The Effect of Corporate Governance on Firm Performance in Family Firms // GP // Dr. Hazem Yassin (2018 - 2019)Material type: TextSeries: MANAGEMENT DISTINGUISHED PROJECTS 2019Publication details: Giza : MSA, 2019Description: 62 PSubject(s): DDC classification:
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The current study investigates the effect of the corporate governance mechanisms
which are (CEO Duality, Board independence and Number & size of board
directors) on the firm performance measured by return on assets and return on equity
(ROA and ROE) in a family owned firm. A sample of 5 listed firms from 2012-2017.
CEO Duality, Board independence and Number & size of board directors are
gathered from Annual reports while ROA and ROE are measured from financial
statements. SPSS program was used to analyze the results. Regression analysis and
correlation methods were used to test the hypotheses between the two variables
(corporate governance and firm performance).
Results show that the sign of results were insignificant negative and rejected. While
the relation between corporate governance and ROA in the sign of results was
insignificant negative and rejected. The relation between the corporate governance
and ROE in sign of results was insignificant negative and rejected.
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