This compact and concise text, now in its third edition, continues to give a clear analysis of the principles and practices of corporate governanceathe corporate governance practices prevalent in India as well as in other industrialized countries around the globe. The book begins with an introduction to corporate governance, and then moves on to describe the evolution of corporate governance system. It gives a detailed description of the principles, philosophy, structure and the process of corporate governance. The text also contains sample study analyses of some listed Indian companies under BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty. Besides, it provides recommendations of various national committees on corporate governance reforms. In this edition, a new chapter on Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability has been added. Primarily intended for the students of management, law and commerce, the book can also be used by professionals, regulatory authorities and policy-makers. KEY FEATURES : Outlines a road map for Indian companies to achieve international standards of corporate governance. Provides an explorative and evaluative study on the standards and practices of corporate governance in India. Includes figures and tables to give a better understanding of the concepts discussed.Taxmanna#39;s Companies Act as Amended by Companies (Amendment) Act 2002, Taxmann Allied Services (P) Ltd., New Delhi, 2002. Taxmanna#39;s SEBI Manual, 2005. The Companies (Amendment) Bill, 2003a, Chartered Secretary, June, 2003 .
|Title||:||CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN INDIA|
|Author||:||SUBHASH CHANDRA DAS|
|Publisher||:||PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd. - 2012-06-02|