Looking at and Beyond Corporate Governance in India : A Journey of Three Decades of Reforms

By (author)Joshi

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This book explores theoretical and empirical perspectives on corporate governance and sustainability and reflects upon India?s three decades of corporate governance reforms. It provides a solid base of information culled from extensive empirical research. It will contribute to the 2030 agenda of the United Nations on Sustainable Development Goals by lighting the way forward and enhancing the convergence of corporate governance with sustainability in business entities. Adopting a credible and uniform sustainability reporting framework and cultivating a pervasive ?sustainability culture? through effective ?sustainability leadership? has become a business imperative. It will be highly relevant for all stakeholders, including shareholders, boards of directors, managers, academicians, and researchers, and it will empower, enrich, and enable them to gain more conceptual clarity and empirical understanding of corporate governance and sustainability issues.

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Book Author

Joshi

Edition

1st

Format

Hardback

ISBN

9789819934003

Language

English

Pages

240

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