EFFECT OF FIRM VALUE BOARD ON THE VALUE OF MANUFACTURING COMPANIES LISTED ON THE INDONESIA STOCK EXCHANGE
ABSTRACT. Board diversity is one of the issues related to company value. The diversity of the board will affect the components of the board of directors and the board of commissioners, which in turn will affect the value of the company. This study aims to determine the effect of diversity of the board of both the Board of Directors and also the Board of Commissioners on Corporate Values. Where the Board of Directors and Board of Commissioners are independent variables and Corporate Value as the dependent variable. Gender diversity is measured by the proportion of women in the Board of Directors and the Board of Commissioners. In this study, company value is measured by Tobin's Q. The sample used in this study is a manufacturing company listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in 2014-2018. This study uses linear regression. multiple to attract research results.
Keyword: Board Diversity, Gender, Firm Value, Tobin’s Q
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