Abstract

 

This research was conducted to examine the influence of Investment Decision, Finance Decision, Dividend Policies, Ownership Structures, and Firm Size to Firm Value (Empirical Studies Toward Company That Consolidated In LQ 45 Index Within Indonesian Stock Exchange In 2007-20011 Period)

A total of 20 public companies and non-banking non-financial incorporated in LQ 45 consecutive years from 2007-2011 were taken as samples by purposive sampling method (purposive sampling method), an analytical tool used adallah multiple regression analysis.

Results of this analysis showed that there are sixth findings. 1) The investment decision as measured by Price Earning Ratio (PER) does not significantly influence to firm value as measured by the Price Book Value (PBV). 2) Finance decision as measured by Debt to Equity Ratio (DER) does not significantly influence to firm value (PBV). 3) Dividend policies as measured by Dividend Payout Ratio (DPR) significantly influence to firm value (PBV). 4) Institutional ownership significantly influence to firm value (PBV). 5) Managerial ownership does not significantly influence to firm value (PBV). 6) Firm size does not significantly influence to firm value (PBV).