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Using a large international sample from 1995 to 2018, we find that individual analysts’ earnings forecasts accompanied with cash flow forecasts are more accurate than those not accompanied with cash flow forecasts, suggesting that the findings for the United States in Call et al. (2009) apply to...
In this paper, we examine the role of external monitoring as an alternative mechanism of corporate governance pertaining to the risk and mispricing of accruals in the Brazilian market. The results provide evidence of the accruals anomaly for companies with low external monitoring and evidence...
Prior literature has largely dealt with the effect of either corporate social responsibility (CSR) or innovation on firm financial risk. No earlier research has examined the combined effect of a firm's simultaneous pursuit of CSR and innovation on firm financial risk. This study investigates the...
This study examines the impact of profitability on the capital structure decision of US multinational and domestic corporations. The findings reveal that the relationship between multinational corporations’ (MNCs') profitability and their leverage ratios is U‐shaped and nonlinear, while this...
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