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Dr. Gireesh Chandra Tripathi

Prof. Tripathi started his career as an Engineer in an MNC, moved on to the business of logistics, IT Consultancy and then to academics. He has varied experience. His current teaching and research interest areas are Project Financing, Financial Services, Financial and Energy Derivatives, Power Markets, Commercial Aspects of Energy Business, Quantitative Finance etc.

CONSULTING

1) Consultancy at NTPC Ltd (Public)
2) Consultancy at IMT Ghaziabad (Private)
3) Consultancy at IILM New Delhi / Greater Noida
4) Consultancy at BLS Inst of Mgmt, Ghaziabad (Private)
5) CERT, Meerut (Private) (Apr 2002-Aug 2004)
6) ProcessBiz Technologies, Mumbai (Dec 2000-Mar 2002)
7) Mumbai Port Trust (Public) (Dec 1991-DEC 2000)
8) SPIE-CAPAG/NKK/TOYO HBJ Gas Pipeline Project (Private- Multinational) (May 1988- July 1990)

EDUCATION

  • Ph. D. (IIT Delhi)
  • M. F. M. (JBIMS Mumbai)
  • M. Tech. (IIT Delhi)
  • B. Tech. (IIT Delhi)
     

ACADEMIC AFFILIATION

Deputy Director General (Academics)

AREA OF RESEARCH

  • RMBS in India

Current Research:

  • Pricing of RMBS in India

CONTACT

Published:

Rajeev Goswami and Gireesh Chandra Tripathi (2020), “Augmentation of Charging Infrastructure for Electric Vehicles Growth in India”, International Journal of Electric and Hybrid Vehicles. Vol. 12, No 1, pp 44-58.


Atul Agrawal and Gireesh Chandra Tripathi (2019), “Amendments in Electricity Act 2003: Where the Gap Lies”, Energy Policy. Vol. 132, pp 797-802.

Rajeev Goswami and Gireesh Chandra Tripathi (2019), “Economic, Environmental and Congestion Impact on the Life-cycle Cost of Ownership: A Case Study in the Delhi Transit Bus System”, International Journal of Electric and Hybrid Vehicles. Vol. 11, No 1, pp 59-72.

Rajeev Goswami and Gireesh Chandra Tripathi (2018), “Electric Vehicles in India: Financial and Environmental Perspectives ”, International Journal of Electric and Hybrid Vehicles, Vol. 10, No 4, pp 334-246.

Gireesh Chandra Tripathi and Anoop Kumar (2016), “Green Human Resources Management: A Paradigm Shift in HR Practices of Indian Power Sector in Context with Paris Climate Summit 2015”, Proceedings of 23rd World Energy Congress Research Papers, Istanbul, Vol. 1, pp 435-458

Tripathi, G.C. (2012), “Prepayment Risk Modeling for Residential Mortgage Backed Securities: The Unique Indian Experience”, International Journal of Information Systems for Services Sector, Volume 4, No 2, pp 72-86

Tripathi, G.C., Jain A. and Mehra, V. (2010), “Co-movement of Emerging and Developed Market Indices”, Asia Pacific Business Review, Volume 6, Number 2, pp122-129

Tripathi, G.C. (2009), “Pricing of Residential Mortgage Backed Securities: A Study on Housing Finance Sector in India”, A Ph. D. Thesis Submitted to IIT Delhi: Awarded in March 2011

Tripathi, G.C. and Iyer, K.C. (2009), “Reverse Mortgage: Boon for Indian Senior Citizen”, Oorja Journal of Management and IT, Volume 7, Number 2, pp 42-52

Tripathi, G.C. and Arora, D. (2009), “Securitization in Indian Housing Finance Sector: Demystified”, Journal of IMS Group, Volume. 6, No. 1, pp 66-77

Tripathi, G.C. and Iyer, K.C. (2008), “Prepayment Risk Analysis of RMBS Instruments in Indian Housing Finance Market”, Management and Change, Journal of Management and IT, Volume 12, Number 2, pp 69-83

Tripathi, G.C. and Jain, R. (2006), “RFID: A Competing Technology” Management Edge, Volume 3, No 2, pp 24-38

Tripathi, G.C. and Arora, D. (2006), ”Growth of Indian Shipping Industry: Post Independence”, Synergy ,Volume 1, No 2, pp 56-68

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