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Multiple board appointments and firm performance in emerging economies: evidence from India
|Statement||Jayanti Sarkar and Subrata Sarkar.|
|Series||Working paper / Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research -- WP-2005-001|
|Contributions||Sarkar, Subrata., Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (Bombay, India)|
|LC Classifications||HD2745 .S27 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||2006414155|
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Multiple board appointments and firm performance in emerging economies: Evidence from India The node at which we observe the relation between firm performance and multiple directorships to turn negative can then be identified as the level that makes a board “busy” in the sense that firm value starts to decline.
Thus, unlike existing Cited by: Multiple Board Appointments and Firm Performance in Emerging Economies: Evidence from India∗ Jayati Sarkar and Subrata Sarkar Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research Working Paper Series No.
WP January Abstract The relation between multiple directorships, busy directors and firm performance has been researched. This paper extends the existing literature on multiple directorships in two ways; first, by providing additional evidence on its effect on firm performance, but with respect to an emerging economy, India, and secondly, by suggesting an alternative measure of directorial "busyness" that is more general in its applicability compared to those that have been applied in the existing by: Downloadable (with restrictions).
This paper extends the literature on multiple directorships, busy directors and firm performance by providing evidence from an emerging economy, India, where the incidence of multiple directorships is high.
Using a sample of large firms and a measure of "busyness" that is more general in its applicability, we find multiple directorships by independent.
This paper extends the existing literature on multiple directorships in two ways; first, by providing additional evidence on its effect on firm performance, but with respect to an emerging economy, India, and secondly, by suggesting an alternative measure of directorial “busyness ” that is more general in its applicability compared to those that have been applied in the existing literature.
Multiple board appointments and firm performance in emerging economies: Evidence from India. The evidence related to multiple appointments of directors suggests that there may be support for restricting the number of directorships held by any one individual in emerging economies, given that the “busyness” of directors was negatively associated with firm by: Akshita Arora Chandan Sharma, (),"Corporate governance and firm performance in developing countries: evidence from India", Corporate Governance, V ol.
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However, studies on the relationship between IC performance and board characteristics (such as size and composition) is limited and provides mixed evidence Multiple board appointments and firm performance in emerging economies: Evidence from India.
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Boards presently are considered the most critical component in improving corporate governance (CG). Board diversity is increasingly being recommended as a tool for enhancing firm performance. Academic research and regulatory action regarding board diversity are focussed mainly on gender and ethnic composition of boards.
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This creates problems for the estimation of structure-conduct and structure-performance regressions. 1Klausner et al. (). 1Cited by: Emerging markets, which include China, India, and Mexico, are monitored and explored by Destination BC. Performance Measurement and Evaluation In order to measure its success in the realm of destination marketing, Destination BC has introduced a tool called the net promoter score (NPS), a metric designed to monitor customer : Ray Freeman, Kelley Glazer.