Corporate Governance Mechanisms and Performance in Air Management Companies: A fsQCA Approach
This article examines the role of governance mechanisms and economic variables in financial performance of air management companies in Italy. The research draws on corporate governance theory, stakeholder theory, and performance analysis in the airport industry. Fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis (QCA) was used to analyze a sample of Italian air management companies. Data were extracted from AIDA database, public reports, and corporate governance documents. Results confirm that different combinations of governance mechanisms, number of passengers, and number of employees can yield similar financial performance. This research also identifies the most significant items that can impact the financial performance, and the relationships among governance mechanisms, and financial performance of those companies.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: July 17, 2019
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