Ownership, Governance and Firm Performance in Pakistan

  • Muhammad Khalid RashidAssociate Professor of Economics, Government College of Science, Lahore
  • Asif AliPhD Scholar The University of Lahore, Lahore
  • Habibullah MagsiAssociate Professor of Agri. Economics, Sindh Agriculture University, Tandojam

Abstract

Corporate governance is frequently viewed as a frail connection in Asia’s organization performance. The greater parts of the studies try to discover the connection between the ownership and firm value. This paper endeavor to explore the intercede relationship as took after the reviews done in Malaysia by Tam and Tan 2007 that has been over looked in the past reviews. The study analyzes this issue by looking at the connection between ownership types and firm performance by inspecting the governance implementation and their effect on performance. This review demonstrates the distinctive sort of dominant part shareholders exhibits the conspicuous substance of conduct and inclinations for corporate governance in a domain of various grouping of shareholding. Also, this paper is on a developing nation like Pakistan where great governance only exists.


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