The power indexes of the CEO and the performance of the company under pressure based on product market competition

Document Type: Research Paper

Authors

Faculty of Economics and Accounting, Islamic Azad University, South Tehran Branch

10.22034/amfa.2020.1867187.1215

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to "Identify and explain the relationship between the power indicators of the CEO and the performance of the company under pressure based on the product market competitiveness in the companies listed in the Tehran Stock Exchange". According to this research, the 10-year period of companies listed in the Tehran Stock Exchange was investigated in 1395-1386. The data of 135 companies were analyzed using regression test using SPSS 20 and Eviews 7. The results show that the efficiency of management & integrity of management Is effective on the performance of the company in the companies under pressure on the basis of product market competition, but the effect of management conservatism was not confirmed.

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