Sathya Govindraj

Sathya Govindraj
Charles Darwin University | CDU

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
I have achieved my PhD in Finance in 2020. I have published 2 International Journals, 3 National Journals and have presented my articles in 10 conferences widely including Latrobe University, Melbourne. My research article won the Best Paper Award - Finance Track in the Southern Regional Conference on Management Education, India. ACSDRI organisation grant funding for my post-doctoral research work. My research which focusses on conceptualising a Fintech application to advance financial inclusion
Additional affiliations
August 2021 - present
Excelsia College
Position
  • Co-Supervisor
May 2021 - present
Greenwich English College
Position
  • Trainer and Assessor
December 2020 - present
Central Queensland University
Position
  • Lecturer
Education
February 2016 - December 2020
Anna University, Chennai
Field of study
  • Finance
March 2013 - May 2015
Anna University, Chennai
Field of study
  • Finance

Publications

Publications (3)
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In the current fluctuating market, it is very essential to select an optimal portfolio for an investor to minimize the risk and rather reap maximum benefits, from the available set of assets. A comparison between the various available assets is prima facie. A most commonly used modus operandi is the expected return-to-risk trade off as measured by...
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VIDURA Seventy-one years after India gained Independence and after the Green Revolution spearheaded by Prof M.S. Swaminathan, when novel methods and technology were adopted to improve production, the plight of the average farmer in the country hasn't really changed and the majority of small farmers continue to live in poverty, isn't it? Why has thi...
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This study explicates the importance of personal finance which is fast becoming a key ingredient in financial policy reform around the world. For a country like India, this plays a bigger role as it is considered an important adjunct to promotion of financial inclusion and ultimately financial stability. Indian consumers face a real challenge given...

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