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Recommended Books

  •  Beesley, M. & Littlechild, S. (1994), “Privatization: Principles and Priorities” in Bishop, M., J. Kay & C. Mayer (eds.), “Privatization and Economic Performance”.
  • Bishop, M., J. Kay & C. Mayer (Eds.) (1994), “Privatization and Economic Performance”, Oxford University Press.
  • Boyd, C. (1990) in Enderle, G, Almond, B., & Argandoña, A. (Eds.), “People in Corporations. Ethical Responsibilities and Corporate Effectiveness”. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht
  • Shaikh Sallcm (Business environment) peason 2nd ed.
  • National Commission on corporate Governance – SEBI & Mermtry of Corporate Affairs.
  • Baumol, W. J. (1959), “Business Behaviour, Value & Growth”, New York, Macmillan.
  •  Baumol, W. J. (1970), “Enlightened self-interest and corporate philanthropy” in “A New Rationale for Corporate Social Policy”, Committee for Economic Development, NY.
  • Beesley, Michel and Evens, Corporate Social Responsibility, Taylor and Francis, 1978.
  • Philip Kotler and Nancy Lee, Corporate social responsibility: doing the best for the company and your cause, Wiley, 2005.
  • Subhabrata Bobby Banerjee, Corporate social responsibility: the good, the bad and the ugly, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2007.
  • Satheesh Kumar, Corporate Governance, Oxford University, Press, 2010.
  • Business environment Francis Cherumlam Himalaya Publishing House.
  • S.A. Sherlekar, Ethics in Management, Himalaya Publishing House, 2009.
  • William B. Werther and David B. Chandler, Strategic corporate social responsibility, Sage Publications Inc., 2011
  •  Robert A.G. Monks and Nell Minow, Corporate governance, John Wiley and Sons, 2011.
  •  W.H. Shaw, Business Ethics, Cengage Learning, 2007.

Syllabus

UNIT I

INTRODUCTION

Definition & nature Business ethics, Characteristics, Ethical theories; Causes of unethical behavior; Ethical abuses; Work ethics; Code of conduct; Public good.

UNIT II

ETHICS THEORY AND BEYOND

Management of Ethics – Ethics analysis [ Hosmer model ]; Ethical dilemma; Ethics in practice- ethics for managers; Role and function of ethical managers- the Comparative ethical behavior of managers; Code of ethics; Competitiveness, organizational size, profitability, and ethics; Cost of ethics in Corporate ethics evaluation. Business and ecological/environmental issues in the Indian context and case studies.

UNIT III

LEGAL ASPECTS OF ETHICS

Political-legal environment; Provisions of the Indian constitution pertaining to Business; Political setup – major characteristics and their implications for business; Prominent features of MRTP &
FERA. Social-cultural environment and their impact on business operations, Salient features of Indian culture and values. 30

UNIT-IV

ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS

Economic Environment; Philosophy of economic growth and its implications for business, Main features of Economic Planning with respect to a business; Industrial policy and framework of government contract over Business; Role of the chamber of commerce and Confederation of Indian Industries.

UNIT V

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND GOVERNANCE

Definition- Evolution- Need for CSR; Theoretical perspectives; Corporate citizenship; Business practices; Strategies for CSR; Challenges and implementation; Evolution of corporate governance; Governance practices and regulation; Structure and development of boards; Role of capital market and government; Governance ratings; Future of governance- innovative practices; Case studies with lessons learnt.

Important Questions

  •  Highlight the importance of CSR with the help of examples.
  • Critically analyze the concept of CSR.
  • Discuss the various approach and models for corporate social responsibility.
  •  Explain the issues of concern in regard to corporate social responsibility as a strategic move.
  • What do you understand by the following?
    a. Corporate citizenship
    b. Corporate social performance
    c. Corporate social responsiveness
  • Why present corporate Governance systems emphasize on the role of audit committees, and their independence and also the role of independent directors?
  • Would the increased role of independent directors in the future generate a conflict with companies’ managerial control?
  • What do you understand by the concept of Corporate Socia responsibility?
  •  Do you believe it to be an important part of the core business strategy? If yes, elucidate with examples.
  •  What are the inherent and perceived benefits of Corporate Social Responsibility?
  •  Describe the meaning and your understanding of corporate Governance especially in Indian Context.
  • Enumerate the best Corporate Governance practices in major economies.
  •  Explain the evolution of corporate Governances in India.
  • Describe the role, responsibilities and evaluation of the board of directors of a company.
  •  Interpret transparency and accountability in terms of Corporate Governance.
  • Describe the regulatory framework of Corporate Governance in India.

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