Mohit Pathak

Education : PhD Symbiosis International (Deemed University)

Specialization : Finance

Designation : Assistant Professor - Finance

Email: [email protected]

About Mohit Pathak

Mohit Pathak is an Assistant Professor of Finance at the International Management Institute Kolkata. He holds a PhD degree from Symbiosis International (Deemed University), Pune. His research interests include corporate governance, corporate social responsibility, and ESG disclosure practices by corporations. He has also presented research papers at several national and international conferences and published research articles in several reputed journals including. Before joining IMI Kolkata, he was associated with the School of Business, RV University, Bengaluru.

  • Ubarhande P., Chandani A., Pathak M., Agrawal R. & Bagade S. (2024). Modelling financial variables using neural networking to access creditworthiness. Financial Internet Quarterly 20(2), pp. 62-76.   
  • Bhatia, A., Chandani, A., Divekar, R., Pathak, M., Ubarhande, P., & Lenka, R. (2023, December). Role of Financial Literacy and Trust in Perceived Usefulness of Robo Advisory Services. In International Conference on Information and Communication Technology for Competitive Strategies (pp. 321-332). Singapore: Springer Nature Singapore.
  • Pathak, M., & Chandani, A. (2023). Board composition, executive compensation, and financial performance: panel evidence from India. International Journal of Disclosure and Governance20(4), 359-373.
  • Pathak, M., & Chandani, A. (2023). The nexus between capital structure and firm-specific factors: evidence from Indian companies. Journal of Economic and Administrative Sciences39(2), 470-487.
  • Wagholikar, S., Chandani, A., Atiq, R., Pathak, M., & Wagholikar, O. (2023, May). Chatgpt-boon or bane: A study from students perspective. In 2023 International Conference on Advancement in Computation & Computer Technologies (InCACCT) (pp. 207-212). IEEE.
  • Jeng, M., Pathak, M., & Chandani, A. (2022). Does Stock Exchange Influence Economic Growth? An Exploratory Study from the Prospective of Gambia. In Information and Communication Technology for Competitive Strategies (ICTCS 2021) Intelligent Strategies for ICT (pp. 599-607). Singapore: Springer Nature Singapore.
  • Financial Accounting
  • Cost Accounting
  • Banking  & Financial Services
  • Financial Institutions