Indian Journal of Finance

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Indian Journal of Finance, a source of sophisticated analysis of developments in the rapidly expanding world of finance, is a double blind peer reviewed refereed monthly journal that publishes articles on a wide variety of topics ranging from corporate to personal finance, insurance to financial economics, and derivatives. It provides a forum for exchange of ideas and techniques among academicians and practitioners and thereby, advances applied research in financial management.

The journal, with its mission to promote thinking on various facets of finance, is targeted at academicians, scholars, and professionals associated with the field of finance to promote pragmatic research by disseminating the results of research in finance, accounting, financial economics, and sub - areas such as theory and analysis of fiscal markets and instruments, financial derivatives research, insurance, portfolio selection, credit and market risk, statistical and empirical financial studies based on advanced stochastic methods, financial instruments for risk management, uncertainty, and information in relation to finance.

Indian Journal of Finance is indexed/abstracted in Elsevier's Scopus; the Cabell's Directory of Publishing Opportunities, USA; Ulrich's International Periodicals Directory, USA; the ISSN (ISSN 0973-8711); Journal of Economic Literature (JEL), USA; Econlit (AEA),USA; Index Copernicus Journals Master List, Index Copernicus International, Poland; and Indian Science Abstracts (ISA - NISCAIR). The Index Copernicus Impact Value assigned a value of 7.10 to Indian Journal of Finance. The NAAS Rating of Indian Journal of Finance (conferred by the National Academy of Agricultural Sciences, New Delhi (a Govt. of India Institute)) is 3.76 on a scale of 10.

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Volume 10, Issue 2, February 2016

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Table of Contents


Indian Twin Deficits: The Role of Inflation and Money Supply
Madhura Bedarkar, Santosh Gopalkrishnan, Kunal Khairnar 7-23
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Strengthening the Capital Market in India: A Key to Growth
Rubeena Bajwa 24-39
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Financial Planning and Control Practices of Selected Non-Governmental Organizations: An Empirical Appraisal
Bharathi Karanth 40-49
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Capital Structure and Firm Efficiency: A Case of Pakistan
Tahir Akhtar, Ahmad Zahir, Mohammad Ali Tareq, Fazle Rabbi 50-66
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