INDIAN JOURNAL OF CORPORATE LAW AND POLICY
Indian Journal of Corporate Law and Policy is a double-blind peer-reviewed, Triannual Journal. It is published by the Society for Progress in Research, Education and Development in Law (SPRED LAW) which is registered under The Societies Act, 1860 (Reg. No. LUC/09322/2019-2020).
The Journal aims at providing in-depth coverage of the corporate legal issues and policy reviews in India. It focuses on supplementing the corporate structure of India with the best quality reviewed research papers, researched articles, policy reviews, and researched blogs by students, academicians, research scholars, and practitioners which will be published after a double-blind peer review policy by the specific departmental field experts.
The journal aims to cover different areas of Corporate Law which will include the following:
Looking Beyond the Façade of Mandatory Quotas for Female Representation across Corporate Boards: A Critical Evaluation of the Position of Women Directors in the Indian Context.
ABSTRACT Directors are the key managerial personals in a company and play an important role in the company’s overall well-being, achievement of goals and prosperity.
Abstract “Sport is part of every man and woman’s heritage and its absence can never be compensated for.” – Pierre de Coubertin Sports have never
Impact Analysis of Companies (Specification of Definition Details) Rules, 2014 vis-a-vis Small Companies in India
Abstract Rapid industrialization has been portrayed as the key to India’s development right from the time of Planning Commission emerging into existence. While protectionism served
1. Abstract In today’s age of cross-border trade and globalization, various issues arise after the bankruptcy of a company that has asset linkage across the
Abstract The telecom sector in India has witnessed a mammoth change in infrastructure and policy decisions, which has largely been responsible for its development and