Performance of Construction Companies in Southeast Asia using Static and Dynamic Panel Data
Keywords:Performance, Constructions, Southeast Asia
Global competition has challenged the performance of construction companies in Southeast Asia. This research determines factors that influence the performance of construction companies.Â Data collections were obtained from stock exchanges of countries under the study from years 2013 to 2016. The research methods use static and dynamic panel data. The results reveal that financial performance of construction companies is affected by DER, interest rate and efficiency, while their market performance is influenced by growth of construction cost, interest rate and score of efficiency. Â Â
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