While corporate governance may not dictate the economic prospects of developing countries, it certainly plays an integral role in shaping them. This Note contains a detailed analysis of the corporate governance architecture of one such developing country, India, from its independence in 1947 to the present. The results are surprising: India's corporate-governance framework is sophisticated for a developing country. However, considerable room remains for improvement. This Note presents a series of suggestions designed to improve corporate governance in India. Most notably, India must reform how its boards of directors function, improve its enforcement mechanisms, redefine its corporate laws, and embrace corporate governance as a philosophy.
"Corporate Governance in India: Past, Present & Future?"
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