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This paper shares some thoughts on why and how to break down the artificial barriers that exist in accounting research. Through a discussion of the research-practice-teaching triangle in accounting, three major ways are suggested for accomplishing this objective. These are, respectively,...
Both paternalism from governments and bank loans are sources of soft-budget constraints, which reduce information disclosure, including state-owned enterprises’ (SOEs’) perceived bankruptcy risk and operational risk, both of which may affect stock-price synchronicity. From a banking perspective,...
This study investigates the effect of a partner–client relationship on auditor switches. We find that a non-signing partner, especially one who is ‘job-hopping,’ has a significant effect on auditor switches. Specifically, if a partner who was the signatory of a public company’s annual report no...
This paper investigates the monitoring role of media on executive compensation. Using data on media coverage from 2007 to 2009, we find that the media can serve as an effective external monitoring mechanism on executive compensation by affecting executive reputation. Specifically, negative media...
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