Journal of Accounting and Public Policy 1995 - Abstracts

Journal of Accounting and Public Policy 1995
Accounting for loan fees: stock market reactions to policy-making deliberations.BusinessMoyer, Susan, Kelly, Lauren
Accounting standards and national tax laws: the IASC and the ban on LIFO. (International Accounting Standards Committee; Last-In-First-Out inventory method)BusinessGuenther, David A., Hussein, Mohamed E.A.
An application of data envelopment analysis to public sector performance measurement and accountability.BusinessChalos, Peter, Cherian, Joseph
An empirical analysis of the factors influencing call decisions of local government bonds.BusinessVijayakumar, Jayaraman
Control and inherent risk assessments in client engagements: an examination of their interdependencies.BusinessDirsmith, Mark W., Haskins, Mark E.
Evidence on opinion shopping from audit opinion conservatism.BusinessStephens, Ray G., Krishnan, Jagan
Financial analysts' earnings forecasts and insider trading.BusinessLustgarten, Steven, Mande, Vivek
Firm-specific determinants of the comprehensiveness of mandatory disclosure in the corporate annual reports of firms listed on the stock exchange of Hong Kong.BusinessWallace, R.S. Olusegun, Naser, Kamal
Gender and earnings of certain accountants and auditors: a comparative study of industries and regions.BusinessSchaefer, James, Zimmer, Michael
Incidence of accounting irregularities: an experiment to compare audit, review, and compilation services.BusinessSchneider, Arnold
Recognition of CPAs not in public practice.BusinessDennis, David M., Moon, James E.
The effect of using diagnostic decision aids for analytical procedures on judges' liability judgments.BusinessJennings, Marianne M., Anderson, John C., Kaplan, Steven E., Reckers, Philip M.J.
The prospective payment system, hospital efficiency, and compensation contracts for senior-level hospital administrators.BusinessLambert, Richard A., Larcker, David F.
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