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Dr Anindya Sen

Anindya Sen

Lecturer

B.Stat (Indian Statistical Institute), PhD, Mathematics(Chicago)

Tel 64 3 4798104

Office CO3.18

Email anindya.sen@otago.ac.nz

Dr Anindya Sen joined the Accountancy & Finance department in May 2014.  Anindya also teaches core courses in Statistics and Finance in the MBA program. Both subjects are extremely relevant in the corporate world and have a significant quantitative component.  He strongly recommends that anyone taking his papers be comfortable with mathematics at the GMAT level at least (but more is always merrier).

International teaching and industry experience.

Anindya has a wealth of experience both as an academic and a practitioner.  He was formerly lecturing at the Indian Institute of Management, one of India’s leading business schools.  Prior to this, he worked for four years as a Quantitative Strategist at leading investment banks, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley in London.  His primary responsibility involved modelling complex financial derivatives and designing customized financial products for clients. 

Global Perspective

The material taught in Anindya’s courses is universally applicable and not confined to any cultural or regional context. In his teaching, he tries to demonstrate this fact by drawing on examples from various disciplines including multiple areas of management, and if necessary, even the natural sciences.

Teaching

  • FINC 202 Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management

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Publications

Whiting, R. H., Hansen, P., & Sen, A. (2017). A tool for measuring SME's reputation, engagement and goodwill: A New Zealand exploratory study. Journal of Intellectual Capital, 18(1), 170-188. doi: 10.1108/JIC-02-2016-0028

Tan, E. K. M., & Sen, A. (2017). Does educational diversity of managers matter for the performance of team-managed funds? Accounting & Finance. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1111/acfi.12265

Whiting, R. H., Hansen, P., & Sen, A. (2016). A tool for measuring SMEs' reputation, engagement and goodwill including internet and social media presence. Proceedings of the 8th Asia-Pacific Interdisciplinary Research in Accounting (APIRA) Conference. Retrieved from https://www.xcdsystem.com/APIRA2016/program/index.cfm?pgid=650&search=1&qtype=ID&AbID=112995&submit=Go

Sen, A., & Tan, K. M. (2016). The effect of fund managers' educational background on fund performance and money flows. Proceedings of the New Zealand Finance Colloquium. Retrieved from http://www.nzfc.ac.nz/archives/2016/schedule/

Journal - Research Article

Whiting, R. H., Hansen, P., & Sen, A. (2017). A tool for measuring SME's reputation, engagement and goodwill: A New Zealand exploratory study. Journal of Intellectual Capital, 18(1), 170-188. doi: 10.1108/JIC-02-2016-0028

Tan, E. K. M., & Sen, A. (2017). Does educational diversity of managers matter for the performance of team-managed funds? Accounting & Finance. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1111/acfi.12265

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Conference Contribution - Published proceedings: Full paper

Whiting, R. H., Hansen, P., & Sen, A. (2016). A tool for measuring SMEs' reputation, engagement and goodwill including internet and social media presence. Proceedings of the 8th Asia-Pacific Interdisciplinary Research in Accounting (APIRA) Conference. Retrieved from https://www.xcdsystem.com/APIRA2016/program/index.cfm?pgid=650&search=1&qtype=ID&AbID=112995&submit=Go

Sen, A., & Tan, K. M. (2016). The effect of fund managers' educational background on fund performance and money flows. Proceedings of the New Zealand Finance Colloquium. Retrieved from http://www.nzfc.ac.nz/archives/2016/schedule/

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