Department of Finance


Kontor: SOL/A4.17
Rama Seth
Rama Seth is a Visiting Professor of Finance at the Copenhagen Business School and Professor (on Leave) in the Finance and Control Department at the Indian Institute of Management Calcutta. She earned her PhD at Columbia University in New York City, and has served at leading international policy-making bodies such as the Federal Reserve Bank, The World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, the Bank for International Settlements, and the United Nations.  She has been selected for the 2018 IP 50 Women in Education Leaders Award.
Prof. Seth has over 25 peer-reviewed publications in journals including Journal of Corporate Finance, International Business Review, Journal of Banking and Finance, Financial Management, Journal of International Money and Finance, Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money, and Pacific-Basin Finance Journal. She also has 13 book chapters to her credit. She brings a deep understanding of effective financial and economic policies at the global, national, and firm level. 
She has conducted very successful Management Programs for all levels of Officers of several organizations with excellent and consistent feedback.  Her program delivery has led to repeated requests from HR agencies of the companies whose executives have attended her programs.


Primære forskningsområder
Empirical Corporate Finance
Banks and Financial Institutions
Private Equity and Venture Capital
Curriculum Vitae
Sociale medier
Link til denne hjemmeside

PhD theses, Term papers (all levels)

Andre undervisningsaktiviteter

Udvalgte publikationer


Central Bank Target Rates and Term Structure of Interest Rates: A Study of Six Asian country, (Forthcoming), Anoop Rai, Rama Seth and Nancy White, IIM Management Review.

Allocation to Anchor Investors, Underpricing, and the After Market Performance of IPOs (2018), Rama Seth, S. R. Vishwanatha and D. Prasad, Financial Management, doi:10.1111/fima.12210,



Behavioural Finance: A Re-Examination of Prospect Theory (2017), Rama Seth and Bobbur Abhilash Chowdary , “Theoretical Economics Letters, Vol.7, No. 5.

Effect of Financial Development on the Transmission of Monetary Policy (2017), Rama Seth and Vaanchita Kalyaraman, Theoretical Economics Letters, Vol.7, No.4.


Publikationer sorteret efter:
Rama Seth; Debdipto Banerjee / Covid-19 Crisis and Lessons to be Learnt from the Nordic Countries
I: Insights into Economics and Management. Vol. 5. red. /Bakare Kazeem Kayode. Hooghly : Book Publisher International 2021
Bidrag til bog/antologi
Anoop Rai; Rama Seth; Sunil K. Mohanty / Foreign Bank Lending in the U.S. During Three U.S. Recessions
I: Global Finance Journal, Vol. 48, 5.2021
Tidsskriftartikel > peer review
Shantaram Hegde ; Rama Seth; S. R. Vishwanatha / Ownership Concentration and Stock Returns : Evidence from Family Firms in India.
I: Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, Vol. 61, 6.2020
Tidsskriftartikel > peer review
Varun Jindal; Rama Seth / A New Order of Financing Investments : Evidence from Acquisitions by India's Listed Firms.
I: Journal of Corporate Finance, Vol. 58, 10.2019, s. 307-328
Tidsskriftartikel > peer review
Rama Seth; S. R. Vishwanatha; Durga Prasad / Allocation to Anchor Investors, Underpricing, and the After-market Performance of IPOs
I: Financial Management, Vol. 48, Nr. 1, 2019, s. 159-186
Tidsskriftartikel > peer review
Raj Aggarwal; Varun Jindal; Rama Seth / Board Diversity and Firm Performance : The Role of Business Group Affiliation.
I: International Business Review, Vol. 28, Nr. 6, 12.2019
Tidsskriftartikel > peer review
Anoop Rai; Rama Seth; Nancy A. White / Central Bank Target Rates and Term Structure of Interest Rates : A Study of Six Asia-pacific Countries.
I: IIMB Management Review, Vol. 31, Nr. 3, 9.2019, s. 223-237
Tidsskriftartikel > peer review
Rama Seth; Ankur Mehra / Explaining Small Size Firm Returns through Growth Premium in Indian Capital Markets : An Empirical Investigation.
I: Finance India, Vol. 33, Nr. 2, 2019, s. 347-358
Tidsskriftartikel > peer review
Faglige interesser


Nothing to report