Effect of Corporate Governance on Islamic Banking: Evidence from Listed Firms of Pakistani Stock Exchange

Laila Javeed


The Purpose of this study is to analyze the influence of corporate governance on firm performance (Islamic Banks) in Pakistan. The study presents a longitudinal assessment of the compliance and implications of the revised code on firm performance. This study uses data from listed firms of Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSE) for the years 2007-2016 to investigate the effect of corporate governance, indices the performance of Islamic Banks. The study uses panel data analysis and random effect model. We used board size, CEO duality, board independence, director ownership, and frequency of meeting as corporate governance indices, ROE, and ROA as performance of Islamic banks proxies. The results have intimation for regulatory authorities, shareholders and directors to take steps to improve the board competencies for better performance.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijafr.v9i1.14260


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