F. W. Mc Graw Hil • Ramanathan. (1986) : Elements of Econometrics. inference (including tests of multiple exclusion and linear restrictions.C. (2002): Introductory econometrics with applications. New York. New Delh. T. Ordinary least squares model: Estimation. J. John Wiley & Sons • Mood. A. (2002) : Introduction to Econometrics. Maximum likelihood estimation Readings • Wooldridge. Pearson Education • Kmenta. R.M. India. New Delhi .E.H. Cengage Learning • Amemiya.PAPER 206: FUNDAMENTALS OF ECONOMETRICS 1. (1994) : Introduction to Statistics and Econometrics..S. Prentice Hall • Greene. Introduction to time series regression: Autocorrelation. unit root tests.

Taxonomy and role of financial intermediaries in an emerging market 2. YTM. Graw Hill Chandra. R and S. offshore funds & tax havens. recent advances in the field of commodity markets. Eakins. Graw Hill Khan. debentures. arbitrage and parity conditions in forex markets 5. role of MCX and NCDEX . concept of universal banking.. ( latest ed): Financial management. 24 . participatory notes. USA.major instruments traded in stock markets: equity shares. Commercial and development banks: Changing role and challenges ahead. Money markets: Call money markets. trading in oil and oil futures at New York mercantile exchange (NYMEX).(2008): Financial markets in India . Foreign exchange markets: Foreign exchange reserves of a central bank. Non performing assets in the banking sector. Prasanna. (2000): Principles of corporate finance.C. New Delhi. Mc. Anamica Pub Co S. central bank’s intervention in the currency markets. sub accounts. prime and sub prime lending rate. Rakesh . commercial bills and certificate of deposit 4. corporate bond market (bond rating. options and swaps) 2. Financial market 1. Stock markets: Mechanism by which corporates issue securities. Foreign investment in India: Investment approaches and strategies by foreign institutional investors. Bond markets: Market for risk free bonds (government securities market. Commodity markets: Futures trading of precious metals and other commodities on Indian exchanges. 4. gold exchange traded funds.Myers. Collective investment vehicles (mutual funds. Tata Mc Graw Hill National stock exchange of India.G. default adjusted bond returns . merchant banking and credit rating agencies.listing of securities and trading of securities on indian exchanges. S. Mumbai. New Delhi. 3. Investment.G. cross rates. the securitization act. B Financial intermediaries 1.( 2003): Indian securities market a review. New York. 6. M. 5.Y( latest ed): Indian financial system . Tata Mc. valuation and pricing system). market for commercial paper. NSE Shahani.SEMESTER III PAPER 301: FINANCIAL MARKETS AND INTERMEDIARIES A. spot and forward rates. New Delhi.stock market indices. term structure and risk structure of interest rates . Addison Wesley Longman Inc. treasury bill markets.(1999): Finance investments. mortgage backed securities) 3. pension funds and insurance companies) Readings: • • • • • • Brealey. derivatives (futures & forwards. Institutions and management.

BOOT. measuring the impact of ICT. a theoretical analysis.S. structure of higher education and problems of its financing in India . Centre for business research. impact of IT on economic performance and trade. specificities of information markets and network goods. a survey. (2005): The service economy in OECD countries. Mincerian equation. and Singh A. competition in infrastructure sector. economic growth and structural shifts in favour of services. issues in infrastructure finance. G. Grossman’s model of health care services. illiteracy and lack of information. health dimensions of macro economics development. Impact of ICT on markets and society at large direct and indirect macroeconomic impact on growth . measuring micro effects of education. STI working paper 2005/3. malnutrition. Economics of ICT: ICT industry: An introduction growth of the global ICT industry. over education. modes of project financing. other issues in education policy 3. free. implications of the service sector growth for long run growth. the evolution of the sectoral regulation since the liberalisation of the telecommunications market in 1998 in India. causes of growth . Economics of education: Micro theories of education . Micro effects of health. (2005): Role of services in the growth Process:.class and gender perspectives. and Gupta P. pricing for infrastructure sector. 5. (1962): Investment in human capital. primary education. Health: Economic dimensions of health care . service sector in India. performance based regulation. government funding and issues. Introduction: Basic concepts of services. role of subsidies. reform acts. PPP in education. community based health insurance. classification of services (CPC). ministry of human resource development Becker. Journal of political economy. the case for universal. economics of health insurance. working paper No. familiarity with e-governance. University of Cambridge. Readings • Dasgupta S. cost disease hypothesis and its implications on growth. signaling theory of education.poverty. need for specific sectoral regulation (discussions on case studies).PAPER 302: ECONOMICS OF SERVICES 1. restructuring and privatisation of infrastructure sector with special reference to India. New Delhi. Becker’s theory. UK Wolff A. empirical evidence. development of infrastructure projects -BOO. working paper. inequalities in health . 2. (2005): Will services be the new engine of economic growth in India. trade in services. statistical analysis of science. natural monopoly and economics of infrastructure regulation. 70(5) : 9-49 25 • • • • • . 310. Economics of Infrastructure services : Role of infrastructure in economic development. institutional issues in health care delivery. IMF Banga R. health policy. human resources and human capital development empirical evidence government policies. determinants of health . 4. (2003): Understanding India’s services revolution. rate of return regulation. financing of health care and resource constraints. theory and empirical evidence. BOLT etc. technology and industry Gordon J. new growth theories and macro economic effects of education.ICRIER Government of India (2005): Report on the CABE committee on autonomy of higher education institutions.demand and supply of health care.

the review of economic performance and social progress volume 2 Grossman. Yale University Devadasn N. Vol. (1996): Information technology and productivity: Review of the literature in advances in computers. & Keith Banting. M. (2004): Reforming infrastructure. Kessides. and competition. Institute for the study of labor Duraisamy (2000): Changes in return to education in India.New Delhi Ahuja. working paper 7078USA. E (2002): The impact of health on productivity: macro and microeconomic evidence and policy implications. ICRIER Grossman (1999) : The human capital model of the demand for health.L. 1.Economic and political weekly Tompa. (2004): Community health insurance in India . Center discussion paper no. (2003): Inequities in health and health care in India.Paris Erik B. 179-214 Dedrick. Rasnon K. India • • • • • • • • • • 26 . India. M. a critical review of the empirical evidence. pp. economic growth center.measurement. (1973): Job Market signaling. 815. academic press. . regulation. (2006): The return to schooling in structural dynamic models:. NCAER (2006):E readiness report . Di (ed. Can the poor hope for a respite? discussion paper Institute of economic growth. OECD Directorate for science. NBER. 87(3). technology and industry. Krarmer (2003): Information technology and economic performance.India OUP OECD (2007): The Economic Impact of ICT:.• • • • • Spence. J. institute of economic . New Delhi. Gurbaxani and K. Quarterly journal of economics. (2004): Health insurance for the poor in India. 80 (2) 223-255 Gupta I. working paper. I. 35. 43. privatization. Vol. 355-374 Christian B. in: Andrew Sharpe. evidence and implications. V. 1983-94y Gender.a survey of the literature.and Yang S..). Agecohort and Location. an overview. March 2003. R. the review of economic performance and social progress. 1–28. No. P. ACM computing surveys. working paper.The Journal of political economy. (1972): On the concept of health capital and the demand for health. by world Bank/Oxford University Press India infrastructure report (2008): Business models of the future.

Instrumental variables : Two-stage least squares. Cengage Learning . New Delhi. Baltagi.John Wiley and Sons Ltd. truncated and censored distributions. Qualitative response models and limited dependent variable models : Logit and probit models.M. and P. Cambridge University Press Maddala. A. R. MIT Press. Oxford. Cambridge . fixed effects. (1986) : Analysis of panel data. New York. Simultaneous equations models : The identification problem and problem of aggregation 4. Pooled cross section and panel data models .MacKinnon (2004): Econometric theory and methods. Pooling time series and cross-section data. tobit models Readings • • • • • • • Wooldridge. Cambridge University Press Wooldridge. J. (2002): Econometric analysis of cross-section and panel data. 27 . and J.H.M. Cameron. Hsiao. C.Trivedi (1998) : Regression analysis of count data. (2005): Econometric analysis of panel data . G. (2007): Introductory econometrics: . Mass. Oxford university press. B. (1983) : Limited-dependent and qualitative variables in econometrics Cambridge . Cambridge . overidentification and overidentifying restrictions 3. J. Cambridge Press University Davidson. random effects.GROUP I QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES IN BUSINESS PAPER 311: ADVANCED ECONOMETRICS 1. method of moments estimation. measurement error. Cambridge. a modern approach. dynamic models 2.

Jenkins and G. Box-Jenkins methodology. McGrawHill Box. Rubinfeld. the GARCH process Readings • • • • • Pindyck. random walk. Pearson Education. Regression with Time Series Data: Problems of autocorrelation and heteroscedasticity. John Wiley and Sons Hanke. forecasting with serially correlated errors. Forecasting Theory and Methods: Overview and types of forecasts. co-integrated time series 7. conditional forecasting 3.. specification of Arima models. Properties of stochastic time series: Characterizing time series: The autocorrelation function. 28 .PAPER 312: TIME SERIES AND BUSINESS FORECASTING 1. (1997): Econometric Models and Economic Forecasts. New York. (8th Edition) Pearson Education.C. Methods and Applications. G. 2. modeling and forecasting: The ARCH process. Forecasting with a single-equation regression model: unconditional forecasting. and Daniel L. Blackwell Spyros Makridakis. smoothing and seasonal adjustment 5. Wheelwright and Rob J. properties of Arima forecasts 10. Steven C. Practical Business Forecasting.P. J. Hyndman ( 1998): Forecasting. Reinsel (2009): Time Series Analysis: forecasting and control.and D. 6. mixed autoregressive and moving average models.M. Wichern(2009): Business forecasting. testing for random walks. UK. Linear time series: Moving average models. Michael K. Choosing forecasting techniques. autoregressive models. Causality and erogeneity 4.E. stationarity. USA.Robert S. Volatility measurement. 8. Evans. USA.W. the forecast methodology error. 9.( 2003). Forecasting with time series models: Computing a forecast. homogeneous non-stationary processes: Arima models. Time Series and their components. George E. John Wiley and Sons. Moving Averages and Smoothing Methods: Simple extrapolation models.

Mass. MIT Press. Princeton. Osborne M. shapely value etc. Princeton . Mas-Colell A. Cambridge. Static and dynamic games of incomplete information : Bayesian-Nash equilibrium. Harvard University Press.K. Princeton University Press Fudenberg D. Repeated games : Nash folk theorems. Cooperative games: Nash bargaining solution.Princeton University Press. pure and mixed strategy Nash equilibrium 2.. Strategic games : Concepts of dominance. Kreps D. (1990) : A course in microeconomic theory. Mass. MIT Press. and J. Mass: MIT Press. Green and M. J. Cambridge. Extensive games : Backward induction outcomes in games with perfect information. (1982): Game theory in the social sciences.Whinston (1995): Microeconomic theory. Rubinstein bargaining solution 3.USA. 29 . R. perfect Bayesian equilibrium and sequential equilibrium 5. Readings • • • • • • • Gibbons. concepts of core. (1992): Game theory for applied economists. Cambridge.U. Rubinstein (1994): A course in game theory. subgame perfect equilibrium in games with imperfect information.PAPER 313: GAME THEORY AND APPLICATION 1. finitely and infinitely repeated games 4. and A. Myerson R. (1997): Game theory: analysis of conflict.Ooxford University Press. Shubik M. Tirole (1994): Game theory.

marketing research agencies 14. factor analysis. client / researcher management concern. sampling size decisions 10. Sage. New Delhi. The setting of experiments and experimental designs extension of true experimental design.uses. overview of research process 2. Marketing research – An introduction . Paul (2002): Market Research.Albaum. New Delhi . and Gerald S. Scott M. multidimensional scaling. a guide to planning. Cases in marketing research: Product research . the client / researcher interface. metodology and evaluation. selection of an experimental design 6.( 2004) Marketing Research. Data analysis and interpretation : Investigation of associations (interdependence methods).New York Kogan Page Nargundkar Rajendra. evaluating new marketing strategies 13. Presentation of research findings 12. . Questionnaire design and functions of questionnaire 8. Measurement and scaling: Managerial considerations for measurement error avoidance. misuses and futures advances New Delhi. the development of measurement scaling methods.Tata McGraw Grover. Rajiv and Marco Vriens (2006): The handbook of marketing research. Marketing information & decision support systems 3. Emerging applications of marketing research : Database marketing & relationship marketing. value & limitations. Research objectives & plans 5.GROUP –II MARKETING AND DISTRIBUTION PAPER 321: MARKETING RESEARCH 1. Sage. Sampling: Researcher summary of sampling selection. articulation with decision stages . information systems and marketing research 4. planning requirements of efficient analysis 11. selecting the appropriate scale to use 7. basic & applied research.(2005): Fundamentals of marketing research. ethical issues involving the treatment of respondents/subjects. ethical issues relating to the treatment of research Readings: • • • • Haque. ethical issues in the treatment of buyers / clients.. managing marketing research development. Ethical issues in marketing research: Code of ethics.2005 30 . cluster analysis. brand positioning and market segmentation . Qualitative research: Observation and psychological measures 9. client / researcher interface. advertising research marketing & sales analysis research .2006 Smith. Application of marketing research.

marketing audit . channel management decisions-designs. product branding and customer service strategies. Macmillan Publishers 31 . Subash C. planning and control . generic strategies 5.(2001): Strategic marketing.Ruth Ashford. New Delhi. 6. Texas South-Western Publisher Nag.(1996): Marketing planning and strategy. customer analysis 4. McGrawHill/Irwin Davidson.& Nigel Piercy (2002):Strategic Marketing. David W. India.K. Distribution strategy: Channel members roles and responsibilities. Targeting and positioning strategies: Segmenting in markets . Advertising and sales promotion strategies: Public relations and direct marketing strategies. managing the product/service portfolio. internal controllable pricing elements . Graeme. 3. Huge.PAPER 322: STRATEGIC MARKETING MANAGEMENT 1. (2008): Strategic marketing. Pearson Publishers Drummond.U. designing life cycle strategies. Marketing strategy and planning : Business strategy and competitive advantage. Strategic marketing management .(2004): Offensive marketing:. Product and Brand strategies: Planning for new products.Introduction: competitive pressures and change in market place 2. an action guide to gaining competitive advantage. Singapore. sales force strategies 8.. relationship strategies. marketing costs and financial analysis. John Ensor.. Keegan. Jain. competitive pricing matrix 7.incorporating the psychographics perspective. Pricing strategy: External uncontrollable pricing forces impacting strategy. cooperation. Elyse Arno Brill . conflict and power. A. Warren J. Butterworth-Heinemann.. Readings • • • • • • Cravens. understand the key strategies of perceivedvalue pricing and value pricing . Market and environmental analysis: Competitor analysis .

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fence.GROUP-III BUSINESS FINANCE PAPER 331: FINANCIAL DERIVATIVES AND RISK MANAGMENT 1. modeling term structure: bootstrapping and other methods. efficient diversification of investments New York. Fischer. M and S. MIT Press.(latest ed) Security analysis and portfolio management. 11.New Delhi. intrinsic value option premium. risk neutral probabilities. 3.. currency . 10.: PP 7-91.( 2002): Financial markets and corporate strategy . 6. black scholes portfolio insurance & hedge ratios. Bank capital requirement under basel 1 and basel 2 Credit risk management and credit scoring models Migration analysis.F and R. E. collars . in the money and out of money.(2006): Investment management. regime switching models for volatility: use of arch and Garch.1. time decay in options Hedging and synthetic asset creation with futures. Option premium. Simon. 12. understanding stock price behaviour. looking beyond var. Graw Hill. New York Wiley 33 . equity and credit default swaps. determinants and pricing of forward and futures prices. estimating value at risk (var) using various models. implied volatility Geometric Brownian motion. Mc. Markowitz. Prediction of default and estimating credit default probability using multiple discriminate analysis and other methods. 8. two stage option pricing. payoff. Monte Carlo simulation advanced hedging techniques. option valuation using binomial trees. New Delhi India. income gap and duration gap analysis Readings: • • • • • • Benninga. McGraw Hill. financial engineering through use of exotic options. New Delhi.Cambridge Massachusetts Bodie. Markowitz . London . Swaps : Interest rate. their payouts and option like securities.J. M. Jordan. Alan J Marcus and P. 4. Harry. 2. regime switching models for returns. 7. ZVI. Harry. Concepts. relation between puts and calls. volatility estimation. 9. Prentice Hall Grimblatt. co integration process. Titman. Combination strategies using options: Neutralising the risk. Journal of finance. M. properties of high frequency financial time series. Mohanty. Option Types : At the money.(1999): Financial modelling. spread. 5. straddle.(1952): Portfolio selection . applications of extreme value theory (evt).( 1959):Portfolio selection. 7 No. Markov and wiener process. Alex Kane.

risk premium puzzle and other issues. valuation and performance appraisal 2.. risk tolerance vs. Harry. Eakins. 5.. Graw Hill . Shahani. Brealey.F and M.(latest ed): ‘Theory and problems of investments.Technical and fundamental analysis 6. M. New Delhi. efficient diversification of investments. information and m2 ratios. (2006): Investment management . J.Prentice Hall Bodie. term structure of interest rates.Arbitrage pricing model: Single and multi factor models. J.Portfolio performance measurement using ratios: S&P risk adjusted ratio.Issues in behavioral finance: Rational and irrational investment decisions. 3. loss tolerance. Wiley. Prentice Hall. 1073-1103.13 No.( 1980): An empirical investigation into the arbitrage pricing theory.J. market timing and shifting strategies of a manager. Markowitz . (2008):Financial markets in india .NY. India.Miller. Markowitz. pure risk vs. ( 1976): “ The arbitrage theory of capital asset pricing”Journal of economic theory.G. Treynor.Journal of finance No.PAPER 332: INVESTMENT AND PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT 1. New Delhi. diversification concepts. Rinchart and Winston Fischer.rebalancing of portfolios Readings: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Alexander. yield curve. 7 No. journal of finance.(1999): Finance. New Delhi. New York. security market line and capital market line . Jordan(. McGraw Hill. Capital Asset Prices. S. Fama’s model. Taylor. Rakesh.C. Prasanna.H.(1952): Portfolio selection. Harry. Alan J Marcus and P. Schaum’s Outline Series.F.(2002): Financial markets and corporate strategy. W. semi strong and strong forms of market efficiency. speculative risk. 1959): Portfolio selection. S. Tata Mc.G.C & R. and Jensen ratios.Market efficiency :The random walk model.(2000): Principles of corporate finance. M and S. Ross. The capital asset pricing model (CAPM): Concepts of risk and return. Mc. Sharpe and Bailey.(1964): A theory of market equilibrium under conditions of risk. Graw Hill Grimblatt. Stephen. Bond management: Concept of YTM. immunization and other bond management strategies.F and R. beta of a stock. duration and modified duration.3. M.V (200)2: Fundamentals of investment. Journal of finance 35 .CAPM. investments.J. behavior .1. Fama E. W.W.. institutions and management.. Mohanty. 8. 34 . Francis. R and Stephen Ross. weak.19 . Graw Hil.F. Graw Hil.: PP 7-91.NY.(latest ed): Financial management. Mc. Anamica Pub Co Sharpe.New Delhi. Stock markets: Concepts.Myers. Chandra. bond convexity.Mc.NY. Holt. New Delhi. index model and market model. USA. ZVI. New Delhi. factor replicating portfolios 4. markowitz portfolio theory. R and S. E. Sharpe. Alex Kane. mean variance framework . PP 341-360 Roll. Titman. Addison Wesley Longman Inc.1999): Security analysis and portfolio management. capital allocation line.(. systematic and unsystematic risk. G. style analysis. event studies & calendar effects 7.(1972): The theory of finance.

Giegel. 35 . Singapore Irwin. Galgotia Publishing Company Shim. USA Addison Wesley Fama E. asymmetric information: agency costs.Y . . direct and indirect . Capital structure and corporate strategy: Modigliani and Miller theorem. Failure and reorganisation : Voluntary settlement. Tata Mc Graw Hilli Myers . India. .New Delhi. m-m with corporate and personal taxation. T and J. weighted average cost of capital 5. clientele theory of dividends.(1972): The theory of finance. role of the regulator. New York. approaches to capital structure. Titman. Dividend discount model: One.C.F and M.S. Graw Hill. Chandra.P. industry associations and trade unions.Miller. financial evaluation of a merger and takeovers 8. Cost of capital: Leveraged and unleveraged cost of capital. 3. 2004): Financial management. equity-debt conflict capital structure.( 2006) Financial management . Mergers and acquisitions: Types and motives behind M&A. preferred stock and long term debt financing . bankruptcy costs .( 2002): Financial markets and corporate strategy.(1988):Financial theory and corporate policy.H. Mc. two and multi stage growth and other related models. Weston. financial distress and pecking order of financing decisions. corporate decisions and behavioral finance. financial and operating leverage.R. debt overhang problem. Capital structure and leverage: Value of a firm. (2006): Principles of corporate finance. M.NY.Schaum Outline Series. Copeland.Tata Mc Graw Hill Co. 6. (1977) : Determinants of corporate borrowing .( latest Ed): Financial management. Journal of financial economics pp 147-75 Rustagi. role of insiders and firm value. bankruptcy costs. agency costs of debt and outside equity. EBIT-EPS analysis 4. adverse selection theory.India. Long term financing: Common stock.Myers. Rinchart and Winston Grimblatt.theory concepts and applications . Graw Hill.J & J. Information content of financial decisions: Information content of dividends. price earnings approach to stock valuation.New Delhi. Graw Hill. mm theory revisited.(latest ed): Financial Management. share repurchases: valueaddition. lintner’s smoothened partial adjustment model. valuation aspects Readings: • • • • • • • • • Brealey. Tata Mc. Khan.warrants and convertibles 2. dissolution and law suits. 7. Holt. M and S. R and S. Prasanna .Mc.PAPER 333: APPLIED CORPORATE FINANCE 1.

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