Analyze Of Company Size, Institutional Ownership And Reputation On Dividend Payment Decisions In Privatized Companies

Septiana Endang Subekti, Ade Banani, Ary Yunanto


Researchers realize that it is very important to reflect on and develop research on dividend payments because it is very important to do especially in Indonesia. Researchers reviewed 15 journals related to economics, accounting, management, and finance indexed in Scopus. So that there are 10 articles that discuss dividend payments. Researchers aim to examine the relationship between firm size, institutional ownership and reputation and dividend payments. Then the researchers chose a privatized company because there were significant changes in dividend payments before and after privatization.


Keywords: Company Size, Institutional Ownership, Reputation, Dividend policy, Privatized

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