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    Title: Does Resetting by Changing Corporate Name or Industry Category Appeals Institutional Investments
    Authors: Huang, Paoyu;Ni, Yensen;Cheng, Yirung
    Keywords: Corporate Name Change;Industry Category Change;Board Structure;Financial Ratio;Firm Value
    Date: 2019-12-31
    Issue Date: 2020-03-14 12:10:28 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: We investigate whether firms changing their names or industry categories once and more than once would affect institutional shareholdings. By utilizing 5,733 observations of the Taiwan Stock Exchange listed firms, we apply multiple regression models firstly and Petersen regression models for further investigation to enhance the robustness of the empirical results. We then disclose several important findings as follows. First, institutional investors might not prefer holding the shares of the firms changing their names more than once. We infer that the performances of the firms changing names more than once might be doubtful. Second, institutional investors might decrease the shareholdings of the firms with industry categories changed. We claim that institutional investors might suspect these firms probably existing corporate governance issues. Besides, we argue that, to our best understanding, this study might fill the gap in the existing literature due to that the issues, firms changing their names or industry categories once or more than once, seem rarely explored in the relevant studies.
    Relation: Contemporary Management Research 15(3), p.175-203
    DOI: 10.7903/cmr.18885
    Appears in Collections:[Department of Management Sciences] Journal Article

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