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State-Owned Enterprises and Corporate Governance Strength: Evidence from Indonesia
1 D. L. Warganegara ; 1 Y. R. I. Hutagaol; 2 M. A. Saputra; 3 Y. Anggraini
1Department of Accounting and Finance, BINUS Business School Bina Nusantara University, Jakarta, Indonesia. 2KPMG, Jakarta, Indonesia. 3Commonwealth Bank, Jakarta, Indonesia.
Background: This study investigates whether state-owned enterprises (SOEs) in Indonesia implement stronger corporate governance than do non-SOEs. It can be argued that as a large dedicated institutional investor, the Indonesian government has an incentive to strengthen corporate governance in SOEs and possesses the ability to bear the cost of implementing stronger governance.
Corporate governance; State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs); Indonesia Stock Exchange
Date Deposited : 28 Mar 2016 13:53
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Volume 3, Number 4, - 2013
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