Campus Only Senior Thesis
Bachelor of Arts
© 2013 Shrivats Khaitan
The ability of outsiders to gain controlling interest in a firm has a large impact on managerial behavior. This threat has not been wielded in Indian corporations for the most part in spite of there being no direct regulatory hurdles in the execution of the same. This paper seeks to determine the reasons behind the lack of hostile takeover bids in India, as well as analyze the effect on corporate governance. The scrutiny of the Indian corporate sphere leads us to believe that corporate governance is in the process of being codified, but there are numerous motivations already in place to incentivize good managerial behavior, other than the threat of hostile takeover bids.
Khaitan, Shrivats, "Hostile Takeovers and Corporate Governance in India" (2013). CMC Senior Theses. 742.
This thesis is restricted to the Claremont Colleges current faculty, students, and staff.