Religious and Cash Holding: Evidence from Indonesia

https://doi.org/10.24042/febi.v4i2.5374

Ernie Hendrawaty, Edi Pranyoto, Adam Muhammad Abubakar, PhD

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This research examines the effect of religiosity on the cash holding. The method used to test the model is panel data regression by investigating the effect of religiosity on the cash holding of shari'a and non-shari'a companies. The results show that  Religiosity (Islamic Dichotomic), showing a positive and significant coefficient on cash holdings. Companies with a high level of religiosity hold significant amounts of cash. The companies hold cash to reduce risk by reducing debt financing.

Keywords: cash holdings, religiosity, risk


Keywords


cash holdings, religiosity, risk

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