ZOMBIE DAN DIVERSIFIKASI DALAM MASA KRISIS KEUANGAN GLOBAL

Santi Novita, Bambang Tjahjadi, Andry Irwanto


Abstract


This study aims to examine whether a firm with a higher degree of related diversification is less likely to have a zombie condition during the global financial crisis. The research sample is non-financial firms listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in the year of the global financial crisis from 2007-2009. Data are analyzed using logistic regression. The results of the study indicate that a firm with a higher degree of related diversification is less likely to have a zombie condition during the global financial crisis. Furthermore, the effect of this diversification proves to be higher for a firm with a domestic orientation than an international orientation

Keywords


diversification, financial, crisis, related, zombie

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22219/jrak.v9i3.9904 | Abstract views : 91 | PDF views : 42 |

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