The Comparison of The Influence Of Intellectual Capital, Managerial Ownership, Institutional Ownership And Corporate Social Responsibility On Company Financial Performance (Empirical Study of Coal Mining and Infrastructure Sub-Sector Companies Registered

    Rilla Gantino ,Patricia Manasye Tiurma ,Ritta Setiyati ,Mohd Haizam Saudi
    Keywords: Intellectual Capital, Managerial Ownership, Institusional Ownership, Corporate Social Responsibility and Financial Performance ,

    Abstract

    Abstract
    This study aims to compare the effect of intellectual capital, managerial ownership, institutional ownership
    and corporate social responsibility on the financial performance of coal mining sub-sectors and
    infrastructure sub-sectors. The samples used are all sub-sector coal mining companies and infrastructure
    sub-sectors which are listing year 2014-2018 on www.idx.co.id website using nonprobability sampling
    method with a census technique sampling which is the number of samples used are 37 coal mining and
    infrastructure sub-sector companies. The analytical method used is multiple regression. The results of
    hypothesis testing show that intellectual capital, managerial ownership, institutional ownership and
    corporate social responsibility have a significant effect jointly on ROA and ROE of coal mining sub-sector
    companies, but does not significantly affect the company's ROE sub-sector infrastructure. Partially,
    managerial ownership affects insignificant financial performance in both sectors. Meanwhile, institutional
    ownership of coal mining companies has significant effect on ROA, but the effect is insignificant to the
    ROE and has no significant effect on the ROA and ROE infrastructure companies. Corporate social
    responsibility has a partially insignificant effect on ROA and ROE in the coal mining sub-sector, but has a
    negative and significant effect on ROA in the infrastructure sub-sector.

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