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dc.contributor.authorSinghchawla, Wanachan
dc.contributor.authorEvans, Robert
dc.contributor.authorEvans, John
dc.contributor.authorRajabhat, S.
dc.identifier.citationSinghchawla, Wanachan and Rajabhat, Suan Dusit and Evans, Robert T. and Evans, John P. 2011. Managerial Alignment versus Entrenchment Effects on Firm Performance in Australia. Academy of Taiwan Business Management Review. 7 (1): pp. 24-35.

This study investigates whether managerial share ownership serve to enjhance or detract from firm performance in listed companies in Australia. The results support both the 'convergence of interest' and 'entrenchment' hypotheses and therefore, the existence of a non-linear relationship between firm performance and managerial ownership. A cubic relationship is found to exist for Australian data, namely convergence to entrenchment to convergence, with maximum and minimum points occurring at approximately 12% and 58% of executive directors' shareholdings, respectively.

dc.publisherTaiwan Institute of Business Administration
dc.titleManagerial Alignment versus Entrenchment Effects on Firm Performance in Australia
dc.typeJournal Article
dcterms.source.titleAcademy of Taiwan Business Management Review
curtin.departmentGraduate School of Business
curtin.accessStatusOpen access

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