288 Seiten, Gebunden, Format (B × H): 140 mm x 215 mm
Verlag: Oxford University Press
Som Stock Market Capitalization and Corporate GovernanceThe book provides an outline of corporate governance systems across the world and specific corporate governance issues in emerging markets like in India. It covers functioning of corporate governance mechanisms in general and relates them specifically to CG in India along with a commentary on their effectiveness. By providing an overview of the Bombay Stock Exchange which represents the Indian capital market, it provides an understanding of the Indian capital market and its regulatory environment. The book analyses the need for effective non-market corporate governance institutions improvised and innovative ways of achieving governance patterns in emerging countries making a transition from relatively closed to more open and market-friendly systems and a culture of corporate responsibility, transparency, and vigilance to catch corporate culprits.
The book outlines the growth, regulation, and evolution of financial systems of both emerging as well as developed stock markets since the 1990s. Their role and performance as mechanisms for mobilizing and allocating capital and deviced as performance monitoring in the capital markets - corporate governance - are central to this book. By providing an overview of the Bombay Stock Exchange which represents the Indian capital market, it provides an understanding of the Indian capital market and its regulatory environment.
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