Análisis de la relación entre las características observables de los gerentes públicos de alto nivel y el desempeño organizacional de las empresas públicas europeas

  • Pietro L. Lopes Universidade Federal de Canta Catarina (UFSC), Florianópolis, Brasil.
  • Fabrícia Silva Da Rosa Universidade Federal de Canta Catarina (UFSC), Florianópolis, Brasil.
  • Gabriel D. Costa Universidade de Lisboa (U. LISBOA). Lisboa, Portugal.
Palabras clave: Estructura de capital, Gestores públicos, Características observables, Empresas públicas

Resumen

Esta investigación tiene como objetivo analizar la relación entre las características observables de los gerentes públicos de alto nivel y el desempeño organizacional de las empresas públicas europeas. Por lo tanto, la investigación se refiere al análisis de las influencias de las características de los gerentes en el desempeño del negocio. Los resultados y aportes teóricos, metodológicos y empíricos serán a través de un proceso estructurado que se organiza en dos etapas. La primera etapa cubre el proceso estructurado para levantar el marco teórico. Según esta revisión, se identifican los aspectos relevantes para llevar a cabo la segunda etapa de la investigación (recopilación y análisis de datos sobre empresas públicas), de modo que la investigación se realice con las empresas públicas seleccionadas e incluya la recopilación en la base de datos. Para la recopilación de datos, tabulación y análisis de datos se utiliza el software PLS. Los resultados muestran que la presencia de mujeres en el equipo directivo influye positivamente en el 21,6% en el desempeño empresarial, lo que confirma la propiedad de la hipótesis. Por el contrario, los resultados mostraron que la experiencia de los gerentes está relacionada negativamente con el uso de capital de terceros y a corto plazo, lo que demuestra que con el tiempo los gerentes tienden a ser más conservadores en sus decisiones. Podemos relacionar que los gerentes más jóvenes pueden influir positivamente en el desempeño del negocio. La investigación está justificada, por lo tanto, la literatura ha señalado que la forma en que las organizaciones actúan y por qué toman ciertas decisiones es conocer a sus gerentes, realizar estudios sobre la teoría del nivel superior hace posible comprender mejor los resultados presentados por la organización y prever sus próximas acciones.

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Biografía del autor/a

Pietro L. Lopes , Universidade Federal de Canta Catarina (UFSC), Florianópolis, Brasil.

Graduando em Ciencias Contábeis pela Universidade Federal de Canta Catarina (UFSC), Brasil.

Fabrícia Silva Da Rosa , Universidade Federal de Canta Catarina (UFSC), Florianópolis, Brasil.

Professora de Pós-Graduação em Contabilidade da Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC), Brasil.

Gabriel D. Costa , Universidade de Lisboa (U. LISBOA). Lisboa, Portugal.

Mestre em Contabilidade, Fiscalidade e Finanças, Universidade de Lisboa (U. LISBOA), España.

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2019-12-16
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