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Casebook on Corporate Governance and Management Practices in Pakistani Organizations

ISBN : 9780199405497

Price(incl.tax): 
¥2,376
Author: 
Muntazar Bashir Ahmed
Pages
252 Pages
Format
Paperback
Size
180 x 240 mm
Pub date
May 2018
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This casebook brings together internationally published business cases written by the author. These cases have been written to document management practices in Pakistani companies in order to acquaint students and practitioners with the challenges of corporate decision-making.

Index: 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
ABBREVIATIONS
PREFACE
INTRODUCTION
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
THE CODE OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN PAKISTAN-BRIEF BACKGROUND
SECTION 1 - Cases in Corporate Governance
1.1 Callmate Telips (a)-Choice of Accounting Policy
Case Text
1.2 Callmate Telips (b)-Orix Investment Bank Pakistan Limited-Callmate Risk Uncovered
Case Text
1.3 Crescent Standard Investment Bank Limited-Governance Failure
Case Text
SECTION 2 - Cases in Management Practices
2.1 Engro Chemicals Pakistan Limited-Business Disaster Overcome
Case Text
2.2 Pak Arab Refinery Limited (Parco)-Management of Circular Debt
Case Text
2.3 Pak Elektron Limited-Converting Systems to ERP
Case Text
2.4 Modern Agricultural Farm-Budgeting for Control
Case Text

About the author: 

Muntazar Bashir is former Professor of Accounting at Forman Christian College, Lahore. Mr Ahmed is a Fellow Chartered Accountant from the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales, and has completed his BSc. in Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science. He has extensive research on corporate governance to his credit. His work has appeared in international business management journals. He holds considerable experience in advising organizations in management control systems, change management, ERP systems' implementation, and senior financial staff recruitment. Mr Bashir is an expert in developing case study-based Financial Management Systems trainings for executives.

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