Relação da estrutura de capital e a diversidade de gênero no conselho de administração / Capital structure relationship and gender diversity on the board

Bruna dos Santos, Debora Cristine dos Santos, Lucas da Silva Seara, Matheus Torquato, Jorge Eduardo Scarpin

Resumo


Ao longo da última década ocorreu um acréscimo significativo no número de mulheres pertencentes a equipes de alta administração. Nesse sentido, o comportamento em relação às decisões de investimento, risco e diferenças de gênero tem sido investigado pelo meio acadêmico (Barsky, Juster, Kimball, & Shapiro, 1997). O consenso nesses estudos é que as mulheres são mais avessas ao risco na tomada de decisões financeiras (Berger et al., 2014). Dada a necessidade de um maior número de investigações sobre gênero e estrutura de capital, apresentamos o seguinte problema de pesquisa: qual a relação existente entre a diversidade de gênero no Conselho de Administração e a estrutura de capital? O estudo tem como objetivo verificar a relação entre a diversidade de gênero no Conselho de Administração e as tomadas de decisões quanto aos tipos de empréstimos e financiamentos (curto e longo prazo) e as fontes de capital.

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Diversidade de Gênero, Estrutura de Capital, Conselho de Administração.

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