Effect of Liquidity, Asset Structure, Managerial Ownership and Growth Rate on Company Performance
This study aims to obtain empirical evidence regarding the factors that influence company performance. The independent variables used in this study are liquidity, asset structure, managerial ownership, and growth rates. The dependent variable in this study is company performance. The population in this study are manufacturing companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) for the 2017-2021 period of 80 data. The method used to determine the sample was purposive sampling and obtained 64 data that met the criteria in this study. This study uses a simple regression model analysis. The results showed that liquidity had a negative effect on firm performance, asset structure had a positive effect on firm performance, managerial ownership had a positive effect on firm performance, and growth rates had a negative effect on firm performance. The implications of this research for managerial companies can increase liquidity to get better company performance. Companies can increase sales growth to show that the company has profitable prospects in the future.
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