Amity Law School, Delhi is organizing a National Seminar on Emerging Trends in Corporate Governance on April 11 and April 12, 2014.
Corporate governance is an integral part of the larger economic context in which firms operate including macroeconomic policies and the degree of Competition in product and factor markets. The Corporate Governance framework depends on legal, regulatory and institutional environment.
In the present days, there has been a growing need to efficiently manage the company in order to compete globally. Many changes are taking place in the global emerging economy. A rising economy is always robust with regulations & legal framework and India is not an exception to this.
The underlying objective of Corporate Governance is the enhancement of the shareholder’s value, keeping in view the interest of other stake holders. In addition competing in the International Business arena requires good leadership, which is the basis of Corporate Governance. The Seminar is being organised with this purpose.
1. To address issues in corporate governance related to corporate culture, recent regulatory framework for trade, corporate strategies, competition law, corporate administration, International arbitration & conciliation dispute resolution system, emerging trends in corporate social responsibility etc.
2. To promote exchange of thoughts, knowledge of intellectuals, jurists, practicing professionals, academicians and individuals in the area of interest
3. To critically analyze the provisions of Companies Act 2013
4. To bring a common understanding about the issues and recommendations on corporate governance
CALL FOR PAPERS
In order to achieve the objectives stated, we solicit research papers from the participants (advocates, academicians, research scholars, students, etc.) on the following themes:
1. Corporate Administration
(Prevention of oppression, emerging trends in corporate social and environmental responsibility, legal liability of company, etc.);
2. Competition Regulation
(Prohibitions, Competition Commission of India, FEMA, SEBI Act 1992, Security Contract (Regulation) Act 1956);
3. E Governance
(Maintenance & allowing inspection of documents by companies in electronic form);
4. Regulatory framework for foreign trade
(Foreign Trade (Development & Regulation) act 1992, UNCTAD Draft Model on Trans- national Corporations, collaborations & Joint Ventures)
5. Dispute Resolution System
(International commercial arbitration, mediation, conciliation, etc.);
6. Capital Formation of Regulation, Winding up of Companies, Contributories, Payment of liabilities, etc.
The papers for the presentation at the seminar will be selected on a competitive selection process. The selection criteria will be: relevance to the broad theme, quality of abstract, issues addressed in the abstract and relevance of the issues.
The authorship is restricted to maximum two persons. The registration fee should be paid individually by both the authors.
Those who intend to participate should send the abstract of the research paper covering any of the abovementioned themes (max 300 words only). Abstract should include title of the paper, theme of the seminar, name of the Author (s), designation, educational
qualification, institution/organization, email id and phone number. At the end, abstract should have 5-6 keywords.
GUIDELINES FOR PAPER SUBMISSION
Research paper should reflect research skills and use of appropriate research methodology. Paper should be original and should not be of more than 4000 – 5000 words.
Papers are accepted in Times New Roman, Font size 12 on A4 Size Paper with 1 Inches margin on all sides with 1.5 line spacing using MS Word application. Foot notes should be in Times New Roman, 10 font size and single line spacing.
Foot note style should be followed according to the OSCOLA.
At the end of the paper, there should be a brief profile of the author (s), designation, educational qualification, institution/organization with email id (s), contact number (s) and address.
Selected papers will be considered for publication in the form of a book. Authors will be informed separately about the publication. Articles received after the stipulated deadline will not be entertained for participation in the seminar.
Abstract and Research Paper should be submitted to email@example.com on or before 21st March, 2014.
No TA/DA will be provided to outstation participants. Participants are advised to arrange for their own travel or claim the same from their institute.
1. Early-birds registration:
(a) Research Scholars/Delegates/ Faculty Rs.1000/-
(b) Students Rs.500/-
2. On-the-spot registration:
(a) Research Scholars/Delegates/ Faculty Rs.1500/-
(b) Students Rs.1000/-
Registration fee should be submitted along with the registration form by sending a Demand Draft or Cheque in favour of ‘Amity Law School Delhi’, payable at New Delhi. Please write your name, designation, address and mobile at the back of the Demand Draft or Cheque. The registration fee will cover seminar material, lunch and tea on seminar working days.
Submission of Abstract and Paper: 21st March, 2014
Confirmation of Participation: 28th March, 2014
Early-bird Registration: 4th April, 2014
Last Date for Receipt of Registration Form and Fees: 4th April, 2014
For all details and any query, contact the following coordinators of the Seminar:
Dr. Bhavish Gupta (Mb: 9873493231, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dr. Alok Gupta (Mb: 9873108151, Email: email@example.com)
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