Indian Institute of Finance is launching it's quarterly journal,
has opened a platform for researchers to participate in studies
on various aspects of Finance"
Times, Bombay, February 21, 1988
well researched edition, this is a must for every academician as
well as layman to get a first hand detailed account of economic
related issues in India"
Express, New Delhi, February 28, 1988
Institute of Finance by starting a research Journal Finance India
and bringing out Vol II.No. 1 March issue has provided a major
forum, to scholars for intra-disciplinary and interdisciplinary
study of various aspects of Finance, Accountancy and related areas...March
1988 issue of the journal edited by Prof
J.D.Agarwal together with an exalted
Board of Editors from all over the world including MIT, Harvard
and Imperial College of Science and Technology, besides several
prominent scholars from India, focuses on four major aspects..."
Herald, April 20, 1988
Institute of Finance has released the June 1988 issue of its quarterly
Journal of Finance India. The journal is edited by Prof J.D. Agarwal.
The Editorial Board includes Franco
Modigliani Nobel Laureate of MIT, Robert
Financial Express, August 7, 1988
journal strives to act as a platform for research scholars to present
their views on financial subjects. It is forum for discussion and
contains dissertations of various academicians... the scholarly
and in-depth studies in the journal will be of interest to
economists, research scholars, economic institutions and academicians"
Financial Express, February 19, 1989
journal under review contains articles ranging from corporate capital,
accounting information, capital budgeting, measurement of the cost
of capital to tax incentives on some select economies of the world...The
book review section is also impressive..."
Financial Express, August 27, 1989
projection exercises of the Planning Commission required 'urgent
scrutiny' as they were not always based on statistical methods,
he said in an article in the latest quarterly journal of Indian
Institute of Finance"
Express, The Telegraph, The Statesman, February 5, 1990
is a need to design and develop a modified expenditure tax (MET)
plan which makes for a broad tax plan as well as assuring revenue-neutrality.
The following are the extracts from the journal, 'Finance India'
brought out by The Indian Institute
Express, December 23, 1990
recent study by Indian Institute of
Finance (IIF) demands a change in the fiscal structure that
gives direct taxes an important role in resource mobilization. The
study published in the December 1990
'Finance India' brought out by the Institute points out that a progressive
system of direct taxation does not necessarily curtail growth of
savings and investment"
Express, February 8, 1991
distress by Merton.H.Miller, excerpts from Nobel Prize Lecture on
leverage given by Professor Miller on December 7, 1990, published
in the Finance India, March 1991, of the Indian
Institute of Finance"
Express, May 12, 1991
is a very impressive publication and I congratulate you for a very
Choudhry, Vikram Sarabhai Foundation, February 3, 1993
Indian Institute of Finance (IIF) has developed a new model
for evaluating capital projects...The new model was developed by
two Indian Economists Professor J.AGARWAL of IIF and Mr. C.P.Gupta
of Delhi University. The new Model suggests the way of Processing
fuzzy information about goals and integrate them in decision making
Express, July 29, 1991
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