Efeito da Responsabilidade Social Corporativa e da Governança Corporativa no Desempenho Empresarial no Setor de Saúde Outros Idiomas

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58448
Resumo:
O estudo tem o objetivo de analisar o efeito da responsabilidade social corporativa e da governança corporativa no desempenho empresarial no setor de saúde. Para tanto, por meio de regressão quantílica com dados em painel, são analisadas 453 empresas de capital aberto (1.825 observações) do setor de saúde, de 31 países, que possuem dados nas bases Thomson Reuters Eikon e World Bank, referentes ao período 2010-2018. Os resultados demonstram que a responsabilidade social corporativa e a governança corporativa são positivamente correlacionadas. Verificou-se que as práticas de responsabilidade social corporativa e a governança corporativa afetam positivamente o desempenho empresarial de mercado, mensurado pelo Q de Tobin, e negativamente o desempenho empresarial operacional, medido pelo Return On Assets. Desse modo, verificase que as práticas ambientais, sociais e de governança corporativa são relevantes para a legitimação das empresas do setor de saúde apenas na perspectiva da criação de valor. Portanto, considerando-se a alta relevância social e econômica do segmento, tem-se que, para se perpetuar no mercado, a empresa do setor de saúde deve buscar melhorias ou implementar práticas de responsabilidade social corporativa e de governança corporativa.
Citação ABNT:
LUCA, J. M.; GÓIS, A. D.; LUCA, M. M. M.; MEDEIROS, J. T. Efeito da Responsabilidade Social Corporativa e da Governança Corporativa no Desempenho Empresarial no Setor de Saúde. Revista de Administração Hospitalar e Inovação em Saúde, v. 16, n. 4, p. 63-83, 2019.
Citação APA:
Luca, J. M., Góis, A. D., Luca, M. M. M., & Medeiros, J. T. (2019). Efeito da Responsabilidade Social Corporativa e da Governança Corporativa no Desempenho Empresarial no Setor de Saúde. Revista de Administração Hospitalar e Inovação em Saúde, 16(4), 63-83.
DOI:
https://doi.org/10.21450/rahis.v16i4.5917
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Tipo de documento:
Artigo
Idioma:
Português
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