On the Rate of Board Members with IT Responsibilities in Firms Listed on the Stock Exchange: Results of a Contant Analysis

René Riedl, Maximilian Kobler, Friedrich Roithmayr

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Abstract

This article reports on a content analysis that investigates the rate of board members with IT responsibilities in firms listed on the stock exchange in the German speaking countries. Furthermore, the study ascertains the correlation of six factors - which become evident through content analysis - with the rate of board members with IT responsibilities. A total of 679 annual reports of German, Austrian, and Swiss corporations have been analyzed. The results show that in Germany and Switzerland 26 percent of the firms investigated have a board member with IT responsibilities, in Austria the rate is 23 percent. Additionally, the results show that turnover and number of employees are highly positively correlated with the rate of board members with IT responsibilities. Furthermore, the data show a correlation between industry and the rate of board members with IT responsibilities.

Translated title of the contributionOn the Rate of Board Members with IT Responsibilities in Firms Listed on the Stock Exchange: Results of a Contant Analysis
Original languageGerman
Pages (from-to)111-128
Number of pages18
JournalWIRTSCHAFTSINFORMATIK
Volume50
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2008

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