Table of Content
 

1. Corporate Governance

1.1 Other Definitions

1.2 Principles of Corporate Governance

1.3 Corporate Governance Models Around The World

1.4 Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002

1.5 Stock Exchange Listing Standards

2. Shareholders Agreement

2.1 Common Characteristics

2.2 Other Guidelines

2.3 Stakeholder Interests

2.4 Control and Ownership Structures

2.5 Internal Corporate Governance Controls

2.6 External Corporate Governance Controls

3. Economic efficiency

3.1 Old Theory

3.2 Allocative and Productive Efficiency

3.3 Competing Goals

3.4 Systemic Problems Of Corporate Governance

3.5 Debates In Corporate Governance

3.6 Separation Of Chief Executive Officer And Chairman Of The Board Roles

4. Philosophy of business

4.1 Development of Management Theory and Philosophy

4.2 Modern Philosophers of Business

4.3 Some Important Philosophical Topics

4.4 Business as Property

4.5 A Mini-Republic Or Modern Village

4.6 The Ontology of the Business Enterprise

4.7 The Epistemology and Logic of Business

5. Board of Directors

5.1 Typical Duties Of Boards Of Directors Include:

5.2 Typical Inside Directors Are:

5.3 Two-Tier System

5.4 Election and Removal

5.5 Exercise of Powers

6. Corporate Social Responsibly

6.1 CSR Approaches

6.2 Cost-Benefit Analysis with a Resource-Based View

6.3 Social Accounting, Auditing and Reporting

6.4 Potential Business Benefits

6.5 Developing an Engagement Plan

6.6 Common Types of Corporate Social Responsibility Actions

6.7 Criticisms and Concerns

6.8 Public Policies

6.9 Crises and Their Consequences

6.10 Industries Considered Void of CSR

7. Cross Ownership

7.1 Cross Ownership Of Stock

7.2 Media Cross Ownership

7.3 Transactions With The Company

7.4 Use Of Corporate Property, Opportunity, Or Information

7.5 Competing With The Company

7.6 The Future

7.7 United States

8. Adverse Selection

8.1 Common Law Duties of Care And Skill

8.2 The Future

8.3 United States

9. Corporate Group

9.1 Crises and Their Consequences

9.2 Stakeholder Priorities

9.3 Industries Considered Void of CSR

10. Knowledge Economy

10.1 Concepts

10.2 Evolution           

10.3 Driving Forces

10.4 Technology

10.5 Challenges for Developing Countries

11. Executive Compensation
11.1. Stock Options
11.2. Restricted Stock
11.3. Levels Of Compensation

12. Corporate Governance Norms In India
12.1. Corporate Governance
12.2. Evolution of Corporate Governance
12.3. Clause 49
12.4. OECD Principles
12.5. Policy Steps by SEBI
12.6. Companies Bill, 2012
12.7. Overarching Principles

13. MCA Voluntary Guidelines
13.1. BOARD OF DIRECTORS
13.2. Responsibilities Of The Board
13.3. Audit Committee Of Board
13.4. Auditors
13.5. Secretarial Audit
13.6. Institution Of Mechanism For Whistle Blowing

14. Risk Governance
14.1. Basics
14.2. Risk Management
14.3. Corporate Governance Perspectives
14.4. Enterprise Risk Management
14.5. Risk Aversion, Risk Policy, Risk Tolerance and Risk Appetite
14.6. Emerging Market Example