IICA’s Edited Volume on “Corporate Governance in India: Change and Continuity” published by Oxford University Press (OUP), provides an insight into advancing and improving corporate governance practices in India. It explores the evolution of corporate governance and addresses crucial aspects such as compensation for executives, gender diversity on Indian boards, ethical business, independent directors, audit committees, corporate governance in state-owned enterprises and corporate social responsibility.
TARI contributed two chapters to this book. Kaushik Dutta, Prasanna Mohanty and Naveen Srivastva contributed chapters on “Enabling Laws, Greater Liabilities, Higher Enforcements – Are we moving towards a more Ethical Business World in India?” and “Integrity of Financial Reporting: Demystifying the Role of Audit Committee”.
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There are many positive ways for business to make a difference in the lives of the poor - not through philanthropy but though initiatives that, over time, will help build new markets.
Kofi Annan: World Economic Forum