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The issue of board characteristics has received attention from the auditing profession due to users' demand for good governance. This study examined how board characteristics affect the selection of auditors by deposit money banks in Nigeria through the use of ex-post facto research design. The...
The study explored the effect of quarrying business on internally generated revenue in Ebonyi state. Primary and secondary sources of data were employed. Structured questionnaire, the central bank accounts and reports, National Bureau of Statistics, and published reports of the companies studied...
This study examines whether the transition of local GAAP to IFRS affects listed firms in the Sub-Saharan Africa region. Using binary logistic regression on the dataset from Ghana, we find that profitability and liquidity reduced during the official adoption fiscal year of IFRS but not, earning...
This paper examines risk strategies adopted by MFIs in Cameroon. Much research on risk and especially after the financial crisis of 2007 has been based on mainstream financial institutions and ignored the contribution of risk on MFIs activities and in our societies. This study is based on 15 in...
This study investigates the mediation impact of perceived usefulness on the relationship between perceived familiarity, perceived risk and adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) in Ethiopia. The constructs are developed on the basis of technology adoption model (TAM) and...
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