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Agency Costs, CEO Compensation, And Leasing Activities
Various elements in firms' capital structures have been documented to be associated with conflicts of interests among shareholders, creditors, and managers. In this paper, I hypothesize that the use of leases affects manager ...
Overvaluation And Stock Price Crashes: The Effects Of Earnings Management
Prior literature has shown that managers have incentives to opportunistically and selectively withhold bad news from investors because of career concerns, compensation contracts, litigation risks, earnings targets, and ...
Real Earnings Management, Habitually Meeting/closely Beating Analysts' Forecasts, And Firms' Long-term Economic Performance
Real earnings management (REM) has gained more attention due to its more extensive application than that before the enactment of Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX). Analysts' earnings forecast is an important benchmark for both the ...
The Interactions Between Real Earnings Management And Short Selling Activity
This study builds on two streams of literature that recently draw the attention of researchers: real earnings management (REM) and short selling. Graham et al. (2005) reports that managers choose REM over accounting methods ...