Relationship Between Board Size And Firm Performance: Intervening Role of Policies

Authors

  • Safina Riaz National College of Business Administration and Economics, Lahore, Pakistan Author
  • Ahmed Hussain Khan National College of Business Administration and Economics, Lahore, Pakistan Author
  • Mahrow Shaheen National College of Business Administration and Economics, Lahore, Pakistan Author

Keywords:

Corporate Governance, Board Size, Board Policies, Firm execution and Regression Analysis

Abstract

This examination looks at the effect of corporate administration on firm execution of Lahore Stock Exchange Listed

 

Companies. Corporate governance plays an important role in a firm. The study finds the impact of corporate

 

governance on firm performance of LSE by taking the 168 listed companies from Lahore Stock Exchange. In this

 

study board size is used as independent variable, board’s policies as mediator’s variables whereas firm performance

 

has been taken as dependent variable. To measure the firm performance Return on assests (ROA) is used. The data

 

used in this study has been taken from the Lahore Stock Exchange 168 listed Companies of all the independent and

 

dependent variables. The methodology that is used for this research is to test the impact of board size on firms

 

performance is measured by the model of Regression analysis. Our findings indicate that impact of board size on

 

firm performance of LSE listed companies is significant.

Author Biography

  • Ahmed Hussain Khan, National College of Business Administration and Economics, Lahore, Pakistan

     

     

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2017-09-30

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Riaz, S. ., Khan, A. H. ., & Shaheen, M. . (2017). Relationship Between Board Size And Firm Performance: Intervening Role of Policies. Bulletin of Business and Economics (BBE), 6(3), 130-140. https://bbejournal.com/BBE/article/view/191

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