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Prof. Arti Omar
Assistant Professor - Finance
Email: arti.omar@flame.edu.in
Dr. Arti Omar is Assistant Professor- Finance received her Doctorate Degree from IIT Madras. She also holds a Five-year Integrated Post Graduation (B.Tech in IT and MBA in Finance) from ABV-Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management, Gwalior.

Dr. Arti has nearly nine years of academic association as a teacher and researcher. She was holding Lectureship position for four years in Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge Technologies RGU-IIIT), Nuzvidu, Andhra Pradesh. During her Ph.D, she has gained wide experience by assisting professors in the domain of Finance and Operations. 

Dr. Arti has received many best paper awards at national conferences including COSMAR’19, IISc Bangalore; PAN-IIM, IIM Rohtak; and Research Symposium, IIT Madras for her outstanding research work. Besides national conferences, she has also presented her research work at many reputed international conferences including 7th Vietnam Symposium in Banking and Finance, 20th Annual Conference of European Economics and Finance Society (EEFS), Annual Event of Finance Research Letters (FRL)-Frontiers in Credit Risk, Asia-Pacific Applied Economics Association (APAEA)’20. During her Ph.D, she has also received a Research Grant from Indian Council of Social Science Research for her project. 

Prof. Arti has a keen interest in teaching Quantitative Finance, Financial Risk Management, Financial Institutions and Markets, Fixed Income Securities, Corporate Hedging Strategies and Portfolio Management. Her research interests lie in the areas which involves financial risk, financial fragility, financial markets, financial modelling and fixed income securities. 



  • Sah, T., Kaushik, R., Bailwal, N., & Tep, N. (2019). Mohalla Clinics in Delhi: A Preliminary Assessment of their Functioning and Coverage. Indian Journal of Human Development13(2), 195-210.

  •  Bailwal, N., Kaushik, R., & Sah, T. (2020). Importance of Primary Healthcare in Delhi in the Times of COVID-Indian  Journal of Human Development14(3), 527-535.

  • Kaushik, R., & Paul, S. B. (2021). Strategic Interactions, Bargaining Power and Stability of Joint Venture in  an Emerging  Nation. Journal of Industry, Competition and Trade, 1-22.

Working Papers:

  • Firm level Innovation Persistence, Sectoral Patterns and Effect of Competition in a Developing Country: Evidence from India. (Revise and Resubmit).

  • STEM education, Firm Complexity and structure of corporate board members in determining the innovation effort: Evidence from India.

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