Dr. Preeti Goyal

Dr. Preeti Goyal

Professor

Area: Finance & Accounting

Email: [email protected]

Dr. Preeti Goyal is Professor of Finance. She has over 23 years of international work experience of which 10 have been in the Financial Services industry with leading global organizations like Deloitte & Touche (New York) and Fannie Mae (Washington D.C.) in the USA and IBM Daksh in India and over 13 years in academia with leading B-Schools like the Great Lakes Institute of Management, Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi and Management Development Institute in India and SP Jain School of Global Management in Singapore.

Dr. Goyal is a prolific researcher. Her current research interests are in the areas of sustainability, financial inclusion, capital markets and millennials and has to her credit over 30 publications including blind peer reviewed research papers in high quality international and national journals, case studies, book chapters and conference proceedings. Her publication "User Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Case studies from rural India", published by Springer has been reported by the publisher as most downloaded article and her case study "People Management, the Mantra for Success: The Case of Singhania and Partners" has been categorized as 'Most Popular' on the HBSP collection.

Dr. Goyal serves on the editorial review board of Review of International Business Studies (an ABDC ranked Journal) and is a reviewer for the Journal of Global Information Management (ABDC category A Journal). In the recent past, she has also been a reviewer for reputed refereed annual conference forums of the AOM, ANZAM and BAM.

As part of industry connect, Dr Goyal works with the industry to design and deliver training, executive education and consulting assignments. Her clients include IOCL, JSW Barmer, JSW Bellary, Mizuho Bank, PHD Chamber of Commerce.

Dr. Goyal holds a PhD in the area of Capital Markets from the Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi, India, Masters in Business Administration from the AACSB accredited George Washington University, USA and a Bachelors degree in Commerce from the University of Delhi, India. Dr. Goyal is a member of the Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society of the USA, a recipient of the George Washington Presidential Scholarship, USA and the National Doctoral Fellowship, India.Dr. Preeti Goyal is Professor of Finance. She has over 23 years of international work experience of which 10 have been in the Financial Services industry with leading global organizations like Deloitte & Touche (New York) and Fannie Mae (Washington D.C.) in the USA and IBM Daksh in India and over 13 years in academia with leading B-Schools like the Great Lakes Institute of Management, Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi and Management Development Institute in India and SP Jain School of Global Management in Singapore.

Book Chapters

  • 'Towards a Life with Diginity: Sarovar Beckons PwDs Inclusion' by Preeti Goyal, published by Champions of Change: Catalyzing Inclusion at Workplace. New Delhi: Confederation of Indian Industries (2020)
  • 'Millennials- Understanding and Attracting Them to Higher Education ' by Poornima Gupta with Preeti Goyal (GLIM, Gurgaon), published by IGI Global  (2019)

National & International Journal Publications

  • 'The stock market renaissance: the case of the clearing and settlement process' by Preeti Goyal with Madhu Vij (FMS), published by Int. J. Business and Emerging Markets (2018)
  • 'GEN Y Attributes – Antecedents to Teaching Pedagogy' by Preeti Goyal with Poornima Gupta (GLIM GGN), published by Vison: The Journal of Business Perspective (2017)
  • “Redesigning of the Clearance and Settlement Process and its Impact on its Performance in the Indian Equity Market” (2011), Journal of Economic Policy and Research, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp 22-41, with Dhankar R S.
  • “Redesigning the Clearance and Settlement Process in the Indian Capital Markets” (2011), Asia Pacific Journal of Business and Management, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp 44-55, with Dhankar RS.
  • “Enabling Clearance and Settlement Process Redesign: A Study of the Indian Equity Market” (2010), The Asian Economic Review, Vol. 50, No. 3, pp 505-520, with Dhankar RS.
  • “Antecedents of Clearance and Settlement Process Redesign: A Case of Indian Capital Markets” (2010), Asia-Pacific Business Review, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp 15-29, with Dhankar RS.
  • “Clearance and Settlement Process: The Path Travelled and the Way Forward” (2009), Journal of Economic Policy and Research, Vol. 4, No., pp 137-158, with Dhankar RS.
  • “The FIFTH Perspective: Extending the Balanced Scorecard for Outsourcing” (2008), Journal of Information Technology Research, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 47-56, with Metri BA.
  • “Alliances in Management: A Methodological Perspective” (2008), A.T. Business Management Review, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 108-117.
  • “Offshore Outsourcing of Business Processes: Understanding IPR Implications” (2007), Metamorphosis- A Journal of Management Research, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp.105-114, with Sahay A.

Case Studies

  • 'Tata Steel: The Growth Imperative' by Ahindra Chakrabarti with Preeti Goyal (GLIM, Gurgaon), published by The Case Centre (2019)
  • “Financial System Security: Harshad Mehta and the Billion-Dollar Scam” (2010), Harvard Business Publishing, Product Reference: HKU904-PDF-ENG, with Dhamija S.
  • “People Management, the Mantra for Success: The Case of Singhania and Partners” (2008), Harvard Business Publishing, Product Reference: HKU763-PDF-ENG

International Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings

  • 'Myth of Gender Stereotype: Evidence from Financial Decisions' by Poornima Gupta with Preeti Goyal (GLIM), published by British Academy of Management, UK (2020)
  • 'Heuristics, Herding and Prospect Bias: A Peek into the Millennials’ Financial Decision Making Mindset'' by Poornima Gupta & Preeti Goyal, published by ANZAM (2019)
  • 'Structural Changes and Market Liquidity:Evidence from Indian Stock Market' by Ahindra Chakrabarti with Preeti Goyal (GLIM, Gurgaon), published by Asia Pacific Industrial Engineering and Management Society, Hong Kong (2018)
  • 'From Exclusion to Inclusion:  Evolving of the world’s largest Biometric UID Program' by Preeti Goyal with S Chandra (LBS), published by International Academy of Management and Business, Lisbon (2018)
  • 'Banking the Unbanked: The Fintech Revolution' by Preeti Goyal with Ahindra Chakrabarti (GLIM, Gurgaon), published by Asia Pacific Industrial Engineering and Management Society, Hong Kong (2018)
  • 'Financial Inclusion in India: Evidence from its Banking Sector' by Preeti Goyal with Ahindra Chakrabarti (GLIM GGN), published by International Academy of Management and Business (2017)
  • 'Generational Differences in Learning Attributes: Millennials and Gen X in Higher Education' by Preeti Goyal with Poornima Gupta (GLIM GGN), published by Australian New Zealand Academy of Management (2017)
  • 'Gaps in Corporate Governance Theory: An Agenda for Future Research' by Preeti Goyal with S Goyal (GGN), published by Australian New Zealand Academy of Management (2017)
  • “Grassroots User Innovation and Entrepreneurship: An Emerging Perspective from India”, 2012, International Open and User Innovation Workshop, Harvard Business School, Boston USA, 30 July - 1 Aug 2012, with Yadav V.
  • “Role of People, Technology and Process on Firm Performance: A Case of BPO-ITES”, 2006, fourth International Conference on Information Science, Technology and Management (CISTM), Chandigarh, July 16-18, 2006

Trade Publication

  • 'Empowering women through banking innovations and excellence' by Preeti Goyal, published by The Banking and Finance Post/quoted (2018)

Mainstream Press

  • 'The promise of Gender Diversity, it makes business sense so lets do it' by Preeti Goyal, published by Business World (2021)
  • 'Why there should be more women in MBA classrooms' by Preeti Goyal, published by Education Times (2021)
  • 'Boon or Bane? A look at what mobile wallet interoperability means for stakeholders' by Preeti Goyal, published by Business Standard (2019)

 

Associations

  • IIT Stuart School of Business
  • BABSON
  • BAUER
  • University of Bordeaux
  • HKUST
  • UMKC
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