Third SEBI-NISM Research Conference on “Investing in Recovery: Challenges and Opportunities for Indian Securities Markets”

Conference dates

24 Feb 2022 - 25 Feb 2022

Location

Navi Mumbai, India

Description

Call for Papers – Third SEBI-NISM Research Conference 2022

Third SEBI-NISM Research Conference invites academicians, researchers, students and other stakeholders to send original unpublished research papers on “Investing in Recovery: Challenges and Opportunities for Indian Securities Markets”. The conference is to be held during 24-25 February, 2022.

The goal of this conference is to continuously improve the research standards in securities markets and facilitate industry academia interaction. This conference is a platform for every participant to share their unique perspectives, thoughts and knowledge.

Conference Themes:

Broad conference themes include the following:

▪ Capital Markets in the Changing Context;
▪ Sustainable Finance;
▪ Culture of Equity and Long-Term Investment by Households;
▪ Role of the Social Stock Exchanges;
▪ Evolving Market Landscape;
▪ Indian Commodity Markets.
Key Dates:

Dates for the Conference: February 24-25, 2022

Last date for Submission of Final Paper: December 25, 2021

Announcement of Acceptance of Paper for Presentation latest by: January 30, 2022

Conference Registration Begins: February 05, 2022

Last Date for Registration: February 22, 2022

Prize Money:

• A lump sum amount of ₹5,000 will be awarded per selected paper to the author (to the first author only, if the paper is co-authored).
• The conference will offer the Best Paper Award to three best papers (first, second and third) and will be awarded ₹30,000, ₹25,000 and ₹20,000 respectively, which will be announced at the valedictory session.

Submission of Paper:

Academicians, researchers, students and other stakeholders are invited to submit full papers related to the above specified conference themes.
Further details of themes are given on website under the 'Themes' section.
Final papers are to be submitted on or before the specified dates. Final paper submission is to be done through Easychair as per detailed guidelines available on conference website.

For more details, visit the conference website: https://www.nism.ac.in/?post_type=conference&p=16746

Submit your paper through easy chair link: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=3rdsnrc

Contact Us:

For any queries contact:

Mr. Ashutosh Kumar
Email Id: ssir@nism.ac.in
Mobile No. : 9326022370
WhatsApp No. : 7506581992

Conference Co-coordinator:

Dr. Pradiptarathi Panda
Assistant Professor, NISM
Email: pradiptarathi.panda@nism.ac.in

Conference Coordinator:

Dr. Deepali Dixit,
Deputy General Manager, SEBI
www.sebi.gov.in

Conference Coordinator:

Dr. Jatin TRIVEDI
Associate Professor, NISM
Email: jatin.trivedi@nism.ac.in
www.nism.ac.in

Additional Information

Academicians, researchers, students and other stakeholders are invited to submit full papers related to the specified themes only.

Final papers are to be submitted on or before the specified dates. Final paper submission is to be done through Easychair (https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=3rdsnrc). The guidelines for the paper submission are –

1. There will be only one paper by one author/co-author.
2. Only empirical papers will be considered for this conference.
3. Papers shall not be longer than 10,000 words excluding bibliography and references.
4. Papers shall be based on data sourced from authentic sources only. The source of data used/referred in the paper should be clearly mentioned.
5. Papers needs to be submitted in pdf/word along with a maximum of 5 key words along with Journal of Economic Literature (JEL) codes.
6. The paper should be unpublished and original.
7. The plagiarism of the paper should not exceed 25%. If it exceeds will not be considered for the review process.
8. All papers will be blind reviewed to ensure that an adequate standard has been maintained and proposed subject of the submitted paper is as per the proposed themes of the conference.
9. The author’s details including name, title, current position along with the name of the organisation, and contact details needs to be mentioned only in the title page. These details are not to be mentioned in the paper. The authors need to submit two files. One is the title page and another is the main paper.
10. No changes will be allowed in the paper title, paper and authorship after submission.
11. Footnotes can be used but end notes need to be avoided.
12. Authors will be fully responsible for the accuracy of the data used in the manuscripts. Due reference needs to be given in the paper for the same.
13. Bibliographical references need to be cited using the American Psychological Association (APA) style.
14. All tables need to be numbered in Arabic numerals and should always be cited in the text with consecutive numbers. Each table should contain a ‘’Title of the Table’’. Footnotes of the table should be in subscript lowercase letters and needs to be placed below the table body. The table font should be 10, times new roman and it should be properly aligned.
15. Paper should be in Times New Roman Font with a font size of 12 and spacing of 1.5 between the lines.
16. All figures need to be numbered and titled in chronological order. The figures should not be blurred.
17. Paper layout should be One-column Portrait.
18. Any violation of the rules given above will cause for the rejection of the paper.

Bibliographic References:

1. References should include (a) Author’s surname, initials as it appears on the cited works, (b) Year of publication, (c) “Title of the paper”, (d) Name of the Journal, (e) Volume number, (f) (Issue number), and (g) Page references.
2. References must appear at the end of the manuscript and not as footnotes on each page.
3. Each source cited in the paper must appear in the reference list; likewise, each entry in the reference list must be cited in the text portion of the paper.
4. Reference list entries should be alphabetized by the last name of the first author of each work.
5. All major words in journal titles needs to be capitalize. When referring to books, chapters, articles, or webpages, capitalize only the first letter of the first word of a title and subtitle.
6. An example of bibliographic reference is given below-
Sims, C. A., Stock, J. H., and Watson, M. (1990), Inference in Linear Time Series Models with Some Unit Roots, Econometrica58, 113–144.

Selection of Papers:

1. Papers submitted on or before the timeline will only be considered.
2. Decision of Selection Committee on acceptance/rejection of the paper will be final.
3. A lump sum amount of ₹5,000 will be awarded per selected paper to the author (to the first author only, if the paper is co-authored).
5. The conference will offer the Best Paper Award to three best papers (first, second and third) and will be awarded ₹30,000, ₹25,000 and ₹20,000 respectively, which will be announced at valedictory session.