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The impact of Corporate Governance on Future Cash Flows \\ GP \\ DR \ Mohamed El-Deeb ( 2018 - 2019 )

By: Anas Sherif 153613.
Contributor(s): Dina El-Mekawy 152567 | Dina Gamal 154153 | Etien Sakr 154861.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: MANAGEMENT DISTINGUISHED PROJECTS 2018. Publisher: Giza MSA 2018Description: 86 Page.Subject(s): AccountingOnline resources: Full text click here Summary: The objective of this research is to examine the effect of the independent variable which is Corporate Governance on the dependent variable which is Future Cash Flow. The data was collected from the construction sector with selected five companies listed in the Egyptian Stock Exchange (EGX) which are Orascom, Palm Hills, Amer, Emmar, and Sodic, for the year ranging from 2013 to 2017. We measured the Corporate governance with number of board of directors, Audit type, and CEO duality, and measuring the Future Cash Flow with Barth Model. The analysis was made in descriptive, correlation, and regression analysis using SPSS. The results shows that there’s a positive insignificant relationship between Corporate governance and future cash flow. The limitation of this research was, firstly the size of the sample was not enough to generalize the results, secondly that the country used in the research is suffering an economic instability which leads its economy to have currency fluctuations and high inflation rate, thirdly and last that corporate governance is not the only variable that affect future cash flow therefore the next researches should take into consideration other variables.
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The objective of this research is to examine the effect of the independent variable which is
Corporate Governance on the dependent variable which is Future Cash Flow. The data was
collected from the construction sector with selected five companies listed in the Egyptian
Stock Exchange (EGX) which are Orascom, Palm Hills, Amer, Emmar, and Sodic, for the
year ranging from 2013 to 2017. We measured the Corporate governance with number of
board of directors, Audit type, and CEO duality, and measuring the Future Cash Flow with
Barth Model. The analysis was made in descriptive, correlation, and regression analysis using
SPSS. The results shows that there’s a positive insignificant relationship between Corporate
governance and future cash flow. The limitation of this research was, firstly the size of the
sample was not enough to generalize the results, secondly that the country used in the
research is suffering an economic instability which leads its economy to have currency
fluctuations and high inflation rate, thirdly and last that corporate governance is not the only
variable that affect future cash flow therefore the next researches should take into
consideration other variables.

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