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Fintech for the poor: Financial intermediation without discrimination
P Tantri
Review of Finance 25 (2), 561-593, 2021
612021
Bank cleanups, capitalization, and lending: Evidence from india
Y Chopra, K Subramanian, PL Tantri
The Review of Financial Studies 34 (9), 4132-4176, 2021
552021
Borrowers’ distress and debt relief: Evidence from a natural experiment
S Mukherjee, K Subramanian, P Tantri
The Journal of Law and Economics 61 (4), 607-635, 2018
392018
Bank accounts for the unbanked: Evidence from a big bang experiment
Y Chopra, N Prabhala, PL Tantri
Indian School of Business WP 2191091, 2023
352023
Creditor rights and relationship banking: Evidence from a policy experiment
GS Bhue, NR Prabhala, PL Tantri
332015
Effects of CEO turnover in banks: Evidence using exogenous turnovers in Indian banks
A Sarkar, K Subramanian, P Tantri
Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis 54 (1), 183-214, 2019
292019
Contagious effects of a political intervention in debt contracts: Evidence using loan-level data
PL Tantri
The Review of Financial Studies 31 (11), 4556-4592, 2018
232018
Does a government mandate crowd out voluntary corporate social responsibility? Evidence from India
S Rajgopal, P Tantri
Journal of Accounting Research 61 (1), 415-447, 2023
222023
Government employment guarantee, labor supply, and firms’ reaction: Evidence from the largest public workfare program in the world
S Agarwal, S Alok, Y Chopra, P Tantri
Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis 56 (2), 409-442, 2021
212021
Borrowing culture and debt relief: Evidence from a policy experiment
S De, PL Tantri
Asian Finance Association (AsianFA) 2014 Conference Paper, 2014
162014
Costs of job rotation: Evidence from mandatory loan officer rotation
S Bhowal, K Subramanian, P Tantri
Management Science 67 (4), 2075-2095, 2021
142021
Demand curves for stocks do not slope down: Evidence using an exogenous supply shock
A Jain, P Tantri, RS Thirumalai
Journal of Banking & Finance 104, 19-30, 2019
112019
Does mandated corporate social responsibility reduce intrinsic motivation? Evidence from India
S Rajgopal, P Tantri
Accounting Workshop 1, 20-22, 2018
112018
Inherent quality or nepotism?: Performance analysis of political dynasties in a democracy
PL Tantri, N Thota
Performance Analysis of Political Dynasties in a Democracy (March 2017 …, 2017
112017
Costs and benefits of debt moratoria: Evidence from a natural experiment in india
A Mukherjee, K Subramanian, PL Tantri
Indian School of Business, 2014
112014
Soft information and the cost of job rotation: evidence from loan officer rotation
S Bhowal, K Subramanian, PL Tantri
Indian School of Business WP 2362104, 2013
112013
Identifying ever-greening: Evidence using loan-level data
P Tantri
Journal of Banking & Finance 122, 105997, 2021
102021
Fintech For The Poor: Do Technological Failures Deter Financial Inclusion?
P Balasubramanian, SV Chandra, A Murlidharan, PL Tantri
Aditya and Tantri, Prasanna L., Fintech For The Poor: Do Technological …, 2021
102021
Do Programs Mandating Small Business Lending Disincentivize Growth?: Evidence from a Policy Experiment
G Bhue, NR Prabhala, P Tantri
National Stock Exchange of India Limited, 2016
102016
Creditors’ Rights and Strategic Default: Evidence from India
P Tantri
The Journal of Law and Economics 63 (3), 411-447, 2020
92020
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