Devendra Kodwani
Devendra Kodwani
Professor of Financial Management and Corporate Governance and Executive Dean Faculty of Business
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The regulation of the United Kingdom electricity industry: an event study of price-capping measures
AW Dnes, DG Kodwani, JS Seaton, D Wood
Journal of Regulatory Economics 13 (3), 207-226, 1998
731998
Financial strategy
J Rutterford, M Upton, D Kodwani
John Wiley and Sons Ltd, 2006
442006
Stock market investors' use of stop losses and the disposition effect
DW Richards, J Rutterford, D Kodwani, M Fenton-O'Creevy
The European Journal of Finance 23 (2), 130-152, 2017
372017
Big data academic and learning analytics: Connecting the dots for academic excellence in higher education
SS Chaurasia, D Kodwani, H Lachhwani, MA Ketkar
International Journal of Educational Management, 2018
262018
Shareholder wealth creation following M&A: Evidence from European utility sectors
S Datta, D Kodwani, H Viney
Applied Financial Economics 23 (10), 891-900, 2013
242013
A functional competition policy for India
PS Mehta
Academic Foundation, 2006
232006
International evidence on the determinants of organizational ethical vulnerability
S Ullah, S Ahmad, S Akbar, D Kodwani
British Journal of Management 30 (3), 668-691, 2019
172019
Trust and the demand for personal collateral in SME-bank relationships
A Moro, MR Lucas, D Kodwani
The Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance 16 (1), 57-79, 2012
142012
Is the disposition effect related to investors’ reliance on System 1 and System 2 processes or their strategy of emotion regulation?
DW Richards, M Fenton-O'Creevy, J Rutterford, DG Kodwani
Journal of Economic Psychology 66, 79-92, 2018
132018
The impact of ICT‐enabled offshoring announcements on share prices
E Daniel, D Kodwani, S Datta
Journal of Enterprise Information Management, 2009
132009
Privatisation policy and power sector reforms: Lessons from British experience for India
D Wood, D Kodwani
Economic and Political Weekly, 2350-2358, 1997
121997
Privatisation policy and power sector reforms: Lessons from British experience for India
D Wood, D Kodwani
Economic and Political Weekly, 2350-2358, 1997
121997
Privatisation policy and power sector reforms: Lessons from British experience for India
D Wood, D Kodwani
Economic and Political Weekly, 2350-2358, 1997
121997
Ethics to accountants: Challenges of a global qualification
D Kodwani, M Schillinger
3rd International Symposium ‘Can morality be taught, 2009
92009
Small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) and their cost of capital
A Moro, M Lucas, D Kodwani
82010
Regulatory Institution and Regulatory Practice: Issues in Electricity Tariff Determination in Reformed Electricity Industry in India
DG Kodwani
Available at SSRN 1517180, 2009
82009
Economic regulation of utility industries
DG Kodwani
Economic and Political Weekly, 2657-2661, 2000
52000
Benchmarking water utilities’ performance using data envelopment analysis
D Wood, P Barrar, D Kodwani
Fifth European Workshop on Effi ciency and Productivity Analysis, Copenhagen …, 1997
51997
Analysing corporate governance and accountability practices from an African neo-patrimonialism perspective: Insights from Kenya
D Kimani, S Ullah, D Kodwani, P Akhtar
Critical Perspectives on Accounting 78, 102260, 2021
32021
Governance disclosure quality and market valuation of firms in UK and Germany
S Ullah, S Ahmad, S Akbar, D Kodwani, J Frecknall‐Hughes
International Journal of Finance & Economics, 2020
32020
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