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Board Effectiveness: An Evaluation based on Corporate Governance Score

International Journal of Business Ethics in Developing Economies

Volume 4 Issue 1

Published: 2015
Author(s) Name: Hitesh Shukla, Nailesh Limbasiya | Author(s) Affiliation:
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Abstract

Growth, progress, and prosperity of any country depend highly on the corporate governance mechanism of that country. Good governance of a country helps it to sustainable growth and consistency in progress. The good governance should contribute towards the improvement in transparency, ethics, morality, and disclosure. The principles of good governance stand on honesty, trust, integrity, openness, and performance orientation. Our honorable Prime Minister Narendra bhai Modi had given the three E for good governance during his speech on Independence Day i.e. Effective Governance, Electronic Governance, and Ethical Governance. The fundamental concern of corporate governance mechanism is to ensure the protection of minority shareholders/owners of specific firms. Mechanism of a corporate governance specifies the relations among the shareholders, board of directors, and managers. The present paper is an attempt to evaluate the effectiveness of the board by calculating the corporate governance score. The mandatory and non-mandatory guidelines have been considered while assigning points to specific parameters of the corporate governance.

Keywords: Board of Directors, Board Effectiveness, Independent Director, Corporate Governance

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