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Does corporate governance structure matter for firm financial performance? A system GMM panel analysis for Vietnam

By In Archives, Past Issue, 2020, Vol. 20 No. 01, 2020 On May 7, 2020


Pham Duc Anh[1]

Vietnam Banking Academy, Hanoi, Vietnam

Hoang Thi Phuong Anh

University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Paper No:Vol.20 No.1, March, 2020

Date of received: 16 December 2019, Date of revised: 23 March 2020;Date of accepted: 26 March 2020

 Abstract

This paper investigates the impact of governance characteristics on financial performance of companies listed on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange. By employing the system generalized method of moments estimator and a panel dataset covering 152 firms over the period from 2011 to 2016, our results indicate that corporate governance characteristics namely the size of board and block-holder ownership, affect the financial performance of Vietnamese firms. Surprisingly, no statistically significant evidence is found concerning the impact of other characteristics such as board gender diversity, CEO duality and non-executive director representation on firm performance.

Keywords: Corporate governance, Firm performance, Board of directors, System GMM

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 [1] Corresponding author: anhpd@hvnh.edu.vn


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