Corporate Disclosure Practices in India

Corporate Disclosure Practices in India

Author: Manjit Singh Saggi

Publisher: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

ISBN: 365966572X

Category:

Page: 336

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The book primarily deals with the issues of corporate disclosure practices in Indian context. It is the Ph.d research work of the author. The primary objective of this research was to put to light the issues involved in corporate disclosure practices being followed by two different segments of Indian corporate sectors i.e. large and mid-cap companies. This book is an attempt to disseminate the research work knowledge of the author among researchers, practitioners, academicians, students, regulators etc. so as to further explore new insights into the area of corporate disclosure.

Disclosure Practices of Corporate Sector

Disclosure Practices of Corporate Sector

Author: Raj Sethi Nangia

Publisher:

ISBN: 8177080903

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 256

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"In the late 1980s, corporate sector in a number of countries was beset with problems of questionable accounting practices. India also had its share of scams, scandals and flagrant violations of law under the veil of corporate impenetrability. Stock market scam, the CRB scam, Bofors scam, Urea scam and UTI scam are some of the examples. Quality of governance is influenced by integrity of the management and the need to carry on operational activities in a transparent manner by proper and adequate disclosure of financial and non-financial data (corporate disclosure) through Annual Reports and other documents. This book is all about corporate disclosures in the backdrop of growing business malpractices and loss of faith in the company form of business organisation by the investors, particularly small investors."

Corporate Disclosures

Corporate Disclosures

Author: Shankar Jaganathan

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781000087208

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 240

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Spanning over two millennia of time and five continents of space, this book narrates the unfolding of financial and business reporting. The first part of the book traces the origin of the 'company' as a form of organization and the evolution of bookkeeping. The second part: The Accounting Edifice, depicts events that led to the disclosure of the balance sheet, the profit and loss account, cash flow statements and the practice of auditing. In the third part: Reaching out to the Shareholders, the author explores the need for governance, reporting of intangible assets and the emergence of annual reports. Indian Corporate Disclosures, the fourth and the last part, sketches the panorama of post-independent dvelopments in Indian corporate disclosures using heritage IT companies, Wipro and Infosys as examples. The last chapter of the book contrasts disclosures by the Indian Sensex companies in 2007 with the best global practices.

Corporate Disclosures

Corporate Disclosures

Author: Shankar Jaganathan

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781000083712

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 240

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Spanning over two millennia of time and five continents of space, this book narrates the unfolding of financial and business reporting. The first part of the book traces the origin of the 'company' as a form of organization and the evolution of bookkeeping. The second part: The Accounting Edifice, depicts events that led to the disclosure of the balance sheet, the profit and loss account, cash flow statements and the practice of auditing. In the third part: Reaching out to the Shareholders, the author explores the need for governance, reporting of intangible assets and the emergence of annual reports. Indian Corporate Disclosures, the fourth and the last part, sketches the panorama of post-independent dvelopments in Indian corporate disclosures using heritage IT companies, Wipro and Infosys as examples. The last chapter of the book contrasts disclosures by the Indian Sensex companies in 2007 with the best global practices.

Corporate Disclosure Through Web

Corporate Disclosure Through Web

Author: Manjinder Singh

Publisher: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

ISBN: 3659228613

Category:

Page: 348

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With all global eyes on India and its corporate power, and foreign companies on a prowl in the country, the reporting practices adopted by Indian companies have gone for a sea change. IT induced changes in corporate reporting in the contours of a developing economy like India, touted to be the next super power, are attempted to be explored and analyzed in this book. The book unfolds three important dimensions related to corporate disclosures through web; namely extent and nature of disclosure, significant determinants and perception of investors towards these disclosures. Data culled on these issues through exhaustive questionnaires has been analyzed using sophisticated analytical techniques to arrive at logical conclusions. Pertinent issues associated with corporate disclosures through web having wider ramifications have also been incorporated into the text. IFR index and the survey instrument have been included as appendices to throw light on finer details related to broad theme. The book endeavours to provide a fine blend of theory and developments on corporate reporting through web and the practices adopted by Indian companies to provide gainful insights to potential researcher

Corporate Governance Practices in India

Corporate Governance Practices in India

Author: Priyanka Kaushik Sharma

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137519368

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 246

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Corporate Governance Practices in India examines corporate governance practice in Indian industry. This book critically analyses the governance practice and evaluates the needs of corporate governance in the two major industries in India: Auto Industry and Heavy Engineering Industry.

Transparency in Information and Governance

Transparency in Information and Governance

Author: J. Jay Choi

Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing

ISBN: 9781780527659

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 375

View: 762

For this volume we have collected 12 original research papers dealing with various issues relating to transparency. This topic spans many disciplines beyond accounting and finance, intersecting economics, law and management, embracing sociology and political science, and offering opportunities for creative interdisciplinary research. We hope this v