Email
    glakshmi@lincoln.ac.uk
    Telephone
    01522 83 5612
    Post
    University of Lincoln
    Brayford Pool
    Lincoln
    Lincolnshire
    LN6 7TS
    United Kingdom

    Dr Geeta Lakshmi

    Principal Lecturer (Teaching) / Programme Leader

    Department of Accountancy Finance and Economics
    Lincoln International Business School

    About Geeta Lakshmi

    Geeta has worked in a number of UK Universities teaching Finance. She joined UOL in 2004 and has supervised and examined PhD students. Currently, she has as Director of study, 3 PhD completions and over 40 postgraduate and undergraduate dissertations to her credit.

    Department Responsibilities

    Module Leader:
    Financial Management (2nd Year, BA Accounting and Finance and Business and Finance)
    Bond Pricing and Fund Management (MSc Finance)
    Finance and Accounting (Msc International Business and various)

    Programme Leader: Msc Finance

    PhD supervisor and Examiner
    Administrative responsibilities:-
    Student Engagement Champion (Accounting, Finance and Economics)
    Lincoln International Business School Rep, Learning Gain
    Member Graduate Success, Enterprise & Innovation, UOL Lincoln Business School assessment working group
    Member External Examiners Committee, UOL

    Subject Specialism

    Finance

    Qualifications

    • PhD — University of Exeter, 1996
    • MCom — University of Delhi, 1984
    • B.Com (hons) M.Com (Delhi University), Mphil(Delhi University), PhD (Exeter) — University of Delhi, 1982

    Awards

    • CDAF Bursary, 2012, College Research Funds (2014)

    External Activities and Consultancy

    I have worked with colleagues in University of Oxford and University of Reading on projects funded by IFA, World Bank and CDC, UK

    I am a director of Sustainable Hockerton   (SHOCK), a community owned wind turbine and PV panel project. This is a project I helped to set up, which promotes sustainable living in the community. http://www.sustainablehockerton.org/
    I am interested in research on how community interactions can enhance the role of sustainable financial sector.

    Research Interests

    Research Group Memberships

    • British Academy of Mnagement, British Accounting and Finance Association

    Research in the Lincoln Repository

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