Research Interests: Corporate Accounting, Management Accounting, IFRS Convergence, Capital Structure of Companies, Financial Restructuring.
Vibha Tripathi is an Assistant Professor in the Finance Accounting & Control area at Amrut Mody School of Management, Ahmedabad University. She holds a PhD in Accountancy from Gujarat University. She has over 15 years of academic experience and has been involved in teaching and mentoring undergraduate and postgraduate students at the University. She is the Area coordinator and Major advisor of the Finance, Accounting and Control area at AMSOM. Her interest areas are Financial Reporting, Corporate Accounting, Restructuring of companies, Management Accounting, Capital Structure and Convergence of Indian Accounting Standards (IND AS) with IFRS. She has developed and taught courses like Financial Statements and Analysis, Corporate and Advanced Corporate Accounting, Financial Accounting and Management Accounting at Ahmedabad University. These courses encompass the new IFRS converged financial statements and focus on accounting for core business transactions. Her teaching philosophy includes blending real-life companies data, case studies and projects along with classroom teaching. She has developed case studies that intertwine the application of accounting and finance concepts for classroom use. Moreover, she has visited various manufacturing and service industries within and outside INDIA. She has visited Polysolar Ltd, Cambridge U.K., Region Ltd, Clean Tech Ltd, UKIBC and FICCI in London. In Delhi & Ludhiana: Vardhman Textiles, Vihaan Network Limited, Shyam Telecom Limited and Whirlpool Limited. In Gujarat: Adani gas, Mundra port, Orpat Electronics, Welspun, Atul chemicals.
SPECIAL PROGRAMS ATTENDED
Faculty Development Programme -Selected for the Cambridge Immersion Programme as a part of the EMBA Programme of AMSOM and visited Judge Business School, Cambridge University during June-July 2014.
Tripathi V. (2021). Capital Structure, Financial Performance and Agency Theory in the Automobile Industry in India, The IUP Journal of Accounting Research & Audit Practices, Vol. XX, No. 2, pp. 58-78. (ABDC List)
Tripathi V.(2019). Agency Theory, Ownership Structure And Capital Structure: An Empirical Investigation In The Indian Automobile Industry” Asia Pacific Management Accounting Journal, ISSN Number: Vol 14, No 2, Pg: 1-22 (ABDC list, Web of Science and UGC Care List)
Tripathi V.(2018). Panel Data Analysis of Determinants of Leverage in the Automobile Industry in India” International Journal of Financial Management , ISSN Number: 2229-5682,VOL 8, No 4, Pg: 29-47 (UGC Care List)
Tripathi V.(2016) Corporate Financing Pattern and Capital Structure Analysis of Leading Automobile Companies In India: A Panel Data Regression. Journal of Commerce & Accounting Research, ISSN Number: 2277-2146,VOL V, No 4, Pg: 44-55. (ABDC List)
Tripathi V. and K. B. Rao. (2016). Progress Card of the Indian Automobile Industry. Journal of Business Strategy , ISSN Number: 0972-9259,VOL 13, No 3, Pg:48-61. (UGC Care List)
Tripathi V. Convergence to IND AS 16: Changes and Implications. The IUP Journal of Accounting Research and Audit Practices, ISSN Number: 0972-690X, Vol XIV, NO 3, Pg.: 7-28. (UGC Care List) (ABDC List)
Tripathi V. (2015). Convergence of AS 14 Amalgamation to IND AS 103 Business Combination and carve outs from IFRS 3, FOCUS – an International Journal of Management, Jagdish Sheth School of Management), ISSN: 0973-9165, Vol 10.No:2, Pg.: 91-97. (UGC Care List)
Tripathi V. (2014). Converged IND AS 103 Business Combination and Treatment of Goodwill and Bargain purchase” Chartered Accountant -A National level Journal, volume 62. No 7, RNI no 738/57, ISSN 0009-188X (Practicing Journal)(UGC Care List)
Taught various courses of Accountancy at Undergraduate and Post graduate level
Courses offered at present:
Paper titled Managing the IFRS Changeover: Convergence of Ind AS 16 with IAS 16, presented in April 2012 at International Conference on Contemporary innovative Practices in Management in the area of finance at Pacific university, Udaipur.
Case Studies published at ECCH(now Case Centre)
Case Reference no. 121-0008-1
2. Internal Reconstruction Scheme: A Solution to Accumulated Losses (2021)
Case Reference no. 121-0017-1
Case Link: casecent.re/p/175253
3. Understanding complexity of a Cash Flow Statement
Reference no. 121-0103-1
Case Link: https://casecent.re/p/179762
Area Co ordinator-Finance, Accounting and Control
Major Advisor-Finance, Accounting and Control Area
Reviewer: Reviewed a paper (2021) "How Has The COVID-19 Pandemic Affected Earnings Management? Evidence from Europe" for Global Business Review- ABDC-C Category journal ,Sage Publications.
Link for review:https://publons.com/dashboard/records/review/