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Listed companies commonly appoint their incumbent annual auditors to audit a target company during a merger and acquisition (M&A). However, some companies choose an alternative auditor to perform the M&A audit. To understand the consequences of this apparently unconventional auditor choice, we...
The increasing number of discretionary stock halts, has attracted the attention of regulatory authorities and scholars. They have also become a significant obstacle to the internationalization of China's capital market. This article systematically examines the impact of discretionary halts on...
The paper examines the motivation and consequences of Golden Parachute (GP) contracts in the context of TBEA, a Chinese company whose GP payment was 1,000 times executive annual salary and which rescinded its GP provision in 2019. We find that for TBEA, whose ownership is dispersed,...
Using data of Chinese A-share non-financial listed companies spanning years 2003–2018, we examine whether a firm’s business strategy that deviates from industry conventions influences corporate governance mechanisms, particularly the probability of choosing high-quality external auditors. We...
Taken the cancellation of the upper limit of loan interest rates as a quasinatural experiment and based on the signal theory of auditor demand, this paper investigates how the improvement of credit availability affects the choice of auditors. Results show that, compared with low-risk...
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