TITLE

ANTECEDENTS OF THE ADOPTION OF OUTSIDE BOARDS BY SMALL PRIVATE FIRMS

AUTHOR(S)
FIEGENER, MARK K.
PUB. DATE
August 1999
SOURCE
Academy of Management Proceedings & Membership Directory;1999, pI1
SOURCE TYPE
Conference Proceeding
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
What developmental pressures trigger the adoption of outside boards by small private firms? Logistic regression results (N=3070) indicate that firms are more likely to have an outside board when more ownership is held by individuals outside the firm, CEOs are younger, and CEOs do not intend an intra-family transition of leadership.
ACCESSION #
27601930

 

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