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Corporate governance and economic performance: A case study of the developing country

Vishwa Hamendra Prasad, Vishal Deepak Sharma, Shabnam Sazma Bano, Melvin Nitesh Chand
2022 Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review  
This paper examines principle-based corporate governance (CG) and the economic performance of the Fijian economy.  ...  The research paper adopts a case study method, and reference has been made to company reports and existing literature to conclude on the compliance of CG virtues.  ...  Fiji's harmonised development through a free flow of Emirates (UAE) integrated with Fiji to foster Kingdom (UK), China, Japan, and the United Arab like the United States of America (US), the United Fiji  ... 
doi:10.22495/cgobrv6i2p1 fatcat:2apd6repqbhrln4lyuauhsbe2e

International ownership and firm performance in Arab economies

Stefan Lutz, Karim Hegazy, Ehab K. A. Mohamed, Mohamed A. K. Basuony
2020 Corporate Ownership and Control  
This paper aims at filling existing research by examining the impact of corporate governance and ownership structure on firm performance using cross-sectional data from companies in the MENA region for  ...  The results suggest some prevalent features with respect to ownership and performance of firms in the MENA region.  ...  Arab of Emirates.  ... 
doi:10.22495/cocv17i4siart8 fatcat:cgvffljkurddlhw5z6uoqlc3ca

Corporate Governance and Financial Performance Relationship: Case for Oman Companies

İlker Yılmaz
2018 Journal of Accounting, Finance and Auditing Studies  
The article aims to investigate the relationship between corporate governance and financial performance by using the data of 61 Oman companies traded at Muscat Securities Market for a four-year period  ...  The article aims to investigate the relationship between corporate governance and financial performance by of 61 Oman companies traded at Muscat year period from 2013 to 2016.  ...  ALJifri and Moustafa (2007) investigated the impact of internal and external governance mechanisms on financial performance in United Arab Emirates (UAE).  ... 
doi:10.32602/jafas.2018.006 fatcat:f6ploydfivcszmnde2mcagulzu

Sovereign Wealth Fund Investment Patterns and Performance

Bernardo Bortolotti, Veljko Fotak, William L. Megginson, William Miracky
2010 Social Science Research Network  
We examine whether sovereign funds acquire representation on the boards of directors of 355 target firms in the years after initial investment; funds acquire seats in only 53 companies, or in only 14.9%  ...  We examine whether sovereign funds acquire representation on the boards of directors of 355 target firms in the years after initial investment; funds acquire seats in only 53 companies, or in only 14.9%  ...  After the second quarter of 2008, however, investments by SWFs fell sharply, and investments in western listed companies essentially ceased for more than a year [Monitor Group-Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1364926 fatcat:vafmt367mjc5vdcxz2z2amzgfy

Sovereign Wealth Fund Investment Patterns and Performance

Bernardo Bortolotti, Veljko Fotak, William Miracky, William L. Megginson
2010 Social Science Research Network  
We examine whether sovereign funds acquire representation on the boards of directors of 355 target firms in the years after initial investment; funds acquire seats in only 53 companies, or in only 14.9%  ...  We examine whether sovereign funds acquire representation on the boards of directors of 355 target firms in the years after initial investment; funds acquire seats in only 53 companies, or in only 14.9%  ...  After the second quarter of 2008, however, investments by SWFs fell sharply, and investments in western listed companies essentially ceased for more than a year [Monitor Group-Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1573346 fatcat:fmk4znor7resza2ppuvaevi5w4

Environmental and Financial Performance of Fossil Fuel Firms: A Closer Inspection of their Interaction

Halit Gonenc, Bert Scholtens
2017 Ecological Economics  
Our findings mainly support the opportunistic view regarding the impact of financial returns, which holds that financial performance negatively impacts social performance.  ...  We find that environmental outperformance has no impact on financial performance for chemical firms, reduces returns and risks for coal companies, has a mixed impact on returns in oil and gas, and reduces  ...  The same is the case with the resources hypothesis (H6), which assumes that financial performance has a positive impact on social performance.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2016.10.004 fatcat:vdtu7cmv7rc47cuz4vyglp763q

Corporate Governance Disclosure Practices and Performance of Islamic Banks in GCC Countries

Samir Srairi
2015 Journal of Islamic Finance  
The findings related to countries revealed that only two countries, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, possess a higher level of CGDI.  ...  This paper investigates the impact of the level of corporate governance disclosure on bank performance by constructing a corporate governance disclosure index (CGDI) for 27 Islamic banks operating in five  ...  commercial Islamic banks operating in five GCC countries with 6 banks in Bahrain, 8 banks in Kuwait, 3 banks in Qatar, 3 banks in Saudi Arabia, and 7 banks in the United Arab Emirates.  ... 
doi:10.12816/0024085 fatcat:6cw4twm2qrhfberjadodulrku4

Corporate Charitable Giving, Multinational Companies and Countries of Concern

Stephen J. Brammer, Stephen Pavelin, Lynda A. Porter
2009 Journal of Management Studies  
This paper investigates the degree to which corporate charitable giving is influenced by a firm's internationalisation and/or whether it has operations in one or more countries of concern.  ...  In this connection, the salient country characteristic is a lack of political rights and/or civil liberties, and the positive impact on charitable giving is restricted to a presence in only those countries  ...  in environmental performance in so far as operations extend to Western Europe -in both cases the counterfactual is associated with a deleterious impact on CSP" (p.1025).  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-6486.2008.00827.x fatcat:xgx3gqmkw5dddb7xfwgvq6yf7a

Board Characteristics and Firm Performance: Case of Saudi Arabia

Mohammad Ahid Ghabayen
2012 International Journal of Accounting and Financial Reporting  
, board size, and board composition) and firm performance (ROA) based on the annual reports of listed companies in the year 2011 of sample of non-financial firms in the Saudi Market (Tadawul).  ...  The results of this study reveal that audit committee size, audit committee composition and board size have no effect on firm performance in the selected sample while board composition has a significant  ...  Furthermore, the global crisis in the mid of 2008 and then the following crisis in the United Arab Emirates, known as Dubai crisis, resulted in a collapse of the biggest company in Dubai took a place in  ... 
doi:10.5296/ijafr.v2i2.2145 fatcat:z4hy7gmdcrhxrolx435x33gfsu

Literature Review on Corporate Governance Practices and Bank Performance in Asia Emerging Markets

Hasroleffendy Hassan, Fauziah Mohamad Yunus, Chaleeda Som Sak
2021 International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences  
To date, there have been many studies performed to evaluate the impact of corporate governance on the performance of banks.  ...  Reviews of literature on non-bank corporations were also performed when the relevant studies on banks were not adequately done.  ...  Examples of the said countries are United Arab Emirates (UAE) (Al-Tamimi, 2011), Bangladesh (Hoque et al., 2013) , Malaysia , Italy (De Andres and Vallelado, 2008) together with Egypt (Grant Thornton  ... 
doi:10.6007/ijarbss/v11-i12/11955 fatcat:okkw3fhfdzcvtkpts3juzaakli

Corporate Governance and Firm Performance: A Comparative Analysis between Listed Family and Non-Family Firms in Japan

Kojima Koji, Bishnu Kumar Adhikary, Le Tram
2020 Journal of Risk and Financial Management  
This study aims to explore the relationship between corporate governance and financial performance of publicly listed family and non-family firms in the Japanese manufacturing industry.  ...  Regarding the impact of governance elements on Tobin's Q, institutional shareholding appears to be a significant and positive factor for promoting the performance of both family and non-family firms.  ...  Acknowledgments: This study is the outcome of JSPS Grant-in-Aid No. 18H00901, Type B, received from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan for the financial year 2018  ... 
doi:10.3390/jrfm13090215 doaj:b5ca73baa5e54d1fa219d5cdecf2de29 fatcat:m4irilufivanjjzh7rnyaccnui

Determinants of Corporate Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) Reporting among Asian Firms

Rashidah Abdul Rahman, Maha Faisal Alsayegh
2021 Journal of Risk and Financial Management  
Departing from previous studies, which have mostly focused on Western countries, our work investigates the determinants of the corporate environment, social and governance (ESG) reporting among Asian firms  ...  framework on ESG that suits firms in Asia.  ...  ; Wang et al. (2013) in China; and Menassa and Dagher (2020) in the United Arab Emirates.  ... 
doi:10.3390/jrfm14040167 fatcat:nytuys5wpfd3rkl7fylfkdufdi

Empirical Analysis of Joint Impact of Enterprise Risk Management and Corporate Governance on Firm Value

Ananth Rao
2018 International Review of Advances in Business Management and Law  
Further, the existence of audit committees in the GCC firm's boards and ERM adoption significantly positively impacted the corporate governance by 3.42% and 1.7239% respectively.  ...  on 2004-11 data of Gulf Cooperation Council financial institutions.  ...  ε3t Listing (LISTt): SOX Act identifies corporate governance best practices that are required to be followed by publicly listed companies.  ... 
doi:10.30585/irabml.v1i1.66 fatcat:7e6exbwnbfe5rj3qnznabl64fu

Testing the Requirements Availability for Disclosure and Transparency in Financial Reporting for Corporate Governance in Emerging Market Economies : The Case of Iraqi Listed Firms

Majeed Abdul hussein H. Al-Maryani
2014 Dirasat Administrative Sciences  
The results revealed that the availability of material requirements of disclosure and transparency in financial reporting of Iraqi listed firms is low, and also there was a significant impact of the firm's  ...  This study aimed at testing the disclosure and transparency within the international principles of corporate governance and its accounting reflections in the financial reporting of firms in an emerging  ...  The United Arab Emirates created an institute for corporate governance in Dubai; it is a specialized institute to issue regulations and laws governing the firms in UAE.  ... 
doi:10.12816/0007435 fatcat:hpxnpn6guzbk7irkaortdijnfy

Testing the Requirements Availability for Disclosure and Transparency in Financial Reporting for Corporate Governance in Emerging Market Economies : The Case of Iraqi Listed Firms

Majeed Abdul Hussein Hatif Al-Maryani
2015 Dirasat Administrative Sciences  
The results revealed that the availability of material requirements of disclosure and transparency in financial reporting of Iraqi listed firms is low, and also there was a significant impact of the firm's  ...  This study aimed at testing the disclosure and transparency within the international principles of corporate governance and its accounting reflections in the financial reporting of firms in an emerging  ...  The United Arab Emirates created an institute for corporate governance in Dubai; it is a specialized institute to issue regulations and laws governing the firms in UAE.  ... 
doi:10.12816/0016749 fatcat:6jhm47y7gve7fasdtzg7qznuau
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