Cory Ng published a book that helps accountants incorporate AI initiatives to increase productivity and profitability.
Political pressure indirectly influences the quality of work performed by independent regulatory bodies.
Hyun Jong Park provides evidence that the traditional belief of the relationship between executive risk-taking incentives and earnings management doesn’t hold true in many circumstances
Cross-selling allows banks to better monitor their borrowers and reduces interest rates for firms.
Equity analyst, syndicated lending, information gap, Department of Accounting, Wei Wang
Businesses can improve crowdfunding outcomes by voluntarily obtaining auditor reviews.
The actions of board members can extend past company reporting to affect the average worker.
Working in public accounting often means long hours, lots of travel and tight deadlines. How does quality of life affect audit quality?
Technical debt accumulates when firms implement easy unsustainable IT solutions that will be costly to fix over time. This research looks at how technical debt affects sales performance.
Amid declining state funding, do public universities seek alternative revenue streams to keep tuition and fees down? Is such diversification only a public university phenomenon? If both private and public schools are seeking new sources of revenue, then state appropriations may not be the impetus. Instead, institutional characteristics may have a greater influence. Do these […]
Firms’ investment opportunities are not one-dimensional; rather, they vary across many dimensions which can be captured by a few factors.
Loan loss models are wrong. New research shares a myth-busting new relationship between loan loss provisions and non-performing loans.
Auditors who are based in states where they are more at risk for litigation brings a strong financial benefit to the clients.
Foreign companies’ research and development (R&D) disclosures require U.S. industry peers to take harder looks at their R&D strategies.