Dr. P.S. Suresh


Photo of Dr. PS Suresh Dr. P.S. Suresh did his M.A. and M.Phil. from S.V. University, Tirupati, and Ph.D. from the Central Univ. of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. He joined the Department on 5th June 2003. Presently, he is Associate Professor of Economics in the Department.

He is teaching Financial Economics and Statistics.

Contact No(s): +91-364-2723188 (O); +91-364-2228648 (R), +91-9436111322 (M)
Email Address: sureshps03@yahoo.co.in
PhD Title: Investment Behaviour in Indian Sugar Industry: An Econometric Study.
Broad Area of Interest: Corporate Finance
Current Area of Work: Economics of Education
Ph.D./M.Phil Students Supervised:
  • MPhil: Chetia, Pompi (2017): Determinants of Venture Capital Investment in India : An Econometric Study
  • PhD: George, Saji (2017): Return Predictability and Behavioral Bias of Investors in the Indian Equity Market
  • PhD: Kumar, Dipak (2017): Financial Performance of Non-Banking Financial Companies in India: An Econometric Study
  • PhD: Tariang, W. (2016): Poverty and Socio-Economic Characteristics of Female-Headed Households: A Case Study of East Khasi Hills District of Meghalaya (Joint Supervisor)
  • PhD: Thanghkiew, D.W. (2014): Investment Behavior of Indian Iron and Steel Industry
  • PhD: Hussain, Moon Moon (2012): Growth and Determinants of Public Expenditure in Assam
Books Published:
  • Suresh, P.S. (2013): Investment Behaviour in Indian Sugar Industry: An Econometric Study, Global Research Publications, New Delhi.
  • Suresh, P.S. (2013): Production Functions In Sugar Industry: A Case Study of Chittoor District of Andhra Pradesh, Serials Publications, New Delhi.

Research Papers Published:

  • George, Saji., and P.S. Suresh (2018): "Linear Dependency, Market Size and Liquidity: An Assessment of the Indian Equity Market", Pacific Business Review International, 10(8): 91-99

  • Kumar, Deepak and P.S. Suresh (2017): "An Overview of Non-Banking Financial Companies in India", International Journal of Recent Scientific Research, 8(8): 16876-16890

  • Kumar, Deepak and P.S. Suresh (2017): "Financial Performance of Non-Banking Financial Companies in India: An Econometric Study", International Journal of Recent Scientific Research, 8(7): 18510-18517

  • Hassan, Samir. Ul., B. Mishra and P.S. Suresh (2017): "A Multi-Dimensional Approach to the Determinants of Tax Revenue: The Case of the State of Jammu and Kashmir (India)", Elk Asia Pacific Journal of Finance and Risk Management, 7(3): .......

  • Lhoungu, V., B. Mishra, and P.S. Suresh (2016): "Public Expenditure and Economic Growth in Nagaland: A Time Series Analysis", International Journal of Research in Social Sciences, 6(10): 839-888.

  • Hassan, Samir Ul, B. Mishra and P.S. Suresh (2016): "An analysis of Productivity and Efficiency of Tax System in the State of Jammu and Kashmir", EPRA International Journal of Economic and Business Review, 4(1): 208-226.

  • George, Saji and P.S. Suresh (2015): "Structural Breaks and Focus Shifts: An Analysis of Growth Predictability of Yield Spread in India", Empirical Econometrics and Quantitative Economic Letters, 4(4): 149-161.

  • Suresh, P.S. and Saji George (2015): "Asymmetries in the Impact of Investor Sentiment on Equity Returns: An analysis of Indian Equity Market", Indian Journal of Research in Capital Market, 2(3): 49-60.

  • George, Saji and P.S. Suresh (2015): "Noise Trading: An Analysis of Retail Trading in the Indian Equity Market", …………………, 2(1): 28-38.

  • Thangkhiew, D.W. and P.S. Suresh (2014): "Determinants of Fixed Investment Behavior in Iron and Steel Industry in India: An Econometric Analysis", Asia Pacific Journal of Applied Finance, 7-30 3(8): 7-30.

  • Hussain, M.M. and P.S. Suresh (2012): "Determinants of Public Expenditure: An Econometric Study", International Journal of Business Management, Economics and Information Technology, 4(2): 141-156.

  • Mishra, B. and P.S. Suresh (2011): "Tax Efforts in North-Eastern States of India" in B.K.Mohanty (ed.), Economic Development in India ( Issues and Challenges), New Century Publishers, New Delhi, pp.292-301.

  • Hussain, M.M. and P.S. Suresh (2010): "Determinants of Public Expenditure: A Survey Article", International Journal of Business Management, Economics and Information Technology, 2(1): 55-72.

  • Suresh, P.S. and B. Mishra (2010): "Public Expenditure and Human Development in North-East India : A Case Study of Meghalaya" in Nayak, P. (ed.) Growth and Human Development in North-East India, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, pp.233-243.

  • Mishra, B. and P.S Suresh (2007): "Political Economy of Tax Efforts in North Eastern States : A Case Study of Nagaland", in Bhabani Nayak (ed.),Nationalizing Crisis: The Political Economy of Public Policy in Contemporary India, Atlantic Publishers, New Delhi, pp.46-69.

  • Suresh, P.S. and B. Mishra (2006): "Returns to Scale in Private School Industry of Nagaland: A Production Function Approach", Journal of Industrial Economics, 3(1): 40-51.

  • Mishra, B. and P.S Suresh (2006): "Resource Constraints in the North Eastern States: A Comparative Study of Meghalaya and Nagaland", Journal of Managerial Economics, 4(1): 82-97.

  • Suresh, P.S., B. Mishra and K. Rio (2006): "Private Schooling Industry in North East India: A Trend Analysis of Nagaland State", International Education Journal, 7(2).

  • Mishra, B. and P.S Suresh (2005): "Implications of Public Expenditure for Economic Development of Meghalaya in a Post Globalisation Scenario", in Sudhakar Panda (ed.) Globalisation and Regional Development, pp.235-250.

  • Mishra, B. and P.S Suresh (2005): "Political Economy of Public Expenditure Growth in North-Eastern States of India: A Case Study of Nagaland", Asian and African Journal of Economics and Econometrics, 5(1): 17-33.

  • Suresh, P.S. and B. Mishra (2005): "Elasticity and Buoyancy : An Econometric Analysis of Orissa's Tax System", Journal of Social and Economic Policy, 2(2): 131-147.

  • Somayajulu, V.VN. and P.S Suresh (2000): "Corporate Behaviour Theories and Models of Fixed Capital and Inventory Investments, External Finance and Dividends: A Critical Survey in Search of Research Gaps for Reforms Period", in V V N Somayajulu (ed.) Econometric Studies of Economic Reforms in India, Academic Foundation, March, pp.208-251.

  • Suresh, P.S. and V.V.N. Somayajulu (2000): "Fixed Investment, Inventory Investment, Dividends and External Finance: A Simultaneous Equations Approach to Indian Sugar Industry" Indian Journal of Economics, LXXIX(314): 373-386.

  • Suresh, P.S. and V.V.N. Somayajulu (1999): "Determinants of External Finance and Dividend Behaviour of Sugar Industry in India: An Econometric Study", Indian Journal of Applied Economics, 8(4): 177-92.

  • Suresh, P.S. and V.V.N. Somayajulu (1998): "Inventory Investment Behaviour: A Study of the Determinants of Indian Sugar Industry", Margin, 30(4): 63-85.

  • Suresh, P.S. and V.V.N. Somayajulu (1997): "Determinants of Fixed Investment Behaviour in Indian Sugar Industry", Indian Journal of Economics, LXXVIII(308): 1-40.

  • Suresh, P.S. and V. Kodandaramireddy (1993): "Sugar Industry in Chittoor District of Andhra Pradesh: A Production Function Approach", Indian Journal of Economics, LXXIII(291): 473-487.

 

 

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