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Supit, Franklin Imanuel (2017) The Relationship Between Gender Diversity of the Board of Directors and Firm Financial Performance (A Study from Publicly Listed Indonesian Manufacturing Firms). Sarjana thesis, Universitas Brawijaya.

Indonesian Abstract

Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui hubungan antara keberagaman gender dewan direksi dan kinerja keuangan perusahaan manufaktur yang terdaftar di Busa Efek Indonesia (BEI). Jumlah populasi yang digunakan dalam penelitian ini adalah 147 perusahaan manufaktur, dari jumlah tersebut, 50 perusahaan manufaktur tidak disertakan sebagai sampel. Dengan demikian, jumlah sampel yang digunakan dalam penilitian ini adalah 97 perusahaan manufaktur. Penelitian ini menggunakan analisa data panel dengan fixed effect estimator, yang bertujuan untuk mengetahui hubungan antara keberagaman gender dewan direksi dan kinerja keuangan perusahaan. Penelitian ini menggunakan data keuangan dari tahun 2011-2016. Hasil dari penelitian ini menunjukan bahwa direksi perushaan manufaktur yang terdaftar di BEI sangat didominasi oleh dewan direksi pria. Selain itu, hasil penelitian ini menunjukan hubungan yang tidak signifikan antara keberagaman gender dewan direksi dan kinerja perusahaan publik manufaktur di Indonesia. Terdapat dua alasan untuk hal ini diantaranya rendahnya jumlah representasi dewan direksi wanita di perusahaan manufaktur dan adanya adaptasi sosial oleh dewan direksi wanita yang disebabkan oleh tekanan dari dewan direksi lainnya. Akibatnya, karakteristik unik, perilaku, cara bekerja yang dimiliki direksi wanita tidak berpengaruh signifikan pada direksi dan kinerja keungan perusahaan; dan dampak positif yang diharapkan dari kehadiran dewan direksi wanita tidak pernah terealisasikan.

English Abstract

This research primarily aims to investigate the relationship between gender diversity of the board of directors and the financial performance of the manufacturing companies listed on the Indonesian Stock Exchange (IDX). The total population in this study is 147 manufacturing firms, of which, 50 firms are excluded. Hence, the total number of samples used in this research is 97. This research conducts a panel data analysis- fixed effects estimator, to examine the relationship between gender diversity and firm financial performance, using the financial data from 2011-2016 of the manufacturing firms listed on the IDX. The results of this study indicate that the boards of manufacturing firms listed on the IDX are largely dominated by male directors. In addition, the results also show insignificant causal relationship between gender diversity of the board of directors and financial performance of manufacturing firms listed on the IDX. Two main possible reasons for this to occur may include the considerably low representation of women directors on board in manufacturing firm and social adaptation by the women directors that is caused by the peer pressures. As a consequence, their unique characteristics, ways of thinking, behavior, and working styles do not affect the boardroom and firm performance; and the expected advantages of having them on board are never realized.

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Item Type: Thesis (Sarjana)
Identification Number: SKR/FE/2017/375/051708849
Uncontrolled Keywords: dewan direksi, kinerja keuangan, keberagaman gender
Subjects: 600 Technology (Applied sciences) > 658 General management > 658.4 Executive management > 658.42 Top management > 658.422 Boards of directors
Divisions: Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis > Akuntansi
Depositing User: Nur Cholis
URI: http://repository.ub.ac.id/id/eprint/2676
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