Management And Accounting Web

Journal of International Accounting Research 2014 and 2015

Volumes 13(1), 13(2), 14(1) and 14(2)

Provided by James R. Martin, Ph.D., CMA
Professor Emeritus, University of South Florida

Journal of International Accounting Research 2002-2017 | Journal Bibliographies Main Page

Ariff, A. M., S. F. Cahan, and D. M. Emanuel. 2014. Institutional environment, ownership, and disclosure of intangibles: Evidence from East Asia. Journal of International Accounting Research 13(1): 33-59.

Basu, S. 2015. Is there a scientific basis for accounting? Implications for practice, research, and education. Journal of International Accounting Research 14(2): 235-265.

Black, E. L. 2015. Annual editor report. Journal of International Accounting Research 14(2): 267-270.

Borkowski, S. C. and M. A. Gaffney. 2014. Proactive transfer pricing risk management in PATA countries. Journal of International Accounting Research 13(2): 25-55.

Bova, F. 2015. Discussion of Product market competition, legal institutions, and accounting conservatism. Journal of International Accounting Research 14(2): 41-43.

Chen, S., L. Harris, W. Li and D. Wu. 2015. How does XBRL affect the cost of equity capital? Evidence from an emerging market. Journal of International Accounting Research 14(2): 123-145.

Chen, T., C. Chin, S. Wang and W. Yao. 2015. The effects of financial reporting on bank loan contracting in global markets: Evidence from mandatory IFRS adoption. Journal of International Accounting Research 14(2): 45-81.

Cheng, C. S. A., J. Wang and S. X. Wei. 2015. State ownership and earnings management around initial public offerings: Evidence from China. Journal of International Accounting Research 14(2): 89-116.

Fan, Y., W. B. Thomas and C. Wang. 2015. The effect of regulatory benchmarks on firm reporting behavior. Journal of International Accounting Research 14(1): 85-107.

Firth, M. A., P. L. L. Mo and R. M. K. Wong. 2014. Auditors' reporting conservatism after regulatory sanctions: Evidence from China. Journal of International Accounting Research 13(2): 1-24.

Gassen, J. and R. U. Fulbier. 2015. Do creditors prefer smooth earnings? Evidence from European private firms. Journal of International Accounting Research 14(2): 151-180.

Gordon, E. A. 2015. Discussion of State ownership and earnings management around initial public offerings: Evidence from China. Journal of International Accounting Research 14(2): 117-122.

Gordon, E. A., K. A. Petruska and M. Yu. 2014. Do analysts' cash flow forecasts mitigate the accrual anomaly? International evidence. Journal of International Accounting Research 13(1): 61-90.

Guo, J., P. Huang, Y. Zhang and N. Zhou. 2015. Foreign ownership and real earnings management: Evidence from Japan. Journal of International Accounting Research 14(2): 185-213.

Habib, A., H. Jiang and D. Zhou. 2015. Related-party transactions and audit fees: Evidence from China. Journal of International Accounting Research 14(1): 59-83.

Haw, I. G., S. S. M. Ho, Y. Li and F. Zhang. 2015. Product market competition, legal institutions, and accounting conservatism. Journal of International Accounting Research 14(2): 1-39.

Hope, O. 2015. Discussion of Do creditors prefer smooth earnings? Evidence from European private firms. Journal of International Accounting Research 14(2): 181-184.

Hu, J., J. Kim and Z. J. Lin. 2015. Does timely loss recognition improve the board's ability to learn from market prices? Evidence from worldwide CEO turnovers. Journal of International Accounting Research 14(1): 1-24.

Kim, Y. 2015. Discussion of Foreign ownership and real earnings management: Evidence from Japan. Journal of International Accounting Research 14(2): 215-219.

Lin, S. 2015. Discussion of The effects of financial reporting on bank loan contracting in global markets: Evidence from mandatory IFRS adoption. Journal of International Accounting Research 14(2): 83-87.

Shi, Y, J. Kim and M. L. Magnan. 2014. Voluntary disclosure, legal institutions, and firm valuation: Evidence from U.S. cross-listed foreign firms. Journal of International Accounting Research 13(2): 57-85.

Simunic, D. A., M. Ye and P. Zhang. 2015. Audit quality, auditing standards, and legal regimes: Implications for international auditing standards. Journal of International Accounting Research 14(2): 221-234.

Taylor, G., G. Richardson and R. Lanis. 2015. Multinationality, tax havens, intangible assets, and transfer pricing aggressiveness: An empirical analysis. Journal of International Accounting Research 14(1): 25-57.

Trabelsi, S. 2015. Discussion of How does XBRL affect the cost of equity capital? Evidence from an emerging market. Journal of International Accounting Research 14(2): 147-149.

Verriest, A. J. M. 2014. Auditor governance, institutions and analyst forecast properties: International evidence. Journal of International Accounting Research 13(1): 1-32.