Corporate Governance

Managerial psychology and corporate investment rationality: evidence from Tunisian listed firms

Amel Baccar, Ben Mohamed Ezzeddine and Abdelfettah Bouri
Savings and Development Vol. 40(2016), No. 1, pp. 51-73

In this paper, we present an original essay that aims to explore the effect of some psychological biases on corporate investment decision’s rationality. Departing from a sample of traded Tunisian firms and the annual reports of those firms, we [...]

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Corporate governance, concentration, and economic growth in the GCC banking sector

Ibrahim Al Karasneh and Ali Bolbol
Savings and Development Vol. 32(2008), No. 1, pp. 51-75

The aim of this paper is to study the growth and corporate governance implications of market concentration in the GCC banking sector. It will begin by defining corporate governance, its significance in the context of banks, and how it can be [...]

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