New issue of CGOBR has been published
We are pleased to present the first issue of the Corporate Governance and Organizational Review of 2019.
The current issue of the journal focuses on the wide range of research topics, including various aspects of organizational leadership, company performance and efficiency of production.
In particular, J. Vaz Ferreira analyzes the effects of the legal certification of accounts on company performance in the Portuguese case. In this paper, the author describes the changes in the economic and financial performance of a sample of 262 limited liability companies after having their accounts certified by a statutory auditor.
Viwe Mrwebi studies how leadership style influences employment. Evidence shows that a leadership style is a powerful instrument that can be used to retain talent within the organisational settings. By using descriptive and inferential statistics, the study shows that there is a negative relationship between leadership style and employee retention. In particular, the study argues that transactional leadership style and transformational leadership style are forces that are needed in order to retain talents in the organisation settings.
Temitayo O. Olaniyan, Samuel O. Ekundayo determine the effects of government bonds for the growth on the Nigerian capital market. Utilising time-series data obtained from the Nigeria Stock Exchange (NSE) annual reports for the period from 2010 to 2017, the study through the Generalised Method of Moments (GMM) regression estimator found that the value and the number of listed government bonds’ positively and significantly affect capital market growth in Nigeria.
Hugh Grove, Mac Clouse analyze the evolutions from “old economy” versus “new economy” firms with reference to the changes with some aspects: financial reporting, intangible resources, PE ratio, market to book ratio.
Jacky S. B. Sumarauw, Lucky O. H. Dotulong, Yunita Mandagie investigate the influence of material inventory and preventive machine maintenance has on the efficiency of production. The research applies descriptive and verification analysis methods. Descriptive analysis is used to describe and explain the data, while verification to see the correlation among the variables using the census sampling technique.
Corporate Governance and Organizational Review is published two times a year using a rolling model. Currently, we call for papers for the next issue of the journal to be finalized in 2019. Deadline for submissions is September 15th, 2019. You can send your submission to the managing editor at firstname.lastname@example.org. For instructions for authors please visit this page.