Rajashri Chatterjee

Education : Ph.D. (The University of Burdwan), Masters in Finance (University of Calcutta) & MBA (WBUT)

Designation : Assistant Professor (Finance)

Contact: +91-33-66529-636

Email: [email protected]

About Rajashri Chatterjee

Dr. Rajashri Chatterjee is the Assistant Professor( Finance ) at International Management Institute (IMI) Kolkata. She holds a doctorate from The University of Burdwan. She has completed her Masters in Finance from the University of Calcutta and MBA (Finance) from West Bengal University of Technology. Prior to joining IMI Kolkata she worked as a Finance Executive at Rabindranath Tagore International Institute of Cardiac Sciences and AMRI Hospitals Ltd in Kolkata, India. She is the Editorial Manager of IMI Konnect, the Scholarly Management Publication of IMI Kolkata. She has contributed articles for journals and IMI Konnect, co-authored book chapters and has papers to her credit that have been presented in conferences in India and abroad.

Book
  • Sondhi, N., Panigrahi, R. Pang, M. & Chatterjee, R. (eds.). Comparative Development of India and China: Economic, Technological, Sectoral & Socio-cultural Insights, SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd (forthcoming).
Book Chapters
  • Banik A., Chatterjee R. and Nag T. (2017). Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank: Role and Implications for Emerging Asian Economies. In: Banik A., Barai M., Suzuki Y. (eds) Towards A Common Future. Palgrave Macmillan, Singapore.
  • Mukherjee P. and Chatterjee R. (2016). Corporate Social Responsibility Practices: A Comparative Study of India and Asia. In: Mukherjee P., Deb A.K., Pang, M. (eds) China & India: History, Culture, Cooperation and Competition, (Eds), Sage Publications
  • Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank: Role and Implications for Emerging Asian Economies (with Banik, A. & Nag, T.). In: Banik A., Barai M., Suzuki Y. (eds) Towards A Common Future. Palgrave Macmillan, Singapore.
Book Reviews
  • Declaring Breakdowns: Powerfully creating a future that matters, through 6 simple steps by Sameer Dua, Global Business Review, 18 (1), 271-274.
  • The Future of Branding by Rajendra K. Srivastava and Gregory Metz Thomas, Global Business Review, 17 (6), 1524-1527.
Conference/Seminar Papers

  • “The Linkage between Earnings Management and Corporate Governance: Case Study of an Indian Manufacturing Industry (with Debdas Rakshit)”, paper presented at the International Conference on Business, Economics, Education and Social Sciences (ICBEESS), 2018 held at Dhaka, Bangladesh during January 25-26, 2018.
  • “Trade Openness, Conflicts and Sino-Indian Relations: Identifying Impacts on Poverty in Eastern India (with Arindam Banik)”, paper presented at the Twelfth Annual Conference of Asia-Pacific Economic Association (APEA) hosted by IMI Kolkata, Kolkata, July 13-15, 2016.
  • “India’s Retail Policy: Securing a Balance between the Physical Store and E-commerce (with Mohua Banerjee)”, Oxford Retail Futures Conference: Public Policy in Retail and Supply Chain Management, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, December 8-9, 2015 (paper has been presented by co-author).
  • “CSR Practices: A Comparative Study of India and Asia (with Paramita Mukherjee)”, Sino-India Forum on Sino-Indian Relation: Change and Development, Chengdu, China, October 26-27, 2015 (paper presented by co-author).
  • “Corporate Social Responsibility in India: The Paradigm Shift”, paper presented at the Two-day National Seminar on Contemporary Issues in Business, organized by Department of Commerce, The University of Burdwan, March 13-14, 2014.
Journal
  • Why Do COVID-19 Fatality Rates Differ Across Countries? An Explorative Cross-country Study Based on Select Indicators (with Banik, A., Nag, T. & Roy Chowdhury, S.) (2020). Global Business Review,  https://doi.org/10.1177/0972150920929897
  • Association Between Earnings Management and Corporate Governance Mechanisms: A Study Based on Select Firms in India  (with Rakshit, D.) (2020). Global Business Review, https://doi.org/10.1177/0972150919885545
  • Revisiting Boardroom Priorities during Covid-19 Crisis (with Rakshit, D.) (2020), The Chartered Accountant, 69 (2), 62-67.
PGDM
  • Financial Accounting and Analysis
  • Financial Institutions Markets & Services