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Dr. Navita Nathani

Professor, Finance

  • 0751-4097056
  • drnavita@prestigegwl.org, drnavita810@gmail.com

About Me

Before joining Prestige Gwalior, Dr. Nathani worked in corporate for two years. She has been associated with Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior for last fourteen years, with primary teaching in the field of Finance. Her research interests are in the area of Stock Market, Project Management and Entrepreneurship. Currently she is head of the dept, Management and chief coordinator of AICTE approved Entrepreneurial Development Cell at PIMG. Dr. Nathani writes extensively, and has more than 70 publications spanning outlets that include refereed journals, case studies, book chapters, and edited books. She has attended and conducted conferences, workshops at national and international level. She is a corporate trainer and has been training since last ten years in corporations; few of them are ICAI, ICICI Prudential and HDFC. Dr. Nathani holds an MBA in Finance & Marketing from Banasthali Vidyapith and obtained doctorate in Project Management from Jiwaji University. She is an approved guide of Jiwaji University. Eight students are pursuing and three were awarded PhD under her guidance. Dr. Nathani is an associate editor of Prestige International Journal of IT and Management, Sanchayan. In addition to this currently she has been working on projects sponsored by ICSSR. She is a member, Board of studies, Business Management, Higher education, Bhopal, Faculty of Management, Jiwaji University, Gwalior and professionally associated with Indian Accounting Association, Gwalior Management Association and Junior Chamber of India. Dr. Nathani is an active social worker and has a passion to promote the well-being of society. She has also excelled in culturally diverse, multidisciplinary, fast-paced environment and has studied the entrepreneurial growth in this area. She has been acting as powerhouse to budding and existing entrepreneurs, school and college teachers and students for entrepreneurial education.


Qualifications

  • Ph.D, M.B.A. (Finance), M.A. (Economics), B.Com.

1. Bhakar, S.S., Nathani, N., (2015). A handbook on writing research papers in social sciences, Bharti Publication: New Delhi, (ISBN 978-93-85000-27-0) Available on Amazon, link http://www.amazon.in/dp/9385000276


2. Bhakar, S.S., Nathani, N., Singh, T., Bhakar, S. (2011). Global Business Recession: Lessons Learnt. Vol. I, Crescent Publishers: Allahabad, (ISBN 978-81-910494-2-7)


3. Bhakar, S.S., Nathani, N., Singh, T., Bhakar, S. (2011). Global Business Recession : Lessons Learnt Vol. II, Crescent Publishers: Allahabad, (ISBN 978-81-910494-2-8)


1. Kaur, J., Nathani, N. & Chopra, R. Decision (2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40622-019-00203-y, Springer India (Online ISSN 2197-1722)


2. Rajshree Sharma & Navita Nathani (2019). Dynamics of Financial Structure and value of firm: Evidence from Indian Automobile sector. International Journal for Research in Engineering Application & Management (IJREAM), ISSN : 2454-9150 Vol-04, Issue-11, Feb 2019


3. Jaspreet Kaur, Nathani N. (2018). Cross Market Equilibrium Relationship: An Indian Evidence. Finance India (ISSN 0970-3772),XXXIII(3), 823-836


4. Ritu Gangil, Nathani N. (2018). Determinants of dividend policy: A study of FMCG sector in India. IOSR Journal of Business and Management (IOSR-JBM) e-ISSN: 2278-487X, p-ISSN: 2319-7668 20, (2). 40-46.


5. Navita Nathani (Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior); Nandan Velankar (Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior); Reeta Chauhan (Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior); Mukesh Deole (Jiwaji University); Megha Tripathi (Jiwaji University); Hariom Shivhare (Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior) (2015),Read to lead, CASE Reference no. 519-0062-1


6. Nathani, N. (Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior); Velankar, N. (Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior); Sodhi, P. (Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior); Atria, A. (Author's Institution); Sadani, D. (Author's Institution); Gupta, R. (ABV-Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management Gwalior) The Missing Cream In Creamy Biscuits (2015), Reference no. 115-072-8


7. Bhakar, S. (Prestige Institute of Management & Research); Nathani, N. (Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior); Agrawal, R. (Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior); Chauhan, S. (AISECT University); Hundwani, K. (Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior); Singh, I. (Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior); Sharma, N. (Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior),(2015). Making working capital works…Reference no. 115-033-1


8. Bhakar, S. (Prestige Institute of Management & Research); Nathani, N. (Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior); Agrawal, R. (Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior); Chauhan, S. (AISECT University); Hundwani, K. (Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior); Singh, I. (Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior); Sharma, N. (Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior) (2015). Nothing endures but change, Reference no. 415-073-1


9. Kaur, J., Nathani, N., Kaur, M. (2013). Oil Price Fluctuations and FOREX Market: Evidence from OPEC Countries. International Journal of Research in Business and Technology,NorthAmerica,3,dec. 20. Date accessed: 12 Dec. 2013.


10. Nathani, N., Kaur, J., Kukreja, K. (2013). Cointegration and causality between financial development and Economic Growth: An Indian Evidence, International Journal of Trade & Global Business Perspectives. 2(3), 480-486.


11. Bhatnagar , D., Nathani, N. (2013). Student Satisfaction In Professional Education in Gwalior, International Journal of Human Resource Management and Research, 3(2), 71-76.


12. Mathur, G., Nathani, N. and Shweta Sarvate, P. (2013). An Emotional antecedent to stress at work in health care, Advances in Management & Applied Economics, 3(1), 1-10 ISSN: 1792-7544 (print version), 1792-7552 (online)Scienpress Ltd,


13. Nathani, N., Tiwari, S., Ratnakar, P., Kaur, J., Tripathi, T., Khan, H., Jain, A. (2013). Big bucks but no bang: Mutual fund in India at Crossroad, Published by European Case Clearing House with ref no 114-014-1.


14. Nathani, N., Ratnakar, P., Kaur, J., Tiwari, S., Tripathi, T., Khan, H., Jain, A. (2013). Investment alternatives. Published by European Case Clearing House with ref no 114-015-1.


15. Nathani, N., Ratnakar, P., Kaur, J., Tiwari, S., Tripathi, T., Khan, H., Jain, A. (2013). Sweep or Swap. Published by European Case Clearing House with ref no 114-017-1.


16. Nathani, N., Kaur, J., Ratnakar, P., Tiwari, S., Tripathi, T., Khan, H., Jain, A. (2013). Investment Dilemma. Published by European Case Clearing House with ref no 114-014-1.


17. Mathur, G., Nathani, N. and Negi, P. (2012). Emotional Labor and Work Stress among Nursing Staff, Advances in Management and Applied Economics


18. Bhakar, S., Maheshwari, A., Dantre, C., Gupta, S., Bharadwaj, A., Nathani, N. (2012). Attrition Rates: Heels of Chilles, Published by European Case Clearing House with reference no- 413-058-8.


19. Nathani, N. (2010). Concept of Project Management through Movie Aankhen retrieved on April 30 ,2010 from http://bizcovering.com/management/concept-of-project-management-through-movie-aankhen/


20. Sandhar, S., Nathani, N. & Vigg, S. (2010). Impact of trust and CRM on Customer Loyalty: A study on Retail Organisations, Saaransh: RKG Journal of Management, 2(1), 35-42.


21. Nathani, N., Mishra, H., Bhatnagar, V., Dani, S., Yadav, K.K. (2010). Monopolizing Mind space. Published by European Case Clearing House with ref no 111-035-1.


22. Nathani, N., Mishra, H., Bhatnagar, V., Dani, S., Yadav, K.K. (2010). Seeking its own identity. Published by European Case Clearing House with ref no 511-046-1.


23. Nathani, N., Sandhar, S., Kaurav, R.P.S., Kulshreshtha, K. (2009). Sleepless nights at Nidra Limited. Published by European Case Clearing House with reference no 610-008-1.


24. Vigg, S., Nathani, N., Sandhar, S., (2008). Efficient Market Hypothesis: A case Study on Bombay Stock Exchange, Indian Journal of Finance, 2(6).


25. Nathani, N., Chakraborty, A., Jain, J., Sengar, S., Sharma, A. (2007). Ethical Dilemma, in seventh national case writing workshop, organized by Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior Published by European Case Clearing House ref no 709-002-1


26. Nathani, N., Sandhar, S., Bansal, S., Yadav, K. (2006). Developed a case entitled Fun Land at Cross Roads, in sixth national case writing workshop, organized by Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior. Published by European Case Clearing House ref no 808-003-1.


1. Nathani, Navita and Dwivedi, Gunjan. (2019). Influence of Technology Entrepreneurship on Entrepreneurial Intentions: A Cross Country Analysis (January 6, 2019). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3319889 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3319889


2. Garima Mathur, Navita Nathani, Ashwani Sharma and Garima Arora (2019). Impact of Facebook Usage on Students’ Involvement in Studies Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=3323784.


3. Ritu Gangil, Navita Nathani(2019). determinants of dividend policy in indian companies: a panel data analysis. Available at https://ssrn.com/abstract=3308721


4. Brahmmanand Sharma, Navita Nathani, Pranshuman Parasher (2019). The impact of brand trust, brand values and acceptability of non-vegetarian brands available in Gwalior region. available at Https://ssrn.com/abstract=3307708


5. Nathani, N., et al (2018). Determinants of Stock Price movements: Empirical studies of stock market, Research perspective in Social sciences. (ed S Bhakar, and Nischaya Upmanyu), BHARTI PUBLICATIONS, NEW DELHI, 2018 (ISBN:978-93-86608-64-2).


6. Navita Nathani, Simran Rohira, Karishma Pahwa and Ayush Chaturvedi (2018). Customer’s perception towards Ethical Dimension: study of merged Banks, in Measure, Manage & Facilitate Change to Harness Organizational Potential ed. Dr. S.S. Bhakar, Chanda Gulati, Dr. RPS Kaurav & Himani Saxena published by Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior and Bharti Publications, New Delhi (ISBN: 978-93-86608-29-1)


7. Rajshree Sharma & Navita Nathani (2018). Determinants of Capital Structure o f Media And Automobile Companies of Nifty. International Journal of Scientific Research & Growth, ISSN: 2456-1363, Volume-3 Issue-3 August- 2018.


8. Rajshree Sharma & Navita Nathani (2018). Determinants of Capital Structure Media of Nifty. International Journal of Scientific Research & Growth, ISSN: 2456-1363, Volume-3 Issue-3 August- 2018


9. Navita Nathani, Nandan Velanker, Vivek Singhal (2018). An empirical study of consumer consciousness and behavior with reference to Consumer Rights in India. Shriji Socio legal Journal. No 14 , ISSN 2231-1556 . pp 53-59.


10. Nathani, N., et al (2017). Market efficiency and company size: Indian evidence .Research Perspective in Social sciences.(Ed. S S Bhakar, Chanda Gulati and Shilpa Sankpal), BHARTI PUBLICATIONS, NEW DELHI, 2017 (ISBN:978-93-86608-06-2).


11. Archna Dixit, Navita Nathani (2017),Co-ointegration between US and UK market, In “Strengthening Strategies, Shaping Policies and Empowering Personnel: Key to Organizational Competitiveness”ed Dr. S.S. Bhakar, Dr Sneha rajput, Prof Chanda Gulati, and Dr Rahul Pratap Singh Kauarav, Published by Bharti Publications: New Delhi (ISBN: 978-93-85000)


12. Kaur J., Chopra R. and Nathani N. (2017). Perception of Tax Payers Towards GST : A Fiscal and Social Psychology Model Approach. Indian Accounting Review. 21(1), 62-79.issn 0972-1754


13. Navita Nathani, Jaspreet kaur and Divya Khator (2017). Artificial Neural Network: Validity of Technical Analysis Indicators for Predicting Stock Prices, GITAM Journal of Management. 15(2), 52-67. Issn0972-740X


14. Sarita Agrawal, Navita Nathani (2016), A perceptual study on Parent’s perception Towards college selection process of students with special reference to Gwalior region, In Innovation and Emerging Trends in Business and Management and Information Technology ed. Prof. K.S. Thakur published by Radha Publications, New Delhi (ISBN: 978-93-86439-07-9).


15. Jaspreet Kaur, Navita Nathani (2016), Bivariate causality between Growth and domestic Savings and GDP”in Innovation and Emerging Trends in Business and Management and Information Technology ed. Prof. K.S. Thakur published by Radha Publications, New Delhi (ISBN: 978-93-86439-07-9).


16. Nathani N., Shubham Rathod, Simran Rohira (2016) Association Between EVA and CSR: A Study of Family Owned Business Companies In India in Global Advancements in HRM- Innovation and Practices ed. Dr. S.S. Bhakar, Chanda Gulati, Dr. Garima Mathur and Dr. Ravindra Pathak published by Bharti Publications: New Delhi (ISBN: 978-93-85000-96-6


17. Nathani, N., et al (2016). Macroeconomic factors affecting foreign exchange market in India. A systematic guide from research to manuscripts (Ed. S S Bhakar and Garima Mathur), BHARTI PUBLICATIONS, NEW DELHI, 2015 (ISBN:978-93-85000-87-4)


18. Nathani, N., et al (2016). Relationships between Optimal Capital Structure and Market Timings. A systematic guide from research to manuscripts (Ed. S S Bhakar and Garima Mathur), BHARTI PUBLICATIONS, NEW DELHI, 2015 (ISBN:978-93-85000-87-4)


19. Nathani, N. and Kumar, R. (2015). Economic value added, residual income, Traditional Method and their impact on Shareholder’s wealth: Indian Evidence (Ed. SS Bhakar,Richa Banerjee, Amitabh Maheshwari and Sneha Rajput), Creative and Innovative Excellence for world in Motion. Vol.1, 30-38, Bharti Publications, New Delhi. (ISBN: 978-93-81212-98-1).


20. Mathur, G., Nathani, N. and Holani, U. (2015). Workplace Empowerment, Managerial Incevility and Perception of Job Demands (Ed. SS Bhakar,Richa Banerjee, Amitabh Maheshwari and Sneha Rajput), Creative and Innovative Excellence for world in Motion. Vol.1,257-266, Bharti Publications, New Delhi. (ISBN: 978-93-81212-98-1).


21. Nathani, N., et al (2015). Interface between Oil Price and Economic Growth: Evidence from OPEC nations. A handbook on writing research paper in social sciences (Ed. S S Bhakar and Navita Nathani), BHARTI PUBLICATIONS, NEW DELHI, 2015 (ISBN:978-93-85000-27-0)


22. Nathani, N., et al (2015). Estimation And stability of beta: A case of Indian stock market. A Procedural Guide to Write A Research Paper (Ed. S S Bhakar and Shailja Bhakar) A procedural guide, BHARTI PUBLICATIONS, NEW DELHI, 2015 (ISBN 978¬-93-¬85000-¬07-2)


23. Nathani, N., et al (2015). Relationship between Inflation Interest Rate And Stock Prices: an Empirical Study Of Asia Pacific Countries , A Procedural Guide to Write A Research Paper (Ed. S S Bhakar and Shailja Bhakar) A procedural guide, BHARTI PUBLICATIONS, NEW DELHI, 2015 (ISBN 978¬-93-¬85000-¬07-2)


24. Navita Nathani, Jaspreet Kaur and Pooja Shrivas (2015). Dynamics of Foreign Exchange Rates, Sanchayan, Prestige International Journal of IT and Management, 4(2), 35-58.


25. Holani, U., Nathani, N., Sukhani, L. (2015). Impact of EVA and Financial ratios on Stock returns. Journal of Business and Management. 8 (1), 1-20. **


26. Nathani, N. (2014). Antecedents of Personal financial planning: A demographic Study, (Ed, Dr. S. S. Bhakar and Gaurav Jaiswal) Redefining the Human Resource Paradigm in changing Cultural , Social and Economic environment. ISBN: 978-93-85000-10-2.


27. Nathani, N., Deole, M. and Tripathi, M. (2014). Financial Volatility, Productivity and inflation (Ed. SS Bhakar, Vinod Bhatnagar, Richa Banerjee), Sustainability Management and the power of innovation,Vol.1,163-176, Bloomsbury Publishing India pvt Ltd. New Delhi (ISBN: 978-93-82951-49-0)


28. Nathani, N., Kaur, M. (2014). Working capital Mangement: A benchmark for manufacturing Companies (Ed. SS Bhakar, Vinod Bhatnagar, Richa Banerjee), Sustainability Management and the power of innovation,Vol.1,163-176, Bloomsbury Publishing India pvt Ltd. New Delhi (ISBN: 978-93-82951-49-0)


29. Nathani, N., et al (2014). Dynamics between Mutual fund flows and Stock Returns: Empirical Study. A handbook for writing research papers (Ed. S S Bhakar and Tarika Singh), BHARTI PUBLICATIONS, NEW DELHI, 2015 (ISBN:978-93-81212-51-6)


30. Nathani, N., et al (2014).Assessments of students towards Social responsibility. A handbook for writing research papers (Ed. S S Bhakar and Tarika Singh), BHARTI PUBLICATIONS, NEW DELHI, 2014 (ISBN:978-93-81212-51-6)


31. Nathani, N., Mathur, G., Pathak, R. (2013). Personality attributes of self Employed and managers: An Empirical Study, Anusandhan, AISECT University Journal. 2(4), ISSN: 2278-4187.


32. Nathani, N., Kaur, J. (2013). Microstructure and Stock Returns Predictions. Knowledge Hub Journal of GL Bajaj. 7(2), 114-122.


33. Bhatnagar, V., Nathani, N., Shrivastava, S.K. (2013). Direct tax code (DTC)- Satisfaction and awareness level among Practitioners and Academicians, GITAM Journal of Management. 11(1), 62-76.


34. Mathur, G., Nathani, N. and Sweety Dubey, (2013). Perceived Organizational Politics, Organizational Justice, cynicism and OCB: A Demographic Study of Academicians, Review of HRM, 2,61-66**


35. Nathani Navita, Jaspreet Kaur, (2012), FDI and Economic Growth: A pre and post recessionary study with reference to India, Global and Innovations in IT and Management, ISBN 978-93-82563-57-0, 69-77.


36. Nathani, N., Sandhar, S. and Jeswani, K. (2012). Dividend policy and its impact on shareholders wealth (Ed. SS Bhakar, Tarika Singh, Krishna Kant Yadav, Aashish Mehra) Transformation and Survival of business Organisations: Challenges and Opportunity,Vol.1,87-96, Macmillan Publishers India Ltd.,New Delhi(ISBN:978-935-059-061-4)


37. Nathani, N., Kaur, J. (2012). Determinants of capital structure and inter Industry Linkages, FIIB Business Review. 2(1), 31-35.


38. Nathani, N., Kaur, J. (2012). Employee Perception towards Compensation & Motivation: A Study of Front Line Executives. Vishwakarma Business Review, 2(2), 80-88.


39. Nathani, N. and Dani, S. (2011). Reengineering Indian Bank’s Efficiency through Transparency Score (Ed. SS Bhakar, Garima Mathur, Anindita Chakraborty and Amitabh Maheshwari) Post Recessionary Economy: Movers and Moulders of Changing World,Vol.2, 60-76,Cresecent Publishers: Allahabad(ISBN: 978-81-910494-0-4)


40. Nathani, N., Singhal, S.C., Dani, S., Periwal, P.,Bajpai, A.K. (2011),Capital Asset Pricing Model : Applicability in Indian Context (Ed. S S Bhakar and Seema Mehta) A Systematic Guide to Write a Research Paper,183-196(ISBN:978-81-7446-932-8)


41. Nathani, N., Maheshwari, A., Bhatnagar, D., Kulshreshtra, K., Kulshreshtra, D., Shrivastava, S.K. (2011). Attitude towards risk: Gender Effect. (Ed. S S Bhakar and Seema Mehta) A Systematic Guide to Write a Research Paper,183-196(ISBN:978-81-7446-932-8).


42. Nathani, N., Sandhar, S. and Agarwal, S. (2010). Cross-border M&A and Stock Returns: A study of Tata-Corus Integration (Ed. SS Bhakar, and V.K.Pandey) Innovation and Adaptability Twin Engines of Sustained Growth, 38-47, Excel Book: New Delhi


43. Nathani, N., Chakravorty, A., Rawat, B., Holani, U. (2011). Timings Skills of Fund Managers: A Study of Mutual fund Scheme. Business Spectrum, 1 (1),


44. Sandhar, S., Jangalani, S., Nathani, N. (2011). Stock market Behavior with special reference to Relative Strength Index (RSI). Journal of Global Information and business Strategy (GIBS), 3(1),30-41. **


45. Nathani, N., Bhalla, R. (2010). Carbon Credit Market: A study of Trends in Chicago Climate Exchange (Ed. SS Bhakar, and V.K.Pandey) Innovation and Adaptability Twin Engines of Sustained Growth, 38-47, Excel Book: New Delhi.


46. Nathani, N., Sandhar, S., Chakraborty, A. (2010). Impact of Employees Satisfaction with Compensation on Employee Motivation. Vishwakarma Business Review, 3, 78-86.


47. Negi, P., Mathur, G., Nathani, N., Holani, U. (2010). IFRS Adoption: A Perceptual Study, Indian Journal of Accounting, 40(2), 25-33.


48. Sandhar, S. & Nathani, N. (2009). Factors of Economic analysis, Key drivers of Organizational Success (Ed. SS Bhakar, Shilpa Sankpal and Saurabh Mukherjee) Mastering Change for organizational Excellence, Excel Book: New Delhi-2


49. Mathur, G., Nathani, N., Vigg, S. (2009). Corporate Governance Ratings and its Impact on Stock’s Performance. NSHM Journal of Management Research and Applications, 1, 25-32.


50. Sandhar, S., Nathani, N., Holani, U. (2009). Testing Semistrong Form of Market Efficiency: a study of NSE. Appejay Journal of Management & Technology, 4(2), 132-142.


51. Sandhar, S., Vigg, S., Nathani, N., Holani, U. (2009). Trader’s Perception and satisfaction on VAT : A Demographic study. GNA Journal of Management & Technology, 4(1), 70-85.


52. Chakraborty, A., Nathani, N. (2009). A study of prelisted and post listed volatility of ADRs evidences from India. Peoples Journal of Management, 1, 56-65.


53. Chakraborty, A., Nathani, N., Sandhar, S., Holani, U. (2009). Corporate Governance in Indian Financial System: an Empirical Study. Optimization, 2(1), 3-12.


54. Sandhar, S., Vigg, S., Nathani, N. (2009). Impact of International Events on ADR listed Companies: Indian Evidence. IPSAR Management Insight, 9(2), 2-12.


55. Chakraborty, A., Nathani, N., Holani, U., Kothari, U.K. (2008). Forecasting of Capital Market Movement: A Study of S & P CNX NIFTY. Kashi Journal of Commerce, 5(2), 63-78.


56. Sandhar, S., Nathani, N., Holani, U. (2008). Portfolio Evaluation of Common Stocks in relation to P/E Ratio. Gitam Journal of Management, 6(4), 82-90.


57. Vigg, S., Nathani, N., Singh, T. (2008). Country of Origin Image as Predictor of Corporate Image. Management and Change, 12(1), 81-99. (ISSN: 0972-2149).


58. Sandhar, S., Vigg, S., Nathani, N. (2008). Investment Decisions & Investor’s Psychology. Fortune Journal of International Management, 5(2), 37-45. (ISSN 0973-0079).


59. Sandhar, S., Vigg, S., Nathani, N. (2008). Economic factors and Prediction of Index Returns. Jims 8M, 13(2), 18-26. (ISSN : 0973-9335).


60. Nathani, N., Sandhar, S., Holani, U. (2008). Risk and Return Analysis – A Sectoral Study of Companies in NSE. Effulgence, 6(2), 62-66. (ISSN : 0972-8058).


61. Vigg, S., Nathani, N., Ramkrishnan, S., Holani, U. (2008). Financial Analysis: A Study of Manufacturing Sector. MAIMS Journal of Management, 3(2), 30-37.


62. Sandhar, S., Vigg, S., Nathani, N., Holani, U. (2008). Factors affecting Lapsation of life insurance Policies. Journal of GIBS, 1 (1), 48-54.


63. Nathani, N. & et al. (2008). Effect of Motivation on Executive Stress: A Comparative Study of Public and Private sector Banks. Knowledge Hub, 3(2), 42-59. (ISSN 0973-6425).


64. Sandhar, S., Nathani, N., Mathur, G., Holani, U. (2008). Testing Weak Form of Efficient Market Hypothesis: A Study of NSE. Arth Anvesan. 2(2), 44-50. (ISSN:0973-8193).**


65. Nathani, N., Sandhar, S., Vigg, S., Holani, U. (2007). Impact of International Listings on Liquidity. Indian Journal of Accounitng, 37(2), 63-69. (ISSN : 0972-1479).


66. Nathani, N., Sandhar, S. & Jain, P. (2007). Premium Issues in IPO: Indian Evidence, Mastering Change for Organizational Excellence, edited by SS Bhakar, published by Excel Book(ISBN 978-81-7446-581-8 )


67. Sandhar, S. & Nathani, N. (2007). Portfolio optimization :A Case Study of NSE” Mastering Change for Organizational Excellence, edited by SS Bhakar, published by Excel Book(ISBN 978-81-7446-581-8 )


68. Nathani, N., Sandhar, S., Holani, U. (2007). Work Attitude as Correlates of work Performance: Empirical Study of Public and Private Sector Banks. Punjab Journal of Business Studies, 3(1), 14-21. (ISSN: 0973-4465).


69. Nathani, N., Vigg, S., Holani, U. (2007). Organising Customer Relationship and Customer Perceivence. Banking Finance, 20(2). (ISSN-0971-4498).


70. Nathani, N., Holani, U. (2005). Disinvestments: The Process Goes On” Disinvestments Programme in India. Edited book by Sanjay Tiwari.


71. Nathani, N., Holani, U. (2005). Power sector reforms in India. PR Communication Age, 8(2), 10-15. (ISSN-0972-0650).


72. Nathani, N., Holani, U. (2004). Balance Score Card: An invaluable tool. Journal of Kashi Vidhyapith, 1(2), 46-58.


73. Holani, U., Nathani, N. (2004). Impact of accounting standards. Vitta Shodh the Journal Finance, 2(4), 29-35.


74. Sikarwar, S., Nathani, N. and Mathur, G. (2010). Assessment of Human Capital Values at State Bank of India (Ed. SS Bhakar, and V.K.Pandey) Innovation and Adaptability Twin Engines of Sustained Growth, 38-47, Excel Book: New Delhi