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論文中文名稱:家族企業是否有助女性突破玻璃天花板? [以論文名稱查詢館藏系統]
論文英文名稱:Do family firms help women break the glass ceiling? [以論文名稱查詢館藏系統]
院校名稱:臺北科技大學
學院名稱:管理學院
系所名稱:資訊與財金管理系碩士班
畢業學年度:105
畢業學期:第二學期
出版年度:106
中文姓名:林怡君
英文姓名:Yi-Jun Lin
研究生學號:104AB8011
學位類別:碩士
語文別:中文
口試日期:2017/05/26
論文頁數:62
指導教授中文名:丁秀儀
指導教授英文名:Hsiu-I Ting
口試委員中文名:丁秀儀;林玟君;黃柏凱
中文關鍵詞:性別家族企業執行長玻璃天花板玻璃懸崖
英文關鍵詞:GanderFamily firmCEOGlass ceilingGlass cliff
論文中文摘要:本研究以2004至2014年中國上海與深圳上市公司為研究對象,探討家族企業是否較傾向聘雇女性管理者。本研究發現家族企業比非家族企業傾向聘任女性管理者,此現象不完全受女性董事比例高的影響,也不是家族企業選才侷限於家族成員所致,家族企業甚至比非家族企業更傾向聘任專業的女性CEO。在男女平等的文化環境下,家族企業更可能聘任女性CEO;不過,研究也發現家族企業對女性CEO的聘任存在玻璃懸崖現象,亦即當公司績效較差或風險較高時,家族企業更可能聘任女性CEO。
論文英文摘要:Using the listed firms in Shanghai and Shenzhen during the peiord 2004-2014, this study investigates whether family firms tend to appoint women to be exeucutives. We find that family firms appoint women to be executives more often than non-family firms do. The finding does not result form high percentage of women directors or the limited pool of talent in family firms. Compared to non-family firms, family firms are even more inclined to hire professional female CEOs. In the cultural environment of gender equality, family firms tend to appoint female CEOs. However, we also find that family firms of female CEO appointments exist glass cliff phenomenon, that is, familly firms tend to appoint female CEOs when their performance is poor or the risk is high.
論文目次:摘要 i
ABSTRACT ii
誌謝 iii
目錄 iv
表目錄 v
附錄 v
第一章 緒論… 1
第二章 文獻探討 4
2.1 家族企業的重要地位 4
2.2 家族企業聘雇女性的好處 5
2.3 家族企業聘任女性管理者 6
第三章 研究方法 8
3.1 樣本及資料來源 8
3.2 方法 11
第四章 實證結果與分析 16
4.1 家族企業是否傾向聘任女性管理者? 19
4.2 女性董事比例的影響 30
4.3 CEO為家族成員/專業經理人 33
4.4 文化環境的影響 40
4.5 玻璃懸崖的現象 43
第五章 結論與建議 47
參考文獻 49
附錄 51
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