Corporate Governance and Sustainability Review

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ISSN / EISSN : 25198971 / 2519898X
Current Publisher: Virtus Interpress (10.22495)
Total articles ≅ 46
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John MacCarthy, Richard Amoasi-Andoh
Corporate Governance and Sustainability Review, Volume 4, pp 8-19; doi:10.22495/cgsrv4i2p1

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The purpose of this paper is to assess the effectiveness of the Altman Z-score model to discriminate between financially distressed and non financially distressed manufacturing firms listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange. Eleven firms consisting of two financially distressed and nine non-financially distressed manufacturing firms were analysed. Independent descriptive statistics, independent sample t-test, and multivariate discriminant analysis were the analytical tools used to analyse the hypotheses of this study. The study revealed that working capital/total assets and sales/total assets were the major discriminators of financially distressed firms on the Ghana Stock Exchange. Multivariate discriminant analysis revealed an accuracy rate of 79.9% to detect financially distressed firms in Ghana.
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Silvia Tommaso
Corporate Governance and Sustainability Review, Volume 4, pp 4-6; doi:10.22495/cgsrv4i1editorial

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This issue includes the papers devoted to very topical issues ranging from the influence of corporate governance on social and environmental responsibility to the impact of audit committee characteristics on earning management; from the relationship between quality of governance and quality of assets to the linkage between regulatory governance and financial stability of nations. These are issues debated in the theoretical and empirical studies of recent years that the authors of the articles in this issue examine with reference to contexts not yet explored and/or giving rise to a number of interesting and original conclusions.
Tarika Singh Sikarwar, Saurav Sharma
Corporate Governance and Sustainability Review, Volume 4, pp 74-81; doi:10.22495/cgsrv4i1p7

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The reviews have shown that regulatory governance increases the economic growth of the country that further improves the financial stability. Weak governance promotes a weak financial sector. It is established that there are several crises took place in ancient times because of failed policy (Greco, Ishizaka, Tasiou, & Torrisi, 2019; Kuc Czarnecka, Lo Piano, & Saltelli, 2020). The purpose of the research is to find out more about how weak governance can damage the economy of nations, and that is how it leads to financial instability. Besides, how good governance leads to economic stability can also be understood. The research problem presented in terms of the objective of the research is to find out the association between financial stability and regulatory governance for the selected nations under study. This is done by taking a sample of fifteen nations of the world. By taking selective indicators for regulatory governance and financial stability and applying the causality test, the association is checked. The results indicate a less significant association between regulatory governance and financial stability for nations under study. The results are relevant in continuously expanding global financial markets wherein emphasis is strong regulations.
Vinay Kandpal
Corporate Governance and Sustainability Review, Volume 4, pp 65-73; doi:10.22495/cgsrv4i1p6

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Chirag Malik, Sonali Yadav
Corporate Governance and Sustainability Review, Volume 4, pp 56-64; doi:10.22495/cgsrv4i1p5

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Wasiu Ajani Musa, Ramat Titilayo Salman, Ibrahim Olayiwola Amoo, Muhammed Lawal Subair
Corporate Governance and Sustainability Review, Volume 4, pp 47-55; doi:10.22495/cgsrv4i1p4

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Sana Masmoudi Mardessi, Yosra Makni Fourati
Corporate Governance and Sustainability Review, Volume 4, pp 33-46; doi:10.22495/cgsrv4i1p3

Amer Al Fadli
Corporate Governance and Sustainability Review, Volume 4, pp 21-32; doi:10.22495/cgsrv4i1p2

Kali Charan Sabat, Bala Krishnamoorthy
Corporate Governance and Sustainability Review, Volume 4, pp 8-20; doi:10.22495/cgsrv4i1p1

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