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One of the most significant changes under IFRS 9 is the shift to considering and incorporating forward-looking information to forecast expected credit losses (ECL). This study aims to understand how bank managers incorporate forward-looking information, such as future economic projections, in...
We study whether public announcements (through delisting warnings) of financial distress of some firms in an industry affect the conditional accounting conservatism of intra-industry non-distressed firms. We hypothesize that the lenders of non-distressed firms perceive higher riskiness and...
In this study, we examine whether audit fees are associated with job satisfaction among accounting firms’ employees. We use novel data obtained from social media site Glassdoor.com and find negative associations between audit fees and accounting firms’ job satisfaction. Our results are robust to...
This paper examines whether the status of the financial statement audit, as either voluntary or mandatory, is related to the corporate tax avoidance behaviour of private firms. Using the Swedish audit regime shift in 2010 which removed mandatory audit requirements for small private companies, we...
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