Role of Women Director on Productivity Performance: A Study on Listed Private Commercial Banks of Bangladesh
Efficiency measurement and productivity performance analysis now become a point of interest for many researchers'. Because it is established that efficient and productive banks could ensure superior performance by achieving the objective of wealth maximization. Board of Directors issues have also become an integral part of corporate governance studies. This study is conducted to know the bank efficiency and productivity change for the representation of women directors on board. This study examines the productivity and efficiency performance of twenty-two (22) listed private commercial banks in Bangladesh based on the Malmquist Productivity Index (Total Factor Productivity) over the period of 2007 to 2016. A low degree of relationship found between women directors representation in a board and productivity performance. But, there are significant differences found in productivity performance among the different generation banks.
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