The Impact of Internal Corporate Governance Instruments on Working Capital and Its Influences on Economic Value Added

Abstract

Objective of this research focused on testing the impact of internal corporate governance instruments in the management of working capital and the reflection of each of them on the Firm performance. For this purpose, four main hypotheses was formulated, the first, pointed out its results to a significant effect for each of corporate major shareholders ownership and Board of Directors size on the net working capital and their association with a positive relation. The second, explained a significant effect of net working capital on the economic value added, and their link inverse relationship, while the third, explored a significant effect for each of the corporate major shareholders ownership and Board of Directors size on the economic value added. The fourth, revealed a significant effect of the internal instruments for corporate governance on the economic value added in light of the different net working capital.