Corporate Governance, Violation of Human Rights, Crime and Indian Corporate

IJRSI, Volume I Issue VII

Posted: 24 Aug 2017

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Neha Saxena

H. L. Institute of Commerce

Dr. Swati Saxena

Shri Chimanbhai Patel Institute of Management & Research

Date Written: August 16, 2016

Abstract

The ideologies developed over the years by the Indian Globalised Corporate are corporate culture with enhanced emphasis of corporate social responsibility and governance. Since times immemorial Crime has become the hidden face of Indian corporate. Crime like financial frauds, child labour to crime against women. The Constitution of India laid down a few principles and rights engraved for the protection, upliftment and overall social development of community. Corporate, an important component of society has left no stone unturned to commit possibly all the crimes, as a reward to the society. Governance and social responsibility the two strong pillars on which the Indian corporate flaunts its image, brand and popularity for survival, growth and competition. The broader scope that corporate has depicted in the Indian and global context, the concept of CSR and governance is on the outer surface.

Keywords: Violation of Human Rights, Crime and Indian Corporate

Suggested Citation

Saxena, Neha and Saxena, Swati, Corporate Governance, Violation of Human Rights, Crime and Indian Corporate (August 16, 2016). IJRSI, Volume I Issue VII , Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2824350

Neha Saxena

H. L. Institute of Commerce ( email )

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Gujarat
India

Swati Saxena (Contact Author)

Shri Chimanbhai Patel Institute of Management & Research ( email )

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S G Highway
Ahmedabad, 380015
India

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