Ownership Structure and Performance of Companies: Exploratory Study via a Systematic Review of the Literature
Khalil El Kouiri (),
Jamal Agouram and
Abdillah Kadouri ()
International Journal of Social Sciences Perspectives, 2021, vol. 8, issue 1, 17-24
This article aims to understand the general context of research on the impact of ownership structure and performance of firms through a systematic review of references that include the keywords "ownership structure" and "performance" in their titles and that are published in English between 1990 and June 2020. For this purpose, we used articles published in journals indexed in the Scopus database. The uploaded articles are organized by the Mendeley Desktop tool and then transferred to the NVivo10 tool, in order to make a textual analysis of the elements contained in the articles. Data concerning the article, the characteristics of the study population, were collected. Our initial bibliographic search covered 229 articles published in 141 journals registered in more than 30 databases. It was found that the journals have published on this subject belongs to several disciplines related to governance, finance, and management and that they come from Anglo-Saxon countries. Our work can be considered as a support in the study of the scientific literature review related to ownership structure and performance.
Keywords: Systematic review; Literature review; Ownership structure; Performance; Corporate governance. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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