By Saumitra N. Bhaduri, Ekta Selarka
The publication explores the theoretical and empirical concerns in terms of the interplay among company governance and company social accountability (CSR) actions undertaken by means of Indian businesses. It offers a hugely targeted view at the evolution of CSR and its nexus with company governance. this can be quite well timed within the context of the hot Indian businesses Act 2013, which mandates company social accountability and revises the simplest corporate-governance practices for big businesses. The findings of this examine are specific in drawing from a unified framework of Indian company governance constitution and company engagement in CSR. The book’s scope is either educational and useful; the study method built and applied comes in handy for researchers, whereas the consequences and the choice of variables offer beneficial details for practitioners and stakeholders. eventually, even though it specializes in huge Indian businesses, the findings can be utilized to investigate on different rising economies.
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