Does ownership structure matter for corporate intellectual capital performance? An empirical test in the Iranian context

Farhad Shahveisi, Farshid Khairollahi, Mohammad Alipour
  • Eurasian Economic Review, May 2016, Springer Science + Business Media
  • DOI: 10.1007/s40821-016-0050-8

Does ownership structure matter for corporate intellectual capital performance

What is it about?

The purpose of the this paper is to study the relationship between types of ownership on intellectual capital performance (ICP) and its components in the companies listed in Tehran Stock Exchange. The results show that there is a significant positive relationship between ownership concentration,corporate, institutional ownership and ICP and that state ownership is negatively associated with ICP. Moreover, individual ownership has no significant relationship with ICP. Intellectual capital paradigms require corporate governance members to think holistically about all the intangible resources that can be used to create value through both intra-organizational and extra-organizational relationships.

Why is it important?

Intellectual capital paradigms require corporate governance members to think holistically about all the intangible resources that can be used to create value through both intra-organizational and extra-organizational relationships.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s40821-016-0050-8

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