Yamini has 11 years of teaching experience in the area of Corporate Finance, Advanced Financial Analysis, International Finance, New Financial Models, Managerial Economics, and eFinance. Her current research interests are in corporate finance, financial modeling, international finance, and public finance. Her research shows that hypotheses and procedures of capital structure decisions, because of the hypothesis of a single objective giving wrong and silly outcomes and have become obsolete in the current time.
Dr. (Miss) Yamini Agarwal is currently a Professor of Finance and Vice-Chairperson at the Indian Institute of Finance. She is likewise serving as Associate Editor, Finance India. She feels lucky to have pursued her schooling at Ivy League institutes and doctoral work (Ph.D. in Finance) from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT Delhi); Master of Commerce (MCom) from Delhi School of Economics (DSE); Management of Business Finance (MBF) from Indian Institute of Finance (IIF Delhi); and Bachelor of Commerce [BCom (Hons)] from Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), University of Delhi. She has been nominated to pursue the specialized program on Strategic Business Management sponsored by the Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA) in Stockholm, Sweden.
Yamini shows up regularly on government and non-government media channels for her perspective on economic and financial issues. A portion of her interviews has as often as possible shown on Delhi Doordarshan (DD) News (National Channel), DD India (India’s International Channel), Lok Sabha TV (Parliamentary TV), Rajya Sabha TV (Parliamentary TV), CNBC Awaaz, India News, A2Z News TV, Uzbek TV, Vietnam TV, CNEB, and others. She likewise shows up often on the All India Radio (AIR) and Prasar Bharti (National Radio Channel of Government of India), on financial and government strategy issues.
Yamini has 11 years of teaching experience in the area of Corporate Finance, Advanced Financial Analysis, International Finance, New Financial Models, Managerial Economics, and eFinance. Her current research interests are in corporate finance, financial modeling, international finance, and public finance. Her research shows that hypotheses and procedures of capital structure decisions, because of the hypothesis of a single objective giving wrong and silly outcomes and have become obsolete in the current time. She has fostered the goal programming model for capital structure decisions under numerous targets for business firms. Her exploration work has been distributed in Journal of Accounting, Auditing, and Finance (JAAF, USA), Finance India (India); The Indian Economic Journal (India); International Journal of Innovative Management, Information & Production, (Japan); Economy Transdisciplinarity Cognition (Romania); Euro Mediterranean Economic and Finance Review (EMEFR France); Lahore Journal of Economics (Pakistan); and others.
Prof. Agarwal has chaired more than 16 seminars of professors and senior industry experts from worldwide and national business schools. She has regulated over 76 MBA-level theses in financial economics and management. She has developed more than 50 case studies in Corporate Finance and Managerial Economics. She serves as a welcomed member of the Editorial Board of Sub Saharan Review of Economics and Finance (SSERP), France (August 2007-), International Journal of Education, Economics and Development (IJEED), Switzerland (November 2010-), and Journal of Management Development and Research(JMDR), Institute of Management and Development Research, Pune (2014-). She is additionally Regional Council Board Member of the Indo-American Chamber of Commerce (IACC), Delhi (2010 -) and a Member of the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS-MSD 4), India (June 2011-).
Yamini has two books to her credit – Capital Structure Decisions: Evaluating Risk and Uncertainty by John Wiley and Sons, USA (Wiley USA, UK, and Singapore); and Capital Structure Decision under Multiple Objectives by IIF Publications (IIF Delhi, India).
Previously, Yamini has held the position of Associate Professor, Indian Institute of Finance (January 2007-December 2010), Assistant Editor, Finance India (Qtly Journal of Finance) (December 2003-2009), Assistant Professor, Indian Institute of Finance (April 2003-January 2007) and Research Associate/Assistant to Professors (2001-03).
She is a regular invitee to the Asian Development Bank’s Board of Governor’s gatherings and OECD Annual Meetings in Paris, France. She has presented her work in a few national and international conferences, seminars, universities, and at Central Banks. She has attended over 200 seminars broadly and universally due to her work. She has traveled to over 20 nations as a part of the IIF’s academic collaborations.