An Empirical Study on Corporate Governance in Indian. 245 Pages. An Empirical Study on Corporate Governance in Indian. Uploaded by. Hoshang09 Bhesania. Download with Google Download with Facebook or download with email. An Empirical Study on Corporate Governance in Indian. Download. A study of Corporate Governance Practices of Corporate Sector in India Reference: Vora, Mital B.
(2005) A study of Corporate Governance Practices of Corporate Sector in India. Corporate governance: The effects of board characteristics, information technology maturity and transparency on company performance, (2008), by Sinan Dzta, Supervisor: Prof.
Dr. Atilla Dicle, University: Yeditepe University, Graduate Institute of Social Sciences, Doctor of Philosophy. Financial performance of companies can be studied with reference to, along with other abovementioned functions, how a company fares in the corporate governance index (see, Sarkar& Sarkar, 2012; Sarkar, Sarkar, & Sen, 2012).
The same can also be studied for a crosssection of firms, such as largecap firms, smallcap and midcap KEY WORDS e Governance Adoption, UTAUT, Trust The egovernance initiatives in the Master s Thesis eGovernance Technologies and Services The Master x27; s thesis is an academic research paper and an An academic supervisor is a PhD Jaak Tepandi (big data in egovernance, framework for Divyam Thesis Globalisation and liberalisation in the Indian economy has shifted corporate goals from a socio economic focus towards increasing shareholders value to the benefit of various stakeholders.
Although extensive research on CSRCFP has been carried out in developed countries, there is a paucity of such studies in India. Companies with better corporate governance create higher shareholders wealth in shortterm. Companies having higher corporate governance score show better financial performance on the basis of all measures of rate of return.
Companies with higher corporate governance score show better valuations. Corporate Governance as 'a system or process by which companies are directed and controlled. ' The bedrock of good corporate governance is conducting the affairs of a company in such a way as to ensure fairness to customers, employees, investors, vendors, the government and the society at large.