The impact of corporate governance on the market value of financial institutions: empirical evidences from Italy

@inproceedings{Bubbico2012TheIO,
  title={The impact of corporate governance on the market value of financial institutions: empirical evidences from Italy},
  author={Rossana Bubbico and Massimiliano Giorgino and Barbara Monda},
  year={2012}
}
This paper analyses how the quality of the corporate governance system impacts on the market value of the financial institutions listed on the Italian Stock Exchange. Implementing a good corporate governance is costly, therefore verifying whether the investment is worth its cost is a relevant issue. Despite the central role that financial institutions play in the real economy, there are few studies that focus specifically on the financial industry; filling this gap in literature is especially… CONTINUE READING

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