JBS Faculty

Name : Dr. Sujata Kapoor
Qualifications : B.Com (Hons), MCom, MBA (Finance), Phd ( Corporate Finance)
Work Experience : More than 9 years
Research Interests : Corporate Finance and Behavior Finance
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Dr. Sujata Kapoor, a PhD. in Corporate Finance is working as an Assistant Professor with Jaypee Business School. She has an experience of over 9 years in teaching. She is responsible for handling advance courses in finance. Academically, she has earned MBA (Finance), M.Com and B. Com (Hons.) from prestigious institutes in India. She has to her credit various publications in national and international journals.



  1. Jaya M prosad, Kapoor Sujata, Jhumur Sengupta, "Impact of Overconfidence and the Disposition Effect on Trading Volume: An Empirical Investigation of Indian Equity Market", International Journal of Research in Management and Technology (IJRMT), Vol3 No.4, August 2013 issue
  2. Jaya M. Prosad, Kapoor Sujata, and Jhumur Sengupta, "An Examination of Herd Behavior: An Empirical Evidence from Indian Equity Market", International Journal of Trade, Economics and Finance (IJTEF), Vol.3(2): 154-157,March 2012.
  3. Kapoor,Sujata, and  Anil ,Kanwal , "Leading Determinants of Dividend payout Ratios- A study of Indian FMCG sector",Management and Organisation, Vol. 2(2),December 2010.
  4. Kapoor,Sujata, and  Anil ,Kanwal and Misra ,Anil "Dividend Policy determinants of Indian FMCG sector: A factorial analysis",Journal of Modern Accounting and Finance, Vol.6( 9):50-64, September 2010
  5. Anil ,Kanwal, and Kapoor,Sujata,"Relevance of Signaling and Smoothing Approaches to Dividend: A study of Indian IT Sector",Asia Pacific Business Review, Vol. IV (4):104-123 ,October-December2008.
  6. Anil, Kanwal, and Kapoor,Sujata, "Determinants of Dividend Payout ratios- A study of Indian Information Technology sector",International Research Journal Of Finance and Economics, Issue 15:63-71, May 2008.
  7. Anil, Kanwal, and Kapoor,Sujata, "Relevance of Signalling and Smoothing approaches to dividend- A study of Indian FMCG sector", Business Perspectives,Vol.10(1):13-22, Jan-June 2008.
  8. Kapoor, Sujata, and Anil, Kanwal "Relevance of Information asymmetry Models-a study of Indian Information technology Sector",International Journal Of Business research Vol.7 (5): 1-9, October 2007.
  9.  Jaya M. Prosad, Kapoor Sujata, and Jhumur Sengupta, "Behavioral Biases of Indian Investors: A Survey of Delhi-NCR Region”, Qualitative Research in Financial Markets, Emerald Publishing House, Vol.7 (3), 230-263, August 2015.
  10. H. K Baker and S.Kapoor,"Why Indian firms engage in stock distributions ", Managerial Finance, Emerald Publishing House, Vol.41 (7), 658-672,July 2015.
  11. H. K Baker and S.Kapoor,"Dividend Policy in India: New Survey Evidence", Managerial Finance (Special Dividend policy issue), Vol.41 (2), Emerald Publishing House, January 2015.[Rated as top 20 articles of Managerial Finance]

  12. J.M. Prosad, S. Kapoor and J. Sengupta, “Exploring Optimism and Pessimism in Indian Equity Market”, Review of Behavioral Finance, Emerald Publishing House, Vol.7 (1),June 2015

National :

  1. Kapoor,Sujata, and Misra ,Anil and  Anil ,Kanwal ," Dividend Policy determinants of Indian Services sector: A factorial analysis",Paradigm,vol.14(1):24-41 ,July 2010
  2. Kapoor,Sujata, "Relevance of Information Asymmetry Dividend models- A study of Indian FMCG sector", Effulgence ,Vol.6(2):12-17,July-Dec 2008
  3. Kapoor, Sujata, and Mishra, Nandita"Implementation, Application & Benefits of Delivery Order System - A Case Study of Samsung India", ICFAI journal of supply chain management ,Vol.IV(3): 82-97 ,September 2007 .(The same study has also been included in ICFAI case book.)
  4. Kapoor, Sujata, "Dividend policy – A review", Management review, Vol.34:10-14, September, 2007.
  5. Kapoor ,Sujata ,"Relevance of information asymmetry models in Indian context" Indian Journal Of Finance, Vol.1(2): 7-12 ,June- July 2007.

Books / Chapters / Case / Others:

  1. Jaya M. Prosad, Kapoor Sujata, and Jhumur Sengupta, "Theory of Behavior Finance”, Handbook of Research on Behavioral Finance and Investment Strategies: Decision Making in the Financial Industry, A volume in the Advances in Finance, Accounting, and Economics (AFAE) Book Series,IGI Global., (ISSN: 2327-5677; eISSN: 2327-5685)



  1. Jaya M. Prosad, Kapoor, Sujata, and Jhumur Sengupta, "Do overconfidence and disposition effect prevail in Indian Equity market: An Empirical Evidence", India Finance conference, IIM Calcutta, December 2012.
  2. Jaya M. Prosad, Kapoor, Sujata, and Jhumur Sengupta, "An Examination of Herd Behavior: An Empirical study on Indian Equity Market", IEDRC India Conference, Chennai, March 2012.
  3. Kapoor,Sujata,and Kanwal, Anil, "Determinants of Corporate Dividend Policy in Indian Information Technology Sector: A factorial Analysis", International Finance Conference ,IIM Calcutta ,December 2009.
  4. Kapoor,Sujata ,Kanwal, Anil and Abidi, Naseem, "Determinants of dividend payout ratios- A study of Indian FMCG sector", The International Conference on Global Issues in Business and Technology, National Institute of Financial Management, India,  August 2008.
  5. Kapoor, Sujata, and Kanwal,Anil, "Relevance of Information asymmetry Models-a study of Indian Information Technology Sector", Research / Teaching Excellence in Business and Economics, Las Vegas, Nevada, October 2007.
  6. H. Baker Kent and S.Kapoor ,"Dividend Policy in India: New Survey Evidence",  Financial Management Association annual meet, October 15th-18th‘2014, Nashville, USA.