Dr. Kavya T B

Research Fellow

Area: Finance

Dr. Kavya holds a Ph.D. in Commerce from Pondicherry Central University, Puducherry. She was awarded UGC-JRF and SRF fellowships to pursue her Ph.D. After her Ph.D., she completed a research internship in the Department of Economics and Policy Analysis (DEPA) at the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), Mumbai. Her research interests include Corporate Finance, Corporate Governance, Capital Markets, and General Economics.

Educational Qualifications :

  • Ph.D.-Commerce, Pondicherry Central University, Puducherry, India.
  • UGC – JRF, SRF & NET.
  • M.Com-Finance, University of Calicut, Kerala, India.
  • MBA-Finance, Pondicherry Central University, Puducherry, India.

Research Experience :

  • Research Intern, Department of Economics and Policy Analysis (DEPA), Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), Mumbai.

Research Publications:

  • Kumar, Jitender; T B, Kavya; Bagga, Amit; S, Uma; Saiteja, M; Gupta, Kashish; Js, Harish; Roy, Ronit, Mean reversion in profitability and earnings: Evidence from India (2007-2020), Managerial Finance, Emerald Publishing, (ABDC ‘B’ category).
  • Supriyo Ghose, Premasundara Iyengar, Aditi Guha Raja, Neha Yogesh, Borundiya Mahavir Manoj and Kavya T B, Growth Indices and their Co-integration: A Correlation Analysis, Empirical Economics Letters, Volume 20, Number 7, July 2021, ISSN 1681-8997 (ABDC ‘C’ category).
  • Kavya, Balakrishnan & Santhakumar, Shijin. (2020). Economic Development, Financial Development, And Income Inequality Nexus. Borsa Istanbul Review, (ABDC ‘C’ category).
  • Kavya, B., & Shijin, S. (2017). Ownership and Control of Widely and Closely Held Firms in India. Vision, 21(4), 449–460, (ABDC ‘C’ category).

Research grants, awards, and fellowships:

  • University Grants Commission NET, JRF, & SRF.
  • Completed a research project on Implications of equity prices on ratings of Corporate Bond Market, DEPA-SEBI.
  • First Outstanding Research Paper Award for the Impact of stock market Liberalization on Returns volatility and Economic growth: An evidence from Asian Economies, at the XIII Capital Markets Conference, IICM, Mumbai, India in collaboration with Gokhale Institute of Politics & Economics, Pune, Maharashtra.