THE EFFECT OF GOOD CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND MACROECONOMICS FACTORS TOWARDS FINANCIAL DISTRESS
The purpose of this research is to determine the effect of Good Corporate Governance and macroeconomics factors on financial distress. This research used a descriptive verification method with a quantitative approach. The type of data that is used is secondary data from company financial reports and publication data needed to support this research. The population in this research is Retail Trade Company registered in the Indonesia Stock Exchange period 2012-2016. Analysis of data used multiple linear regression analysis. The result of this research that used multiple linear regression analysis, concluded as follows: Institutional ownership has a negative effect financial distress with a significant value of 1%, the independent commissioner has a negative effect financial distress with a significant value of 2.1% with a significant level of 5%. Good corporate governance and macroeconomics factors simultaneously affect financial distress with a significant value of 2.8%.
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