RA in Finance with Professor Omesh Kini
Indian School of Business
Hyderabad, India
24d ago

Responsibilities

The Indian School of Business wants to recruit promising young researchers in the discipline of Accounting, Finance, Information Systems, Marketing, Operations Management, Organizational Behaviour and Strategy.

We seek applications from motivated individuals with a strong academic background to work as Research Associates at ISB.

There is one RA position available in Finance with Professor Omesh Kini , Distinguished University Professor. Professor Kini’s research interests lie in the areas of corporate governance, executive compensation, corporate restructuring activities, labor and product markets, equity issuances, and the dissemination of information into capital markets.

Position details :

  • ISB is looking for candidates with excellent communication skills (oral and written)
  • Analytical capabilities (modeling + statistical analysis) are a must with a Master's level degree (A Bachelor’s level, four-
  • year degree with a high CGPA too is fine)

  • The candidate will assist the Professor in the ongoing research work, data collection, data cleaning, and in the development of research papers
  • Skills and Qualifications

  • Required Qualifications and Skills : A Postgraduate degree in Economics from Delhi School of Economics orB Tech from IIT, NIT or BITS orMBA / PGDBM from premier institutions like IIMsConsistently high CGPA, evidence of academic excellenceExcellent analytical and computing skillsExcellent communication and writing skillsThe candidate must have high standards in terms of quality of work, attention to detail, ability to multi-
  • task and absolute commitment to task completion.

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