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|Title:||Corporate governance and strategic resource allocation: The case of information technology investments|
|Authors:||Loh, L. |
|Citation:||Loh, L.,Venkatraman, N. (1993). Corporate governance and strategic resource allocation: The case of information technology investments. Accounting, Management and Information Technologies 3 (4) : 213-228. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||We empirically examine a set of relationships between corporate governance and information technology investments. Specifically, we test our relationships with data from a sample of major U.S. corporations using structural equation modeling. We established a negative relationship between information technology investments and two constructs of corporate governance, namely: (a) stock ownership structure (that includes large or insider shareholders); and (b) presence of takeover defenses. These results provide support for the "monitoring hypothesis" and the "managerial entrenchment hypothesis" of risky investments respectively. In addition, we observed a negative relationship between stock ownership structure and takeover defense adoption. Our study contributes to a critical understanding of the determinants of information technology investments viewed within the governance context of a relational exchange between two important corporate constituents: the managers and the shareholders. © 1993.|
|Source Title:||Accounting, Management and Information Technologies|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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