Authored By: Ramroop K. Sharma
Year of Publication: 2020
|Pages: 320||Binding: Paperback(PB)|
Category: Economics / Commerce & Managment
|Price in Rs. 840.00||Price in (USA) $. 67.2|
Corporate governance (CG) has emerged as an important ideal. There has been a spate of corporate frauds worldwide, e.g. Enron in the United States and Satyam Computers in India, to name a few. Such frauds eroded the wealth of shareholders who invest precious capital in enterprises. CG aims at protecting the interest of stakeholders, mainly equity shareholders. So, a robust regulatory framework and its enforcement is the foundation for ensuring competent corporate governance and maintaining the credibility of a regulatory system, in order to sustain investment activity in businesses.
The book provides insights about:
· The concepts, historical views, theories, and models of corporate governance.
· Clause 49 of the Listing Agreement.
· Provisions of the Companies Act, 2013.
· SEBI (LODR) Regulations, 2015.
· Past practices of selected CNX Nifty Index based companies and their compliance with corporate governance.
· Other important aspects relevant to corporate governance.
The book will be a useful reference for undergraduate, postgraduate and professional courses, as well as for researchers.
Dr. Ramroop K. Sharma is an Assistant Professor (CES) at the Department of Accounting and Financial Management, the Faculty of Commerce, The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Vadodara, Gujarat, India. An alumnus of Baroda University, he has an MCom specializing in Accounting and Financial Management and has been teaching for 16 years at the university. He has taught undergraduate courses mainly in the area of Accounting. Apart from this, he has taught Corporate Governance at the BBA level and also taught Accounting for Managers at the Postgraduate Diploma Programme in Financial Management. On the research front, he earned a PhD in Management Studies in the area of Corporate Governance from the Faculty of Management Studies from this university. He has more than 27 international and national publications to his credit, has presented many papers and has won three awards for research papers at international and national conferences. He is also working on a research project in the area of Corporate Governance sanctioned by the Research and Consultancy Cell, The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda. He has been a resource person in the national workshop and was invited for a lecture by a state university. He has guided about 18 projects related to postgraduate courses and 23 to undergraduate courses. Dr. Sharma is a life member of the Indian Accounting Association, Ahmedabad Branch, Universities Commerce and Management Teachers’ Association (UCMTA), Gujarat and Indian Association for Management Development, Lucknow.