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Employing Lennox’s (2000) methodology on a uniquely long time series of Spanish companies’ data, we find evidence of successful audit opinion-shopping through the firm switching decision. However, in contrast to Chen et al. (2016) in the Chinese setting, we find no evidence of successful...
This paper investigates the impact of investor protection on audit fees using a quasi-natural experiment provided by the introduction of the E-interaction platform in China. E-interaction provided investors with a platform to communicate directly with listed companies and participate in...
Using a comprehensive dataset of firm-level export transactions from China Customs, this paper investigates whether mandatory International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) convergence promotes Chinese firms’ export activities. We find that compared with private firms which were not...
The theory of enabling control explains how the development and design of performance measurement systems (PMSs) induce subordinate managers to experience PMSs as enabling. However, PMSs are often vital to superior managers’ control. The empirical research indicates that PMSs cease to be...
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