HUBUNGAN MANAGERIAL OVERCONFIDENCE, KEPEMILIKAN PEMERINTAH DAN KEPUTUSAN PEMBIAYAAN PERUSAHAAN

Dewi Puji Lestari, Faisal Faisal

Abstract


This study examines the effect of managerial overconfidence on corporate financing which
measured by leverage ratio. Also it investigates the moderating effect of government ownership
on the relationship between managerial overconfidence and leverage. The managerial
overconfidence is measured by photo profile, degree of education, experience, gender and
network. The sample consists of 176 public companies listed on Indonesia Stock Exchange in
2017. The results of this study show that managerial overconfidence proxied by photo profile has
a negatively effect on leverage. Other results find that experience and network positively affect
on leverage. However, this study failed to show that level of education, gender, government
ownership have significant effect on leverage. In addition, government ownership does not act
as a moderating variable that influence the relationship between managerial overconfidence and
leverage. The implications of this study suggest that the personal characteristics of manager
such as profile, experience and network should be considered as factors that may influence
level of corporate financing.

Keywords: managerial overconfidence, government ownership, financing, leverage, upper
echelon theory


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.30659/ekobis.20.2.72-86

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