CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND CORPORATE PERFORMANCE: EVIDENCE FROM KUWAIT

@inproceedings{AlShammari2009CORPORATEGA,
  title={CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND CORPORATE PERFORMANCE: EVIDENCE FROM KUWAIT},
  author={Bader Al-Shammari and Waleed Al-Sultan},
  year={2009}
}
An increasing number of recent corporate scandals and failures worldwide give rise to interest in the corporate governance structure in the performance of companies. This study investigates the relationship between corporate governance characteristics and performance of 66 non-financial companies listed on the Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) during the years 2004-2007. The findings of this study show that corporate governance characteristics such as board size, role duality, and less concentrated… CONTINUE READING

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