Corporate Governance in India


Code : GOV0005

Year :

Industry : Business Law, Governance and Ethics

Region : India

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Abstract: Taking cues from several other best governance practices in the world, Indian Corporate Governance has evolved over the last few years.

Three different committees had been set up whose recommendations are adopted in same measure.

Some of these recommendations are made mandatory while many others are yet to see the light of the day. India, becoming a major FDI destination for many global companies, and Indian companies going global, the need for prudent corporate governance practices is increasing.

Pedagogical Objectives:

  • To discuss the evolution of the corporate governance concept in India and the factors that triggered it
  • To discuss how the framing up of mandatory corporate governance laws by the Indian regulatory authorities influenced the companies in the country
  • To discuss the corporate governance practices being followed in India and to compare and contrast different international codes on the concept.

    Keywords : Corporate Governance Case Study, Boeing, Phil Condit, Harry Stonecipher, Pentagon and Boeing, Corporate scandals, Tanker deal, Lockheed and Boeing, Airbus, Defence deals, Integrated defence systems, Political connections, Government support, Ethical misconduct, Acquisitions, Charles Lindberg

    Contents :
    » Failures and Scandals
    » Initiatives taken by the Securities and Exchange Board of India
    » The Kumar Mangalam Birla Committee

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