IIMs Shortlist for Admissions 2022: The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (IBC / Code) is a noble law as it is designed to take care of a person who needs it most, whether it is a company, an LLP, a proprietorship, or partnership firm, or an individual. Over the past five years, the Code, the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (IBBI), the Adjudicating Authorities (the NCLT), and the Appellate Authority (the NCLAT) for the matters under the Code have had an eventful journey, including that of handling COVID-19 pandemic induced disruptions.
IIMs Call for Papers 2022
Starting from the implementation of the Code, setting up of new organization and complete infrastructure to handle insolvency activities, the Indian regulatory environment for insolvency and bankruptcy of corporates, to start with, has witnessed a remarkable transition from an archaic resolution and liquidation process to a modern one attempting and facilitating the faster resolution of distressed companies and assets.
The Supreme Court of India has been proactively clarifying a number of provisions of the Code as they have arisen during the course of its implementation. Having undergone six amendments since its enactment, the Code continues to be a work in progress.
Insolvency resolution regime is an important part of a well-governed polity and efficient economy. It enables the creation of an environment that is conducive for entrepreneurship and appropriate risk-taking while safeguarding creditors, as well as providing expertise and service for businesses and persons facing financial stress. There is now a growing body of literature that aims to address the gaps between the theoretical aspects of insolvency law and its practice and impact on the ground. Academic knowledge, evidence, and expertise can help inform, design, improve and test policy and ultimately make government policy better. Deep research can bring together evidence to support policymakers in achieving real-world outcomes.
IIMs Shortlist for Admissions 2022
This includes the development and use of a sound evidence base through robust and continuous research. It is crucial to continue to study the impact of the insolvency framework created by the IBC, look at its future, investigate its strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats on a regular basis. Deep research can identify how the framework will need to adapt to meet future challenges and how the policy and regulatory framework may complement the ‘ease of doing business’ aspirations of the country. To promote research and discourse in the field of insolvency and bankruptcy, the two-day international research conference calls upon academics & researchers, lawyers, economists, regulators, to submit research proposals.
The conference will be held physically at the Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad campus from 30th April, 2022 to 1st May, 2022.
The conference is open to individuals from all disciplines interested and involved in the insolvency and bankruptcy process and its multi-disciplinary issues. Conference organizers encourage professionals and scholars to participate and present their papers in any of the topics listed above. Check Other Govt Jobs Notifications
There is no participation fee. Professionals, scholars, and students can also register and participate in the event without presenting the paper.
IIMs Conference facilities:
All the registered participants will be given conference materials and food and snacks for two days. Participation certificate will be issued on request. Join Telegram Channel
IIMs Important dates:
|Abstract/Proposal submission||[07th January 2022]|
|Acceptance/ Rejection notification||[21st January 2022]|
|Submission of full papers||[21st March 2022]|
|Final paper acceptance/ rejection notification||[10th April 2022]|
|Presentation of the paper||[30th April 2022 to 1st May 2022]|
|Submission of the revised paper||[31st May 2022]|
IIMs Conference language:
The conference proceedings will be in English; no simultaneous translation will be available.
IIMs Conference Team:
- Abhiman Das, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad
- Anuradha Guru, Research Guidance Group, Insolvency, and Bankruptcy Board of India
- Kokila Jayaram, Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India
- M P Ram Mohan, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad
- Ritesh Kavdia, Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India
For any further query/ information please reach us at:
Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India
2nd Floor, Jeevan Vihar Building
Sansad Marg, New Delhi – 110001.
Phone: 011 – 23462999
Email: [email protected]