Bambang Sutrisno, Nurul Sriminarti, Muhammad Alvin Pazzlurahman Umar


Penelitian ini menyajikan tinjauan literatur sistematis terkait keberagaman gender dewan. Fokus utama dari artikel ini adalah pada studi empiris yang relevan membahas konsekuen dari keberagaman gender dewan. Penelitian ini menggunakan jurnal internasional bereputasi terindeks Scopus dari 2011 hingga Juni 2023. Penelitian ini menemukan bahwa konsekuen penting dari keberagaman gender dewan adalah kinerja perusahaan, kebijakan dividen, cash holding, inovasi, manajemen laba, pengambilan risiko, stock price crash risk, dan sustainability/corporate social responsibility (CSR)/environmental, social, and governance (ESG). Penelitian ini juga menyajikan arah riset di masa mendatang pada topik keberagaman gender dewan. 

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