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The IUP Journal of Corporate Governance

ISSN: 0972-6853

A 'peer reviewed' journal indexed on Cabell's Directory, and also distributed by EBSCO and Proquest Database

The IUP Journal of Corporate Governance is a quarterly journal focusing on governance and ethics framework, role of boards, role of CEOs, CFOs and other senior management, role of other stakeholders, disclosure and transparency, regulation and best governance practices.

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Focus Areas
  • Governance & Ethics Framework
  • Role of Boards
  • Role of CEOs, CFOs and other Senior Management
  • Role of other Stakeholders
  • Disclosure & Transparency
  • Regulation
  • Best Practices
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Corporate Governance and Risk Management: An Analysis of Indian Banking Sector
50
The Relationship Between Gender Diversity on Bank Boards and Bank Performance: A Review
50
Executive Compensation: The Critique and the Ideal
50
Board Structure and Composition in Manufacturing, Telecom and IT and ITeS Industries in India
50
       
Contents : (Jul 2019)

Corporate Governance and Risk Management: An Analysis of Indian Banking Sector
K R Swain and Anup Kumar Samantray

In the present corporate world, corporate governance is viewed as an important, essential and most significant factor for the smooth functioning of firms. This study explores the relationship between corporate governance and risk management in the banking sector and measures banks performance based on the theoretical background relevant to the corporate governance of the banks. The literature in this paper looks at three areas of governance: ownership structure, board structure, and risk management. The impact the governance mechanism has on both performance and risk depends upon the governance policies and performance effects. The paper also highlights the areas where further research is needed in the future.


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The Relationship Between Gender Diversity on Bank Boards and Bank Performance: A Review
Udayan Karnatak

Women have been underrepresented in business for very long. Women's presence in the business at different levels, including top management position, is reasonably less as compared to men. The qualities women possess make them special for any business looking for sustainable existence. For decades, it has been researched and found that women show different skills and fortitude when it comes to handling stress at the senior management level. Through the literature review, it is found that women enjoy certain advantages over men in handling the sensitive business of a bank. These qualities are hard work, risk averseness, diligence, ethical, conservative, good communicator, a team player, nurture people around and coordinated. Gap in the existing literature related to growing stress at banks (non-performing assets) and how women?s presence in the top management will give performance advantage to the Indian banks in terms of profitability are highlighted.


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Executive Compensation: The Critique and the Ideal
Purna Prabhakar Nandamuri and Radha Mohan Chebolu

Consequent to the subtle and dynamic business environment and recent corporate failures, the focus shifts towards the emerging challenges for the social, moral and ethical objectives of corporate governance around the world. Executive compensation has emerged as the most contentious issue during the current decade. The exorbitant compensation packages of the senior managers and the resultant extensive gap between the remunerations of the senior managers and the employees and staff at the middle and lower levels has been the focal point for bitter comments from various sections of the society. Corporate boards seem to think that large pay packages stem from fierce competition for talented managers capable of leading global organizations through the turbulent environment. But critics argue that executives get rich at the expense of shareholders and other workers. However, the reality is that the average ratio of CEO pay to average worker pay was 335 times in 2015 compared to 40 times in the 1980s, making a mockery of the ethical ideals, such as Plato's, that no person should be worth more than five times of another. In this background, the present paper attempts to analyze the issue of executive compensation in the light of the ethical ideals.


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Board Structure and Composition in Manufacturing, Telecom and IT and ITeS Industries in India
Mohammed Abdul Nayeem, Siddharth Kushwaha and Bharath Supra

Corporate governance came into being to check the unlawful business practices in the corporate world and safeguard the interests of the shareholders. Lack of corporate governance will have an effect on businesses. Anglo-American model is being followed by the developing nations, particularly by India, for corporate governance. However, the overall corporate governance structure is still at a rudimentary level. The present study examines the relationship between board structure and ownership structure and its composition across different companies listed on Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) Index in three industries, namely, Manufacturing, Telecom, IT and ITeS. The reason for picking up these industries for the study is that together these three industries contribute more than a quarter of the GDP of India. So it becomes inevitable to study the relationship between board structure and ownership structure in these industries. A two-stage methodology is used First stage: Analysis of Descriptive statistics, i.e., mean and standard deviation (Liu and Fong, 2010); and Second Stage: Correlation analysis among variables. The results inferred from the work highlight the relationship between board and ownership structure of these three industries.


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