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The panel data regression analysis shows that the outcome represents a positive and significant relationship of firm size and asset tangibility. Corruption perceived Index has negative and significant relationship with total; leverage therefore, hypothesis H1 is accepted.
AS [EFD.sub.-]RZ 0.025 0.035 0.008 (0.006) (***) (0.011) (***) (0.011) Q 0.546 (0.066) (***) Leverage -1.025 -0.614 (0.200) (***) (0.211) (***) ln(Size) 0.127 0.075 (0.024) (***) (0.025) (***) In(Age) -0.397 -0.300 (0.038) (***) (0.037) (***) SalesGth 0.053 0.034 (0.033) (0.031) Tangibility -2.287 -2.048 (0.147) (***) (0.148) (***) ExcessRet 0.168 0.265 (0.049) (***) (0.051) (***) ROA -0.078 -0.479 (0.213) (0.238) (**) IdioVola -0.385 -0.492 (0.127) (***) (0.123) (***) KZ-index 0.305 0.295 (0.025) (***) (0.026) (***) Constant 2.418 3.555 2.819 (0.737) (***) (0.811) (***) (0.805) (***) Pseudo 0.025 0.094 0.108 [R.sup.2] Observations 28,675 28,456 28,456 Multinomial Logit Model (4) (5) SI vs.
Hypothesis 1a-1-5: Customer perception of spa hotel quality (tangibility, assurance, reliability, empathy, and responsiveness) will have a significant effect on pleasure.
H1a: "There is a significant difference between the expectation and perception of the students regarding the Tangibility dimension of service quality of education".
It is observed that financial distress, promoter holding, profitability, and tangibility are the significant factors contributing towards the capital structure of the companies from the real estate industry.
tangibility and its emphasis on concreteness more broadly--this Article
R&D expenses, firm size, firm age, tangibility and capital structure are controlled for in regression analysis.
Said to be the first of its kind for such a Cloud-based serialization solution, the demo tool provides both insight and transparency, adding tangibility to the complex, multi-faceted track-and-trace arena.
Research starts with a concept of service quality in pharmaceutical business discussion and antecedent experience in Direct to consumer communication in Pharmaceutical companies then compilation of SERVQUAL Questionnaire, using SEVQUAL method, in order to analysis service quality in pharmaceutical companies based on 5 dimensions of service quality followed by self design questionnaire; in order to determine the tangibility of service quality for consumer as a new concept along with the difference between perceived and expected service quality for the end customer or consumer.
The first set of variables comprises leverage (Myers, 1977; Fosu et al., 2016, Castro et al., 2016), company size (Barnea et al., 1980; Awartani et al., 2015; Gonzales, 2015), growth opportunities (Myers, 1977; Yung et al., 2015; Gonzales, 2015), profitability (Demirguc-Kunt and Maksimovic, 1999; An et al., 2016; Zhang, 2016), business risk (Kane et al., 1985; Laeven et al., 2015; Kosak et al, 2015), tangibility (Demirguc-Kunt and Maksimovic, 1999; Stephan et al., 2011; Gungoraydinoglu and Oztekin, 2011) and regulated industry (Barclay and Smith, 1996), defining the following (Table I).
A questionnaire was used to assess the service quality gaps in the dimensions of empathy, tangibility, assurance and responsiveness.
Table 1: Frequency (%) of satisfied responses and dissatisfied responses with tangibility, reliability, responsiveness, assurance, empathy and accessibility and affordability indicators in public and private sector hospitals.