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    Title: Do Social Networks of Listed Companies Help Companies Recover from Financial Crises?
    Authors: 林思賢;Lin, Szu-Hsien;Chang, Tzu-Pu;Chang, Tzu-Pu;賴惠華;Lai, Huei-Hwa;Lu, Zi-Ying;Lu, Zi-Ying
    Contributors: 管理學院會計與資訊學系
    Keywords: social network;degree centrality;closeness centrality;financial crisis;logit regression;cox regression
    Date: 2022-05-01
    Issue Date: 2023-03-29 09:39:05 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 亞洲大學
    Abstract: This study aims to examine how the social networks of top management affect the recovery
    of their companies when facing a financial crisis. We mainly use the logit and Cox regression models
    to investigate whether social networks help overcome the financial distress and shorten the crisis
    duration. The empirical findings suggest that companies with characteristics of low degree centrality
    of the chairman’s bank networks and high closeness centrality of the general manager’s general
    networks and bank networks are more likely to overcome financial distress and get back to normal
    status. Furthermore, for companies with characteristics of low degree centrality of the chairman’s
    personal general networks, low closeness centrality of the financial executive’s personal general
    networks, and high degree centrality of the financial executive’s personal bank networks, it was
    easier to shorten the crisis duration. The practical implication is that companies need to prioritize
    quality over quantity in order to survive or shorten the crisis. All company top managers should not
    look only at the size of the company but consider how the social network is configured.
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