NPA Legislations In India: Law And Finance Series

ISBN Number : 978-93-5433-577-8

Student Price : Rs.498

Student Dollar Price : 20$

Library Price : Rs.1375

Library Dollar Price : 55$

Book Edition : First

Year of Publication : 2021

No. Of Pages : 276

About The Book

Non-Performing Assets ("NPAs") have wreaked havoc upon the economic health of the country since long. This is evident from the fact that the process of setting up of committees and acting upon their recommendations to deal with this menace began way back in 1991.

This book entails a detailed discussion on the problem of Non-Performing Asset ("NPA") in the country and explains the different legislations enacted for controlling the burgeoning quantum of bad debts. The book deliberates and discusses NPA Laws in India and it acts as a 'one-stop shop' for the readers in the domain of 'Law and Finance'.

The legislative framework of debt recovery framework such as RDDBFI Act, 1993, the SARFAESI Act, 2002 and Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 has been encapsulated with economic analysis of these laws. The book deals with principles of Microeconomics and Macroeconomics and its application with NPA Legislations in India. The various themes covered in the book include a Legislative Overview of Debt Recovery, Law and Economics in the Corporate World, Behavioural Approach towards NPA, Case Study of SBI and PNB, Economic Efficiency of NPA Legislations, COVID-19 and Insolvency Regime, Deterrence Effect of IBC, etc.

This book will be greatly interesting for all the stakeholders be it the lawyers, insolvency professionals, regulators, researchers or students in the area of NPA Laws/Insolvency Laws/Debt Recovery Laws in India. The chapters covering specific legislations act as a primer while the ancillary chapters provide content for an advanced level understanding.


Contents -

1: Recovering Debt in India: A Legislative Overview - Pratik Parashar Sarmah & Dr. Hiteshkumar Thakkar
2: Understanding Law and Economics in the Corporate World - Kundhavi Suresh Kumar
3: Behavioural Causes Behind: The Indian NPA Pile Up and Financial Crises - Tanishka Tirgar, Kumar Adarsh & Joutishman Konwar
4: State Bank of India and Punjab National Bank in Relation to its NPAs: A Case Study - Ansh Desai & Devarsh Pandya
5: An Analysis of NPA through Recovery of Debt Due to Banks and Financial Institutions Act, 1993 - Ayushi Tomar
6: Economic Analysis of Causes Related to Jurisdiction of Debt Recovery Tribunal - Akshay Shrivastava & Rishabh Manihar
7: The SARFAESI Act, 2002: An Analysis - Sayani De, Abhiraj Das & Nihal Deo
8: Legal Remedies to the Problem of Rising Non-Performing Assets: An Analysis of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 - Keertana Venkatesh, Pranika Jean Correa & Anjana Sathy
9: Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code of India: Comparative Study with US and UK in Understanding its Efficiency - Sarvotham M. Naik
10: Efficiency Analysis of the Cross-border Insolvency Regime - Yash More & Hitoishi Sarkar
11: The RDDBFI Act, 1993, the SARFAESI Act, 2002 and the IBC, 2016: A Combined Study - Rashi Rawat, Prominder Goyat & Sarthak Makkar
12: A Comparative Analysis of Non-Performing Assets around the World - Varun Kasthuri, Raunak Sood & Manasa Venkatachalam
13: Liability of Top-level Management as a Solution for NPA Problem in India - Avinash Kumar, Manthan Nagpal & Rishab Aggarwal
14: Interplay of Insolvency Regime and COVID-19 - Krishna Agarwal
15: The Deterrence Effect of IBC: A Forecast-based Analysis of the CIRP and the Liquidation Process - Dr. Hiteshkumar Thakkar, Dr. Gaurang Rami & Pratik P. Sarmah

About The Author

Dr. Hiteshkumar Thakkar is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar (India) since 2010 (more than 11 years of experience). His areas of research interest are Macroeconomics Theories and Practices, Money Banking and Public Finance, and Law and Economics. He has edited books, namely, Law and Economics in India: Understanding and Practice (Taylor & Francis, 2017), Economic Analysis of Law: An Indian Perspective (LexisNexis, 2014), and Maritime Security and Piracy: Global Issues, Challenges and Solutions (Eastern Book Company, 2012). He has reviewed the book of Taylor & Francis and Sage Publications in the domain of Law and Economics. He has published thirteen research papers, which are Scopus, WoS, ABDC and/or UGC indexed journals, and has contributed several chapters in the edited books. He has presented around twenty-two research papers in the renowned conference organized by IIMA, IIMB, IITK, Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, Flame University, NLIU Bhopal, Multimedia University, Malaysia, etc. He got German Academic Exchange Services (DAAD) Scholarship for the study and research exchange, University of Cologne, Germany from 31 March, 2014 to 28 June, 2014. He is actively associated with research, training and extension activities in the Centre for Law and Economics at Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar (India).

Book Reviews

Login Form