Innovation Organization and Free Float on Financial Performance: Empirical Study from Listed Company at Indonesia Stock Exchange


The aim of this research is to determine the effect of innovation organization and free float on financial performance with firm size as a moderating variable. Data collection techniques are used to conduct interviews and distribute questionnaires to the management of financial companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange. The analytical method used in this study is structural equation modeling using software data processing Smart PLS. The research results of the Innovation Organization have a negative and significant effect on Financial Performance, Free Float has a positive and significant effect on Financial Performance, and Free Float has a positive and significant effect on Financial Performance by being moderated by Firm Size.

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