Impact of Corporate Ownership on Economic Performance of Agroholdings in Russia
This study conveys the impact of corporate ownership on economic performance of agroholdings – integrated agricultural, processing, marketing, financial and industrial business units in Russia’s agro-food sector. Using a unique database of the All-Russian Nikonov-Institute of Agrarian Problems and Informatics, we investigate 151 agroholdings in Russia and evaluate their economic performances for 2006. Applying the multiple linear regression analysis we were able to quantify corporate ownership and analyze a priori unobserved factors. The results of the econometric estimation reveal that state ownership exerts negative influence on the economic performance of agroholdings.
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