Corporate Financial Performance and its Predictors
|Field:||Applied statistics, operation research|
|Type:||Article in Proceedings|
|Keywords:||Canonical Correlation Analysis; Corporate Financial Performance|
The purpose of the paper is to present results of an empirical survey focused on potential relations between the group of variables describing corporate financial performance and the group of other indicators such as: degree of centralization, innovation and knowledge management, market share, measure of uncertainties etc. Values of the indicators were perceived and recognized by managers of multinational companies' subsidiaries in the Czech Republic. Answers from 336 subsidiaries (quantitative on-line inquiry) were analyzed using various statistical methods including canonical correlation analysis.