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Title: Corporate Governance and Efficiency: Evidence from the U.S. Property-Liability Insurance Industry
Authors: 王儷玲
Huang,Li-Ying;Lai,Gene C.;McNamara, Michael;Wang, Jennifer
Contributors: 風管系
Date: 2011-09
Issue Date: 2010-10-06 10:40:46 (UTC+8)
Abstract: This study examines the relation between corporate governance and the efficiency of the U.S. property–liability insurance industry during the period from 2000 to 2007. We find a significant relation between efficiency and corporate governance (board size, proportion of independent directors on the audit committee, proportion of financial experts on the audit committee, director tenure, proportion of block shareholding, average number of directorships, proportion of insiders on the board, and auditor dependence). We also find property–liability insurers have complied with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) to a large extent. Although SOX achieved the goal of greater auditor independence and might have prevented Enron-like scandals, it had some unexpected effects. For example, insurers became less efficient when they had more independent auditors because the insurers were unable to recoup the benefits of auditor independence.
Relation: Journal of Risk and Insurance, 78(3), 519-550
Data Type: article
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