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Journal of International Accounting Research 2016

Volumes 15(1) and 15(2)

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

Journal of International Accounting Research 2002-2016 | Journal Bibliographies Main Page

Ball, R. 2016. Why we do international accounting research. Journal of International Accounting Research 15(2): 1-6.

Bova, F. 2016. Discussion of Accounting for biological assets and the cost of debt. Journal of International Accounting Research 15(2): 49-51.

Brink, A. G., D. J. Emerson and L. Yang. 2016. Job autonomy and counterproductive behaviors in Chinese accountants: The role of job-related attitudes. Journal of International Accounting Research 15(1): 115-131.

Chen, C., G. Gotti, D. Herrmann and K. Schumann. 2016. Earnings quality of foreign versus U.S. reverse mergers: Geographical location or firm-level incentives? Journal of International Accounting Research 15(1): 49-66.

Cieslewicz, J. K. 2016. Collusive accounting supervision and economic culture. Journal of International Accounting Research 15(1): 89-108.

Conover, J. 2016. Discussion of Government intervention in IPO - Evidence on the exemption from IPO regulatory requirements in China. Journal of International Accounting Research 15(2): 97-99.

Daly, A. and H. A. Skaife. 2016. Accounting for biological assets and the cost of debt. Journal of International Accounting Research 15(2): 31-47.

DeSimone, S. M. and M. Abdolmohammadi. 2016. Correlates of external quality assessment and improvement programs in internal auditing: A study of 68 countries. Journal of International Accounting Research 15(2): 53-77.

Garner, S. A., P. D. Hutchison and T. L. Conover. 2016. The effect of SEC disclosure regulation regarding audit committees' financial experts on foreign private issuers cross-listed on U.S. securities exchanges. Journal of International Accounting Research 15(2): 7-26.

Gupta, G. 2016. Discussion of: Collusive accounting supervision and economic culture. Journal of International Accounting Research 15(1): 109-114.

Li, W., Y. Li and H. Zhu. 2016. Government intervention in IPO - Evidence on the exemption from IPO regulatory requirements in China. Journal of International Accounting Research 15(2): 79-96.

Lopes, A. B., M. Walker and R. L. M. da Silva. 2016. The determinants of firm-specific corporate governance arrangements, IFRS adoption, and the informativeness of accounting reports: Evidence from Brazil. Journal of International Accounting Research 15(2): 101-124.

Lu, W. and M. E. Taylor. 2016. Which factors moderate the relationship between sustainability performance and financial performance? A meta-analysis study. Journal of International Accounting Research 15(1): 1-15.

Luo, L. L. and Q. Tang. 2016. Does national culture influence corporate carbon disclosure propensity? Journal of International Accounting Research 15(1): 17-47.

Murcia, F. D. 2016. Discussion of The determinants of firm-specific corporate governance arrangements, IFRS adoption, and the informativeness of accounting reports: Evidence from Brazil. Journal of International Accounting Research 15(2): 125-128.

Song, Y. and L. Zhou. 2016. Mandatory preliminary performance reports: Evidence from China. Journal of International Accounting Research 15(1): 67-88.

Su, L. 2016. Discussion of The effect of SEC disclosure regulation regarding audit committees' financial experts on foreign private issuers cross-listed on U.S. securities exchanges. Journal of International Accounting Research 15(2): 27-29.

Subramaniam, R. K., S. D. Samuel and S. Mahenthiran. 2016. Liquidity implications of corporate social responsibility disclosures: Malaysian evidence. Journal of International Accounting Research 15(1): 133-153.

Wood, D. A. 2016. Discussion of Correlates of external quality assessment and improvement programs in internal auditing: A study of 68 countries. Journal of International Accounting Research 15(2): 73-77.