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The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of management accounting systems, particularly with respect to their influence on error and bias in decision making. It also discusses the implications of such errors and biases for organizations and for policy and suggests avenues for future...
The listing approach taken by Chinese family firms relates to the political favours that a family firm can obtain from local government, which could have a significant impact on corporate financial reporting behaviour. Using a sample of Chinese family firms over the period from 2003 to 2008, we...
Prior event studies have examined investor wealth losses due to corporate misconduct in China’s capital markets, using the regulator’s formal sanction announcement as the relevant event. However, an important and earlier event (namely, the regulatory investigation announcement) has been...
The performance of firms is usually influenced by their structural embeddedness in social networks. This paper investigates the effects of structural hole positions of directors on their firms’ operating and investing efficiency, from a corporate finance perspective. We build an interlocking...
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