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Ankita Marwaha is an FPM student in Accounting at the Indian School of Business. Her current research explores how litigation risk impacts risk factor disclosure complexity, and how these disclosures vary with management changes. She is interested in looking at the usefulness of financial disclosures, particularly qualitative disclosures, to the market.
Chartered Accountancy, Institute of Chartered Accountants of India
Bachelors in Commerce, Bharathiar University
Qualitative financial disclosures, implicit biases in markets
All India Rank 18, IPCC (Level II), Institute of Chartered Accountants of India
Publications and working papers
Risk factor disclosure complexity and litigation risk: Evidence from textual analysis (Job Market Paper)
The Emergence of Racial Sympathy: Evidence from the Stock Market Reaction to anti-Asian Sentiment during COVID-19 (With Saipriya Kamath & Devin Shanthikumar; currently under revision)
Managerial Changes and Risk Factor Disclosures (Part of Dissertation)