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Many accounting researchers use direct mail survey questionnaires as a means of data collection. There are many advantages in using mail surveys. For example, surveys are a costeffective and efficient means of collecting research data and they provide a means of obtaining data from a...
Many of the survey design issues raised by Tung 2000 are revisited in the context of Guilding and Kirman's 1998 study. While several practical issues are raised, underlying this rejoinder is the message that when conducting questionnaire survey research, issues can arise that require the...
This study examines the accuracy and bias of profit forecasts disclosed in prospectuses by New Zealand companies for initial public offerings during the period 1987 to 1994. The results show that profit forecasts in this period are, on average, more accurate titan those disclosed prior to 1987,...
In this paper we employ a GMMbased approach to test the restrictions imposed by a twofactor market and oil pricing model when a riskfree asset is assumed to exist. We examine the Australian market which has several interesting features including selfsufficiency in relation to oil, a large...
Financial reporting standards on foreign currency translation in many countries such as New Zealand, US, Australia, and Canada and the international standard issued by the International Accounting Standards Committee require the classification of foreign operations for translation purposes into...
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