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|Title: ||台灣銀行業女性參與董事會與風險指標之關聯性分析;Female participation in the board and financial risks: The Case of Banks in Taiwan|
|Keywords: ||性別多元化;女性董事;董事會;財務風險;CAMEL指標;Gender Diversity;Female Directors;Board;Financial Risk;CAMEL|
|Issue Date: ||2015-09-23 11:57:17 (UTC+8)|
;To strengthen a corporate’s ambition to carry out corporate governance, the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE) together with the Taipei Exchange (OTC) established the evaluation assessment of corporate governance on March 2014. Among a group of evaluation indicators, more than one third of them are designed and used for examining the operational effectiveness of the Board, which implies the important relationship between the composition of the Board and effectiveness of a corporate’s operation. Other than that, gender diversity is particularly considered and incorporated into the evaluation assessment. More and more studies has emphasized on the impact of the gender diversity of the Board on a firm’s operational performance in recent years. However, existing literatures rarely investigated the association between the gender diversity in the Board and a corporate’s risk assessment. To fill this gap, the main objective of this thesis is to explore the influence of the participation of female directors and inspectors in the Board on the performance of risk-related financial indicators by using local banks’ data in Taiwan.
A total of 39 local banks in Taiwan are sampled to achieve the goal of this research. The main methodology used in this research is static analysis and simple liner regression. The two-stage least square of estimation (2SLS) is adopted to control for the endogeneity in the analysis. The main results show that, firstly, the participation of female members in the Board (measured by, namely, the number of female members, the ratio of female members to total members, and the number of outside females directors and inspectors in the Board) is positively related to the performance of capital adequacy and asset quality. Secondly, the result shows that the participation of outside female directors and inspectors as well as the Board with more than two female directors and inspectors are linked to greater performance of capital adequacy and asset quality.
|Appears in Collections:||[財務金融學系碩士在職專班] 博碩士論文|
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