Managerial remuneration, an obsession in the Concept Paper
N. R. Moorthy on the unaddressed issues in corporate remuneration
IT WAS NOT unexpected, but many refused to see the unfolding reality; and now, it is official. The Government has announced a slippage in the area coverage for kharif 2004 (down 59 lakh hectares). Following the aberrant behaviour of the ...
Unpaid lawyer at the receiving end
Mohan R. Lavi discusses a case of a professional who incurred the court's wrath for deserting his client
Credit Delivery: Lazy banking and structural problems
The growth in the economy the last decade has been facilitated by the non-bank finance sector and this has not been adequately recognised. Contrarily, it has been "Lazy Banking" in the organised sector. The proposed commission for the "unorganised" s ector, announced by the UPA Government recently, should focus on the issue of integrating the financial markets by everaging on the strengths of the informal sector, says R. Vaidyanathan.
FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT
Unctad's World Investment Report 2004: There is virtue in FDI in services
Unctad's latest World Investment Report stresses that FDI in services, as in other sectors, injects financial resources into a host economy. The report is a timely reminder to policy-makers that countries should fine-tune policies to benefit from ope ning up specific services without losing sight of the broader development and welfare objectives.
Wincing that our bean counters are going to Beijing
ON THE Web site www.china.org.cn, "China's Official Gateway to News & Information", I type `accountant' in the search-slit and click. Among the 150 or so finds, is a story titled "Educational Fund Looters Facing ...
High-value knowledge of valuation for buys
BEAUTY is in the eyes of the beholder, but value rests in the hands of accountants. But to help, you'd need Enrique R. Arzac's Valuation for Mergers, Buyouts, and Restructuring, from Wiley ...
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