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The purpose of this study is to investigate factors which potentially influence Japanese managers' choices of accounting policies. Several factors have been posed to affect the choice of accounting policy of U.S. managers (e.g., Watts and Zimmerman's (1986) positive accounting theory). However,...
This study examines the ability of exchange rate changes to aid in the explanation and prediction of the geographic segment earnings of U.S.‐based multinational corporations. In order to evaluate the potential usefulness of geographic segment earnings disclosures, it is important to understand...
This study examines whether geographic information disclosed at an increasingly disaggregated level (specifically, consolidated vs. continent vs. country) results in increased predictive ability of company operations (specifically, sales, gross profit, and earnings). Multinational corporations...
Book Review in this Article HENRY A. DAVIS and E C. MILITELLO, JR. Foreign Exchange Risk Management: A Survey of Corporate Practices
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