P I C E E B A, 1ST PICEEBA 2018

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A study of Firm Size, Growth, Capital Structure, and Insider Ownership toward Financial Performance
Mia Angelina Setiawan

Last modified: 2018-06-30

Abstract


This research aims to examine the effect of firm size, growth, capital structure and insider ownership to financial performance of companies listed in the Indonesia Stock Exchange. The population is all companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange with the research period of 2009 – 2011. Sample used is purposive sampling method amount to 66 companies. The method of analysis used in this study is by using statistical analysis and multiple linear regression analysis.

 

The results showed that firm size and insider ownership does not affect the financial performance as measured by the proxy return on assets (ROA). In the other side,  growth and capital structure has positive influence on financial performance as measured by the proxy return on assets (ROA) the resulting for manufacturing period from 2009 to 2011. This research also shows that the financial crisis did not give negative effect to financial performance of the company, resulting from the viewed of growth and capital structure.


Keywords


Firm Size, Growth, Capital Structure, Insider Ownership, Financial Performance

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