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Dr Satish Sharma

Associate Professor

Department: Newcastle Business School

Satish has attained his doctoral qualification in the area of “Consumer Credit Risk Modelling”. His research interest comprises of financial risk management, banking regulations, investments and micro-finance.

Satish has also delivered the North East Access to Finance (NEA2F) £50K project investigating the demand/supply side of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprise (SME) finance with an initial focus on the relationship between Banks and SMEs. 

Qualifications

  • Financial Management PhD June 30 2009
  • Marketing MBA June 01 1997
  • Fellow (FHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2005

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • How do students conceptualise a “real world” learning environment, Sharma, S., Charity, I., Robson, A., Lillystone, S. 1 Nov 2018, In: International Journal of Management Education
  • Exploring Corporate Governance practices in Sri Lankan Banking Institutions, Ekanayake, N., Sorour, K., Sharma, S. 25 Nov 2016, 16th British Accounting and Finance Association Workshop on Accounting and Finance in Emerging Economies
  • Evaluating Banks Performance Using Key Financial Indicators – A Quantitative Modelling of Russian Banks, Shebalkov, M., Sharma, S., Yukhanaev, A. 2016, In: The Journal of Developing Areas
  • Testing the Weak-Form Efficiency of Agriculture’s Capital Markets, Ghimire, B., Annussek, K., Harvey, J., Sharma, S. 2016, In: Economics and Business Review
  • Banks, non-bank companies and stock exchange: do we know the relationship?, Ghimire, B., Gautam, R., Karki, D., Sharma, S. Oct 2015, In: Economics and Business Review
  • Uncertainty, Yukhanaev, A., Sharma, S. Jul 2014, International Management, Oxford, Wiley-Blackwell
  • Role of Institutions in Economic Transition: Case of Russia, Yukhanaev, A., Sharma, S., Borodin, A. Apr 2014, Global Business Transcendence: International Perspectives Across Developed and Emerging Economies, Basingstoke, Macmillan
  • Subnational Determinants of Foreign Direct Investments in the Russian Federation, Yukhanaev, A., Sharma, S., Nevidimova, A. 2014, In: Journal of Eastern European and Central Asian Research
  • Application of Neural Network and Simulation Modeling to Evaluate Russian Banks’ Performance, Sharma, S., Shebalkov, M. 1 Sep 2013, In: Journal of Applied Finance and Banking
  • Automated credit decision process - an insight into developing a credit-scoring model within the Nepalese banking sector, Sharma, S., Harvey, J., Robson, A. Aug 2012, In: International Journal of Decision Sciences, Risk and Management

PGR Supervision

  • Jalal Mrabti Start: 01/10/2018
  • Scott Ellis The Role of Systemic Risk, Regulation and Efficiency within the Banking Competition and Financial Stability Relationship Start: 24/03/2014


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