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By Philip Reckers

This sequence goals to supply a discussion board for discourse between and among educational and working towards accountants on problems with value to the way forward for the self-discipline. Emphasis is put on unique statement, serious research and artistic examine that will substantively enhance our realizing of economic markets and behavioral phenomenon appropriate to genuine global offerings. expertise and international festival have introduced great alterations during the last twenty years of the twentieth century. a wide range of unsolved questions maintains to plague a occupation lower than fireplace within the aftermath of the Enron financial disaster. questions on adequacy of monetary accounting and auditing criteria, approaches and practices abound this day. This quantity of Advances in Accounting contains articles that tackle the predictability of company profits, and lately challenged practices in monetary reporting. It additionally addresses unethical auditor practices and the ex-post evaluation of auditor judgements, and overview of company leader executives' functionality. different articles handle vital company budgetary concerns, tax providers and accounting schooling.

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1996) and Fraser et al. (1998). Surprisingly, the evidence does not support the notion that small firms had more at stake with the proposed standard. Dechow et al. found that firm size was positively related to the likelihood of a firm submitting an opposing comment letter to the FASB, meaning that larger firms were more likely to publicly oppose the exposure draft. Dechow et al also examined stock returns for a sample of biotechnology firms and found no evidence of abnormal return reactions to event dates during the development of the standard.

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