2 edition of Determinants and internal mechanism of outside director in Korea found in the catalog.
Determinants and internal mechanism of outside director in Korea
|Statement||by Jootae Kim.|
|LC Classifications||HD2745 .K5 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||180 p. :|
|Number of Pages||180|
|ISBN 10||8953451787, 8953451795|
|LC Control Number||2007314126|
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Researches on the role of board of directors or outside directors in Korean companies. The main objective of this paper is to develop a on the internal mechanism of model outside directors and the various factors influencing them and to test the model based on the data from Korean companies.
This research offers three contributions. On the other hand, according to Cho and Kim (), the appointment of outside directors to the company's board is one mechanism of good corporate governance.
This will lead to the better. Apr 06, · This paper examines the valuation impacts of outside independent directors in Korea, where a regulation requiring outside directors was instituted after the Asian financial crisis.
In contrast to studies of U.S. firms, the effects of independent directors on firm performance are strongly positive. Foreigners also have positive driftwood-dallas.com by: An Empirical Investigation of the Determinants of Outside Director Compensation Article in Corporate Governance An International Review 8(3) · February with Reads.
The first bank characteristic we consider in our analysis of determinants of bank performance in Korea is ownership structure. In fact, the existing literature finds that ownership structure can be an important internal determinant of bank driftwood-dallas.com by: Oct 10, · Outside Directors.
An outside director is defined as a non-standing director who is not affiliated with the controlling shareholders or the management of the company. The SEL requires that at least a quarter of the board of directors of a company listed on the Korea Stock Exchange be outside directors.
Some studies used board composition and board size to represent the board’s monitoring ability it is the outside directors that have the ability to provide more effective internal monitoring more specifically, appointment of the independent directors (Mak and Li, ), (Choi et.
In addition, Fama () argues that the board of directors is the central internal control mechanism for monitoring managers.
The framework for linking disclosure quality to corporate governance is provided in Williamson ().Cited by: Dec 31, · The Influence of Internal Governance Mechanisms on Accounting Malaysia The influence of internal governance mechanisms on accounting conservatism Rahimah Mohamed Yunos a*, Syahrul Ahmar Ahmad a, Normala Sulaiman b a Faculty of Accountancy, Universiti Teknologi Mara Segamat, Johor, Malaysia b Academy Language of Study, Universiti Cited by: 5.
Introduction. Corporations have been central institutions in industrialized economies since the turn of the twentieth century. While corporations have existed for centuries as a legal device, and stock exchanges for trading corporate shares emerged during the early seventeenth century, the public corporation as we know it today co-evolved with mass production and distribution around the time.
Such countries typically lack external mechanisms for man- agerial control, which means that internal controls, such as board of directors, become more significant for corporate governance (Mak. The goal is to expand our understanding of when outside directors are effective, and also to investigate if the effects we find are spurious, that is, if the information cost variable is a proxy for some other factor that actually drives the outside director-performance driftwood-dallas.com by: Blockholder ownership has a mean and median of over 60%.
This is much higher than for US firms (e.g., Shivdasani, ). The proportion of outside directors ranges from 10% to %, with a mean and median of around 57%. Therefore, on average, firms tend to have a slight majority of outside driftwood-dallas.com by: large proportion of outside directors, many boards of Japanese firms have not had outside directors.
Saito () show that about 75% of the largest firms had a board composed determinants of the boards using a sample of companies listed on the Tokyo Stock Ex- mechanisms. Many parents firms dispatch directors to the subsidiary firms. A growing literature examining the determinants of internal audit has identified a number of different determinants, such as firm size, strong commitment to risk management, existence of an audit committee, and an independent board chair.
Results: Using a sample of Korean listed firms during –, this study found that the salient organisational conditions (firm complexity and firm performance) and key organisational actors (controlling shareholders and foreign investors) determine the extent to which firms appoint outside directors on their driftwood-dallas.com: Bum-Jin Park.
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To address these issues, we exploit the unique institutional setting in South Africa (SA) where CG. Jun 04, · Relatively little research has examined the effects of ownership on the firms’ corporate social responsibility (CSR).
In addition, most of it has been conducted in the Western context such as the U.S. and Europe. Using a sample of large Korean firms, we hypothesize that different types of shareholders will have distinct motivations toward the firm’s CSR engagement.
We break down Cited by: manages a portfolio of more than journals and over 2, books and book series volumes, as focuses on internal governance mechanisms, S.S.
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