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Padmini Srinivasan has varied professional interests in teaching, research and consulting in the areas of Financial Reporting, Management Accounting, Corporate Governance and accountability. Prior to joining IIMB, she worked in the industry for more than 14 years in various positions in Treasury, Planning, MIS and Accounting. She is also a special invitee to the Accounting standards Board of ICAI. As a full time Faculty she teaches Financial Reporting and Analysis, Corporate Governance and ethics, Management Accounting, and Corporate tax management in the Post Graduate Programs. Her teaching career includes in institutions including at the IIITB and National Law School of India, Bangalore. She was a visiting faculty at the University of Exeter Business School, UK. She has designed and conducted programs for Executive Education including ‘Finance for Non-finance Executives’ for a number of companies. Sessions in these programs covered Financial Statement Analysis, IFRS, Working Capital Management, Cost Management and other Finance related topics including Equity Valuation . She has also designed and conducted programs on ‘Corporate Governance’ and Compliance for Senior Management and at the Board level. Professor Srinivasan has been consultant to many organizations and has experience in the areas of design and implementation of management information systems and, design of cost accounting and other corporate accounting systems. She was a member of the consulting team for the International Finance Corporation (World Bank) for their Bangalore Infrastructure Project.
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|Issue Date||Title||Sub-Title||Author(s)||Journal Name||Volume Number||Issue Number||Pages|
|1||2008||An analysis of consolidated and parent-only financial statements of Indian companies||-||Narasimhan, M S ; Srinivasan, Padmini||ICFAI journal of accounting research||Vol.7||Iss.3||27-42p.|
|2||2012||The value relevance of consolidated financial statements in an emerging market: the case of India||-||Narasimhan, M S ; Srinivasan, Padmini||Asian Review of Accounting||Vol.20||Iss.1||58-73p.|