Does Firm Location Affect Management Team Size and Reputation? Evidence from Taiwan star

Tsung-Kang Chen, Yijie Tseng*, Yu-Ting Hsieh, Yi-Fang Yeh

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Abstract

This study explores the effect of the location of a firm's headquarters on the firm's management team size and reputation (MS&R) in a geographically small country (i.e., Taiwan) with numerous founding family firms. The results show that firm location quality positively relates to MS&R, and the association becomes weaker when firm profitability is higher or the founding family is present in the firm. Furthermore, the effect of firm location quality on management team reputation (team size) becomes stronger (weaker) when the CEO position is held by the founding family. Finally, the results are robust when considering endogeneity issues and other model settings.

Original languageEnglish
Number of pages28
JournalAsia-Pacific Journal of Financial Studies
DOIs
StateAccepted/In press - 3 Aug 2020

Keywords

  • Firm location quality
  • Founding family firms
  • Geographical characteristics
  • Management team size
  • Team reputation
  • FAMILY OWNERSHIP
  • TOP MANAGEMENT
  • CORPORATE
  • DIVIDEND
  • QUALITY

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