THE ROLE OF INTERNAL FINANCING IN MEDIATING THE EFFECT OF MANAGERIAL OVERCONFIDENCE AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE TOWARDS INVESTMENT EFFICIENCY [post]

Riski Amalia Madi, Hamrini Mutia, Enny Wati, sujono
2021 unpublished
This study aims to examine empirically the factors that influence investment efficiency in State-Owned Enterprises on the Indonesia Stock Exchange. This study was tested with two independent variables are managerial overconfidence and corporate governance, intervening variable is internal financing. The object of this research is the state-owned company for the period 2011-2018. 10 companies as the sample using purposive sampling technique. The analysis used in this research is panel data
more » ... sion analysis. The results of this study found that investment efficiency in state-owned enterprises in Indonesia is largely determined by managerial overconfidence bias. Managers who have an overconfidence seek more aggressive and risky ventures so that they invest excessively beyond optimal levels. Managerial overconfidence in a manager can also strengthen the choice of internal financing, especially in state-owned companies. However, investment efficiency in this study is not influenced by corporate governance and internal financing. Corporate governance has also proven to have no role in corporate funding decisions. The role of internal financing as mediation was not found in this study.
doi:10.31235/osf.io/x7q6c fatcat:haovah2btfd7jc4sa5xpt5qwjq