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姓名 陳媁婷(Wei-Ting Chen)  查詢紙本館藏   畢業系所 人力資源管理研究所
論文名稱 接班人選、治理結構與家族企業領導者異動之市場效果
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摘要(中) 家族企業接班是目前世界非常關注的重要議題,而僅有少數的家族企業傳承超過一代,傳承的問題顯然已成為很多家族企業共同面臨的困境,如何規劃一個完善的接班人計劃對於家族企業的永續經營是非常重要且關鍵的。當企業釋出決策消息時,企業治理結構常會做為股票市場的投資者參考的重要資訊。本研究藉由蒐集台灣上市櫃公司的家族企業,在2006至2014年發生領導者異動事件,分析該公司的治理結構差異,其中包括代表監督力的董事會規模、董事會獨立程度、外國法人持股比例,以及代表家族控制力的家族控制權、家族盈餘分配權、家族董事會控制力,透過事件研究法分析股票市場對於該事件公告的反應結果,亦即了解事件造成的市場效果。
在樣本平均累積異常報酬值的檢定結果中,發現在事件發生前十二天到事件發生後七天都有負向統計顯著,也進一步將事件發生前十二天至事件發生後七天分成六個事件區間與接班人選以及治理結構中的監督力、家族控制力進行迴歸分析,迴歸分析結果發現只有五個區間,在接班人選方面,該變數會與市場效果呈現正向顯著結果,而在公司治理方面,監督力也是呈現正向顯著結果,家族控制力則是負向顯著結果。
摘要(英) Nowadays, succession planning is a crucial issue to family businesses all around the world, and there are only few cases of successful family successions. How to ensure a smooth transition in succession plan is a critical issue for many family businesses to face as well as a key determinant for sustainable development. Corporate governance is often seen as important information source for investors to make investment decision; and it can also ease the agency problems within the organizations. This study used data of public traded family businesses within Taiwan from 2006 to 2014, using event study to analyze their leader changing events, including supervision (board size, the number of independent directors, proportion of foreign investment) and family control (family voting right, family cash flow right, family board). The purpose of this study is to understand the reaction of stock market to the change of leader in firms with different corporate governance.
Analyzed result showed that there was negatively significant of corporates’ cumulative abnormal return (CAR) in 12 days before and 7 days after the happened event. For further study, this time frame was divided into 6 periods of time, using regression to study the relationship between succession candidates, corporate governance (supervision and family control) and these time frames. Results demonstrated that the variation of candidates is positively significant in only five periods and the variation of supervision is positively significant, but the variation of family control is negatively significant.
關鍵字(中) ★ 家族企業領導者
★ 接班人選
★ 公司治理結構
★ 事件研究分析法
關鍵字(英) ★ Leader of family business
★ Succession candidates
★ Structure of corporate governance
★ Event study
論文目次 目錄
摘要 i
Abstract ii
目錄 iii
表目錄 iv
圖目錄 iv
第一章 緒論 1
第一節 研究目的與動機 1
第二節 本文架構 4
第二章 文獻探討 5
第一節 新興市場中家族企業接班人選 5
第二節 監督力與領導者異動 6
第三節 家族控制力與領導者異動 9
第三章 研究方法 11
第一節 研究架構 11
第二節 研究樣本 11
第三節 變數 13
第四節 線性迴歸 16
第四章 研究結果 17
第一節 樣本區間分析 17
第二節 描述性統計 23
第三節 迴歸結果 25
第四節 討論 29
第五章 結論與建議 31
第一節 研究結論與貢獻 31
第二節 研究建議和限制 32
參考文獻 34
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指導教授 陳明園(Ming-Yuan Chen) 審核日期 2016-7-5
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