Dr. Anjali Tuli

Assistant Professor of Commerce


Educational Qualifications

  • Ph.D., M.Phil., & Masters in Corporate Finance
  • Delhi School of Economics

Area of Research

  • Corporate finance
  • Taxation


Dr. Anjali Tuli is an insightful educator with a strong academic record and over thirteen years of teaching-learning experience in the esteemed University of Delhi.

She holds a Ph.D., M.Phil., and Masters in Corporate Finance from Faculty of Commerce and Business, Delhi School of Economics. She is an alumnus of Shri Ram College of Commerce, University of Delhi.

Before joining SNU, she served as Assistant Professor in the Commerce Department at Hansraj College, University of Delhi for more than a decade. She has taught direct tax laws, corporate laws, corporate governance, and business statistics across several semesters. She has mentored students on real time projects given by corporates/NGOs.

Her research is published in the reputed journals indexed in ABDC and Web of Science list. She was awarded an honorarium of INR 25K for publication of research paper in ‘Money and Finance’: ICRA Bulletin.

She has conducted peer review for International Review of Financial Analysis (ABDC:A). She is driven to contribute to high-quality and original research in the area of corporate finance and taxation.

Work Experience

  •  Over thirteen years of teaching-learning experience at the University of Delhi
  • Assistant Professor in the Commerce Department at Hansraj College, University of Delhi, for more than a decade


  1.  Tuli, A. | Sage Publications (Scopus and WOS indexed, ABDC:C |2016 Firms’ choice of seasoned equity issuance Method – Taking private or non-private Route. Global Business Review, 17(2), 400–410.
  2. Tuli, A., & Shukla, A. | Sage Publications (IIM-A, Scopus indexed, ABS 1) |2015 Informational effect of select private placements of equity: An empirical analysis in Indian capital market. Vikalpa: The Journal for Decision Makers, 40(2), 165–190.
  3. Tuli, A., & Shukla, A. |ICRA Bulletin| 2015, November Analysis of firms’ choice of seasoned equity placements in India: Taking private or public route. Money & Finance, 41–61.
  4.  Tuli, A., & Shukla, A. | Springer Publishing (IIM-C, WOS indexed) |2014 An empirical study on seasoned equity choice between QIPs and rights issues in India. Decision, 41(3), 279–297.