Journal of Finance and Accountancy
Editor: Dr. Walter Moore, Associate Professor of Accounting,
Nova Southeastern University Curriculum Vitae.
ISSN Online: 1948-3015, Print: 2327-5383
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Volume 18 - January, 2015:
Global financial model for the value chain; Robert Rainish, University of New Haven; Pawel Mensz, University of New Haven; James Mohs, University of New Haven.
Ranking accounting programs based on student perceptions of teaching quality from RateMyProfessors.com; Thomas E. Wilson, Jr., University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
Home sweet home: Considerations for determining a person’s “tax home”
; Stacy R. Wade, Western Kentucky University.
US housing finance: A clash of economics and politics
; Warren Matthews, University of Phoenix; Robert Driver, DeVry University.
The relationship of CPA exam delay after graduation to institutional CPA exam pass rates; John D. Morgan, Winona State University.
Volume 17 - October 2014:
Accuracy of earnings forecasts: evidence from Ghana; Joseph Abrokwa, University of West Georgia; Paul Nkansah, Florida A&M University.
An analysis of omitted shareholder proposals; Robert Boylan, Jacksonville University; Richard Cebula, Jacksonville University; Maggie Foley, Jacksonville University; Xiaowei Liu, St. Ambrose University.
Some parallels and propositions from consumer behavior applied to the stock market; Jitendra Tewari, Northeastern State University of Oklahoma.
Analysis of influences of GDP and ICT on Indonesian industrial structural changes using statistical analysis: 1990-2005; Ubaidillah Zuhdi, Tokyo University of Science, Japan & Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia; Shunsuke Mori, Tokyo University of Science, Japan; Kazuhisa Kamegai, Tokyo University of Science, Japan.
New determinants to Chinese ADRs’ long term performance; Weishen Wang, College of Charleston; Minhua Yang, Coastal Carolina University.
Banking trends in the investment portfolio; James B. Bexley, Sam Houston State University.
An exploration of small business restaurants knowledge and skills to prevent fraud; Mark Law, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania; Robert Kusant, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania.
The Large, medium, and small HBCUs performance on the 2013 CPA exam, Forrest Thompson, Albany State University; H. Lee Washington, Albany State University.
A Cumulant-based stock market volatility modeling –
Evidence from the international stock markets, Sanja Dudukovic, Franklin University Switzerland.
Real estate broker / agent vs. lawyer, Heston Luersen, Angelo State University; William McKinney, Angelo State University; Biqing Huang, Angelo State University; Maggie Foley, Jacksonville University.
United States accounting, social audits and sustainability: Will COSO help corporations make the connection?, Katherine Kinkela, Iona College.
Mobile banking: generational differences; Sunayan Acharya, Murray State University; Jessica Dunn, Murray State University; Justin Hendrick, Community Financial Services Bank.
Volume 16 - September, 2014:
A brief survey of the impact of block holders on earnings; Loretta N. Baryeh, Albright College.
Types of internal control disclosures - revisited; Leslie Weisenfeld, Winston-Salem State University; Godwin Seshi, Winston-Salem State University.
Minority accounting students’ socialization in AACSB-accredited minority colleges of business; Reginald Wilson, The University of Southern Mississippi.
Predatory lending characteristics and mortgage default; Chris Neuenschwander, Anderson University; Dennis Proffitt, Grand Canyon University.
The relationship between 150-credit hours, accounting credit hours and CPA pass rates; Jason Haen, St. Norbert College; Amy Spielbauer-Vandenberg, St. Norbert College; Ariel Bloniarz, St. Norbert College; Amy Diestler,
St. Norbert College.
Do female CEOs add value for stockholders? A case study of Yahoo!; Shahnaz T Abdullah, Alabama A&M University; Lal C. Chugh, University of Massachusetts Boston; Muhammad Bakhtear Talukdar, Florida International University.
Gender board diversity: further evidence on women in corporate governance; Thomas E. Wilson, Jr., University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
The required information and financial statements disclosure in SMEs; Anas Al-Bakri, Qatar University, Doha, Qatar; Mohammed Matar, Middle East University, Amman, Jordan; Abdul Naser I.Nour, Middle East University (MEU) Amman, Jordan.
Impact of an economic downturn on Sustainability Index investing by capitalization and industry; Charles McPeak, Pepperdine University; Chris Smith, Pepperdine University.
What accounting students should know about the price-earnings ratio; Dean W. DiGregorio, Southeastern Louisiana University.
Factors associated with student performance in an investments course: an empirical study ; Keshav Gupta, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania; Mostafa M. Maksy, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania.
A reexamination of the engine of economic growth in southeast Texas; Carl B. Montano, Lamar University; James L. Slaydon, Lamar University; Ashraf F. El-Houbi, Lamar University.
Volume 15 - April, 2014:
Developing financial competencies within the business curriculum: a deferred tax assignment; Richard Walstra, Dominican University; Steve Harrington, Dominican University; Anne Drougas, Dominican University.
Analysts’ activities and the timing of returns: implications for predicting returns; Andrew A. Anabila, University of Texas Pan American.
The effect of stock split announcements on abnormal returns during a financial crisis; Ajeet Jain, Alabama A & M University; Mohammad G. Robbani, Alabama A & M University.
Using principles of cognitive psychology in accounting to facilitate student learning; John Hathorn, Metropolitan State University of Denver; Christine Noel, Metropolitan State University of Denver; Lesley Hathorn, Metropolitan State University of Denver.
An improved model of effects of accounting measures of inefficiency on donations; Nicholas P. Marudas,
Auburn University Montgomery; TeWhan Hahn, Auburn University Montgomery; Fred A. Jacobs, Georgia State University, Emeritus.
Customer perceptions and preferences of financial institutions; James B. Bexley, Sam Houston State University; Steve A. Nenninger, Sam Houston State University.
Teaching an online accounting information systems course:
Student perceptions of SAP/ERP active learning; Linda Bressler, University of Houston-Downtown.
Keynesian excess: easy policy and slower economic growth; Warren Matthews, Belhaven University; Robert Driver, DeVry University.
Are auditors influenced by the attire worn by clients? A pilot study; Susanne O’Callaghan, Pace University; Umesh Patel, Pace University; John P. Walker, CUNY/Queens College; Raymond J. Elson, Valdosta State University; Lynette Wood, Winston-Salem State University; Donald Wood, Winston-Salem State University.
An examination of factors affecting forecast accuracy in Japan; John Ledbetter, Ball State University; Chris Luchs, Ball State University; Mark Myring, Ball State University; Lucinda Van Alst, Ball State University.
The effect of tax regime changes on the market valuation of tax avoidance?; Carlos E. Jiménez-Angueira, The University of Texas at San Antonio.
Board independence and corporate cash holding; Hoontaek Seo, Niagara University; Daniel L. Tompkins, Niagara University; Sangho Yi, Sogang University.
Volume 14 - October 2013:
Determinants of auditor independence: a comparison of the perceptions of auditors and non-auditors in Lagos, Nigeria; Uchenna N. Akpom, Tarrant County College; Young O. Dimkpah, Virginia State University.
Material weakness remediation and accounting-related litigation; Kevin Hee, San Diego State University.
Information asymmetry and the FASB’s multi-period adoption policy: The case of SFAS No. 115; Daniel R. Brickner, Eastern Michigan University.
Long-term cash incentives and performance shares awards in executives’ compensation; Wan-Ting Wu, University of Massachusetts, Boston.
Using Coke-Cola and Pepsico to demonstrate Optimal Capital Structure Theory; John C. Gardner, University of New Orleans; Carl B. McGowan, Jr., Norfolk State University; Susan E. Moeller, Eastern Michigan University.
Short-term prediction of exchange traded funds (ETFs) using logistic regression generated client risk profiles; Jerry K. Bilbrey, Jr., Clemson University; Neil F. Riley, Francis Marion University; Caitlin L. Sams, Anderson University.
Which free cash flow is value relevant? The case of the energy industry; Mostafa M. Maksy, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania; Gary T. Chen, University of Illinois at Chicago.
Practical and ethical considerations on the use of cloud computing in accounting; Katherine Kinkela,
Dominated assets, the expected utility maxim, and mean-variance portfolio selection; David Fehr, Southern New Hampshire University.
Using Palisade RISKOptimizer to increase yield-management effectiveness in the hotel industry; Raida Abuizam, Purdue University Calumet; Dolores Rinke, Purdue University Calumet.
Corporate social responsibility and earnings response coefficients; Mary Beth Holbrook, Eastern Kentucky University.
Black Swans and VaR; Michael Adams, Jacksonville University; Barry Thornton, Jacksonville University.
A pedagogical Excel application of cumulative abnormal returns to Hewlett-Packard Company’s takeover of 3Com Corporation; Michael R. Santos, Sonoma State University; Antong Victorio, Victoria University of Wellington.
Performance of HBCUs on the CPA examination for the year 2010; Forrest Thompson, Albany State University.
Accounting for Revenues: Potential changes in valuation and timing; Kelly Lalonde, Saint Anselm College.
Industry specific impact of simplifying deferred taxes; Daniel Acheampong, Florida Gulf Coast University; Adrian Valencia, Florida Gulf Coast University; Ara Volkan, Florida Gulf Coast University.
Price volatility in the silver spot market: an empirical study using Garch applications; Alan Harper, South University; Zhenhu Jin, Valparaiso University; Raufu Sokunle, UBS Investment Bank; Manish Wadhwa, South University.
Evidence on the contracting explanation of conservatism; Ryan Blunck, Georgia State University.
Is baseball recession-proof?; Carl A. Kogut, University of Louisiana at Monroe; Paul S. Nelson, University of Louisiana at Monroe.
Competency approach to accounting education: a global view; Nishat Abbasi, Metropolitan State University of Denver.
Determinants of audit fees in Bahrain: an empirical study; Sekhar Muni Amba, New York Institute of Technology, Bahrain; Fatima Khalid Al-Hajeri, New York Institute of Technology, Bahrain.
Earnings management through real activities manipulation before mergers and acquisitions; Xiaotian Zhu, Credit Suisse Securities; Shuoyi Lu, University of Delaware.
Impact of risk taking on bank financial performance during 2008 financial crisis; Hussein Tarraf, Oakland University; Karl Majeske, Oakland University.
The use of restricted stock in CEO compensation and its impact in the pre- and post-SOX era; Weishen Wang, College of Charleston; Minhua Yang, Coastal Carolina University.
Volume 12 - February, 2013:
Privatization of infrastructure assets: financial structures, participant motivations, and lessee tax benefits; Khalid A. Razaki, Dominican University; Raymond Pollastrini, Dominican University; Robert J. Moreland, Columbia College.
The pricing of China Region ETFs - an empirical analysis; Yao Zheng, University of New Orleans; Eric Osmer, University of New Orleans.
The 2007–2008 financial crisis and the availability of small business credit; Burak Dolar, Western Washington University; Fang Yang, University of Detroit Mercy.
Outside shareholder influence on bank CEO incentive pay; Violeta Díaz, New Mexico State University; Rich Fortin, New Mexico State University; Gerson M. Goldberg, Northeastern University; Greg Roth, New Mexico State University.
Value relevance of restructuring charges in firms with varying levels of health; Mary Hilston Keener, The University of Tampa.
Effects of lease capitalization techniques on key measures of financial performance; Eric D. Bostwick, University of West Florida; Robert T. Fahnestock, University of West Florida; W. Timothy O’Keefe, University of West Florida.
Does the alternative three-factor model explain momentum anomaly better in G12 countries?; Steve Fan, University of Wisconsin Whitewater; Linda Yu, University of Wisconsin Whitewater.
An empirical analysis of initial public offering (IPO) price performance in the United States; Zachary A. Smith, Saint Leo University.
The changing face of the S&P 500: Are analysts seeing the “smiles” and “frowns”?; Frank S. Smith, Henderson State University; K. Michael Casey, University of Central Arkansas.
Joint provision of external audit and non-audit services:
alternative propositions; Jean Baptiste Koffi Dodor, Southern University, Baton Rouge; Mary Alice Darby, Southern University, Baton Rouge.
Can financial risk management help prevent bankruptcy?; Monica Marin,
Do bankrupt companies manipulate earnings more than the non-bankrupt ones?; Bruno Maria Franceschetti,
University of Macerata, Italy; Claudia Koschtial, Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg,Germany.
Volume 11 - October 2012:
A cost-benefit analysis of accounting undergraduate education; Robert Schadrie, St. Norbert College; Matthew Van Lanen, St. Norbert College; Amy Vandenberg, St. Norbert College; Jason Haen, St. Norbert College.
The effects of credit ratings on capital structure: evidence from Korea; Min-Shik Shin, Kyungpook National University; Soo-Eun Kim, Kyungpook National University; Jong-Ho Shin, E-Hyun Accounting Corporation.
Contrarian insider trading and earnings management around seasoned equity offerings; SEOs; Loretta Baryeh, Towson University.
Capital structure and the financial crisis; Richard H. Fosberg, William Paterson University.
Fraudulent financial reporting and cash flows; Henry Elrod, University of the Incarnate Word; Megan Jacqueline Gorhum, University of the Incarnate Word.
Deferred tax assets and liabilities: tax benefits, obligations and corporate debt policy; Christine Harrington, The University of Tampa; Walter Smith, The University of Tampa; Donald Trippeer,
Financial Distress and Firm Performance: Evidence from the Asian Financial Crisis; Tih Koon Tan, The University of Tampa.
Selecting a strategic partner: a value maximization approach; David Fehr, Southern New Hampshire University.
The paucity of Fed enforcement actions leading to the subprime mortgage crisis; Khalid A. Razaki, Dominican University; Wayne Koprowski, Dominican University.
An interactive approach to teaching WACC concepts in an introductory finance class; Anne Drougas, Dominican University; Richard Walstra, Dominican University; Steve Harrington, Dominican University.
Differing federal estate tax perceptions: political party affiliation and ideological philosophy; David Moen, University of South Dakota; Thomas Davies, University of South Dakota; Angeline Lavin, University of South Dakota.
Tax avoidance and corporate capital structure; Christine Harrington, The University of Tampa; Walter Smith, The University of Tampa.
Volume 10 - June 2012:
Bank ownership and performance in Taiwan: do politics matter?
; Jung-Chu Lin, Takming University of Science and Technology; Vichet Sum, University of Maryland – Eastern Shore.
Empirical evidence of financial statement manipulation during economic recessions; Cristi Tilden, Deloitte, LLP; Troy Janes, Rutgers University-Camden.
REIT ETFs performance during the financial crisis; Stoyu I. Ivanov, San José State University.
Examining market efficiency in India: an empirical analysis of the Random Walk Hypothesis; Alan Harper, South University; Zhenhu Jin, Valparasio University.
A “Random-walk” through the Saudi Arabian financial market - Is the Tadawul efficient?; Bruce Q Budd, Al Faisal University.
Accounting for the partial sale of ownership interests when control is retained; John Hathorn, Metropolitan State College of Denver.
Bank ownership and performance in Taiwan: do politics matter?; Jung-Chu Lin, Takming University of Science and Technology; Vichet Sum, University of Maryland – Eastern Shore.
Insider trading and earnings management’s influence on seasoned equity offerings (SEOs)?; Loretta Baryeh, Towson University; Varda Yaari, Morgan State University; Peter Dadalt, The University of Rhode Island.
Effect of KUJ preference on investment behavior: survey based evidence; Samantha Moak, State University of New York at Oneonta;
Dona Siregar, State University of New York at Oneonta; Qun Wu, State University of New York at Oneonta.
An empirical evaluation of fair value accounting numbers: evidence from goodwill accounting; Sohyung Kim, Brock University; Sung Wook Yoon, California State University, Northridge.
Asymmetric behavior of volatility in gasoline prices across different regions of the United States; S. Aun Hassan, Colorado State University – Pueblo; Hailu Regassa, Colorado State University – Pueblo.
Developing sound long-term portfolio strategy for churches and other religious organizations; Murray S. Anthony, East Tennessee State University; Gary D. Burkette, East Tennessee State University; Shelby G. Sparks, Viking Machinery Company.
Volume 9 - April, 2012: (order printed edition)
How increased diversification affects the efficiency of internal capital market?; Rong Guo, Columbus State University.
Critical factors of IFRS adoption in the US: an empirical study; Arsen Djatej, Eastern Washington University; Duanning Zhou, Eastern Washington University; David Gorton, Eastern Washington University; William McGonigle, Eastern Washington University.
Auditor resignations before and after the Sarbanes-Oxley Act; Oliver Bugariski, RWDSU Health & Welfare and Pension Funds; Terry J. Ward, Middle Tennessee State University.
The role of forensic accountants in fraud investigations: Importance of attorney and judge’s perceptions; Linda Bressler, University of Houston-Downtown.
An examination of future firm performance and fundamental analysis; Chris Luchs, Ball State University; Suneel Maheshwari, Marshall University; Mark Myring, Ball State University.
Restated financial statements and type of internal control disclosures; Leslie Weisenfeld, Winston-Salem State University; Godwin Seshi, Winston-Salem State University; Bernadette Ruf, Delaware State University.
Using Technology to Satisfy the Material Participation Requirement of IRC Sec. 469; Eddy J. Burks,
Troy University; Stanley X. Lewis, Jr., Troy University; Amanda N. Paul, Troy University; C. Lee Daniel, Troy University.
Quality of financial disclosures of nonprofit organizations that report zero fundraising expense; Fred A. Jacobs, Auburn University Montgomery; Nicholas P. Marudas, Auburn University Montgomery.
The dark side of organizations – the story of financial predation and inadequate regulations; Olivier Mesly, University of Québec in Outaouais.
Underwriters’ timing performance and the subsequent deals in the IPO market; Cheulho Lee, Florida Memorial University.
The impact of decision aid use on the dilution effect when assessing fraud; Lynette I. Wood, Winston-Salem State University.
Volume 8 - December, 2011: (order printed edition)
Insider trading and market efficiency: Do insiders buy low and sell high?; Stephanie Roddenberry, Longwood University; Frank Bacon, Longwood University.
Investigation on two alternative model-free realized volatility estimators; Zhixin Kang, University of North Carolina at Pembroke; Rami Cooper Maysami, University of North Carolina at Pembroke; Aiwu Zhao, Skidmore College.
The economic impact of FASB’s proposed new lease accounting standard; Sharon S. Seay, Mercer University; Janet Woods, Macon State College.
The price-volume relationship of the Malaysian Stock Index futures market; Carl B. McGowan, Jr., Norfolk State University; Junaina Muhammad, University Putra Malaysia.
Arthur Anderson Auditors and Enron: What happened to their Texas CPA licenses?; Daniel Edelman, Texas A&M University-Commerce; Ashley Nicholson, Texas A&M University-Commerce.
An analysis of the fair value controversy; Robert T. Fahnestock, University of West Florida; Eric D. Bostwick, University of West Florida.
Investor affect, investor status and the influence of analyst reports; Wei Li, Kent State University; Evelyn A. McDowell, Rider University.
Bank charter value determinants during the 2008 financial crisis; Rich Fortin, New Mexico State University; Gerson M. Goldberg, University of Connecticut; Greg Roth, New Mexico State University.
Keep your taxpayers close and your deficits lower: The effects of connectedness on taxpayer relocation decisions between states; Charles W. Bame-Aldred, Northeastern University; Michaele L. Morrow, Northeastern University.
Demand curves and partial incorporation of information in IPO pricing; Tanya Gulati, Birla Institute of Technology Mesra, India.
Audit fee determinants in the nonprofit sector: A study of community action agencies; Yvonne Ellis, Columbus State University; Quinton L. Booker, Jackson State University.
Accounting information uncertainty: Evidence from company fiscal year changes; Huabing (Barbara) Wang; West Texas A&M University.
Volume 7 - September, 2011: (order printed edition)
Tax compliance in Latin America: a cross country analysis; Mark McCoon, University of Southern Mississippi.
On the significance of REITs in international portfolios – A Canadian versus U.S. perspect; Nicole Grandmont-Gariboldi, St. Thomas University, Miami.
Impact of EU membership process on equity market integration: the case of Turkey; Halil Kiymaz, Rollins College.
Accounting for unprofitable construction contracts: a teaching note; John Hathorn, Metropolitan State College of Denver.
Do investors value environmental capital spending? Evidence from the electric utility sector; Lucia Silva Gao, University of Massachusetts Boston.
How did deregulation and financial innovations impact housing, wealth, and output?; Tricia Coxwell Snyder, William Paterson University.
Evaluating the effect of recession on retail firms’ strategy using DuPont method: 2006-2009; Philip L. Little, Coastal Carolina University; John W. Mortimer, Coastal Carolina University; Marvin A. Keene, Coastal Carolina University; Linda R. Henderson, Coastal Carolina University.
Determinants of consumer debt: an examination of individual credit management variables; De’Arno De’Armond, West Texas A&M University; Dandan Zhu, HK China Equity Sales.
The changing public reports: an updated comparative study of five industries with specific international implications; Charles J. Pineno, Shenandoah University; L. Mark Tyree, Shenandoah University.
Corporate governance and firm performance: evidence from India; Lal C. Chugh, University of Massachusetts Boston; Joseph W. Meador, Northeastern University; Ashwini Shanth Kumar, University of Massachusetts Boston.
The effects of R&D expenditure on the firm value: evidence from korean small and medium sized enterprises ; Min-Shik Shin, Kyungpook National University; Soo-Eun Kim, Kyungpook National University.
Contingent claim valuation – The case of Phonix Certificates; Rodrigo Hernández, Radford University & University of Arkansas; Christopher Tobler, Stetson University & University of Arkansas; Lynn Saubert, Radford University.
Volume 6 - May, 2011: (order printed edition)
Analyzing financial statements with potentially misreported cost of goods sold figures; Kurt Jesswein, Sam Houston State University.
Underwriter reputation and the decision to go public; Cheulho Lee, Florida Memorial University.
Daily vs. monthly rebalanced leveraged funds; William Trainor Jr.; East Tennessee State University.
From Microcredit to Microfinance: a business perspective; Ray Valadez, Pepperdine University; Bruce Buskirk, Pepperdine University.
The effects of cash holdings on R&D smoothing: evidence from Korea; Min-Shik Shin, Kyungpook National University; Soo-Eun Kim, Kyungpook National University.
Perspectives of non-public accountants about accounting education and certifications: An exploratory investigation; Suzanne Cory, St. Mary’s University; Thomas Huttenhoff, St. Mary’s University.
Limited arbitrage: the South African evidence; Anna Beukes, Northern Alberta Institute of Technology.
Ethical perceptions of newly staffed accountants: an exploratory study; Nicholas Koumbiadis, Adelphi University; Grace Conway, Adelphi University; Jack Angel, Adelphi University.
The relative value relevance of earnings and book value across industries; Mary Hilston Keener, University of Tampa.
Do mutual fund acquisitions affect shareholder wealth?: empirical evidence; Lonnie Bryant, The University of Tampa.
Ownership structure, liquidity, and trade informativeness; Dan Zhou, California State University at Bakersfield.
What drives firms to be more diversified?; Rong Guo, Columbus State University.
Volume 5 - March 2011: (order printed edition)
Mergers and Acquisitions of Small Businesses in a Troubled Economy ; Randall Hartman, Lock Haven University.
The valuation of compensation expense under SFAS 123R using option pricing theory; John Gardner, University of New Orleans; Carl McGowan, Jr., Norfolk State University; Stephan Smith, Norfolk State University.
Exchange-traded funds and information asymmetry; Dan Zhou, California State University at Bakersfield.
Major changes proposed to GAAP for revenue recognition; Frank E. Ryerson III, Macon State College.
The sum-of-years’ digits depreciation method: use by SEC filers; Thomas Noland, University of Houston.
Evaluating a trend analysis of fraud factors; Kimberly Bales, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor; Terry Fox, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.
R&D expenditure and dividend smoothing:
Evidence from Korean small and medium sized enterprises; Min-Shik Shin, Kyungpook National; University; Joong-Saeng Kwon, Kyungil University; Soo-Eun Kim, Kyungpook National University.
The portability of capital structure theory: Do traditional models fit in an emerging economy?; Sanjay Rajagopal, Western Carolina University.
Market and industry valuations surrounding initial public offerings; Cheulho Lee, Florida Memorial University.
Saving for college: historical and projected costs; Jordan Bowersox, Sam Houston State University; Jonathan Breazeale, Sam Houston State University.
Revised capital assets pricing model: an improved model for forecasting risk and return, Fraydoon Rahnamay Roodposhti, Islamic Azad University; Zahra Amirhosseini, Islamic Azad University.
Modeling the accumulation and tax-effective gifting of legacy assets, Murray Anthony, East Tennessee State University; Shelby Sparks, East Tennessee State University.
Volume 4 - September, 2010: (order printed edition)
Managerial configuration-making preferences, perceptions, and outcomes in the Canadian banking industry; Ramon Baltazar, St. Mary’s University; E. Kevin Kelloway, St. Mary’s University; John Chamard (Deceased), St. Mary’s University.
On the significance of REITs in international portfolios – A U.S. perspective; Nicole Grandmont-Gariboldi, St. Thomas University.
The swipe and spend economy, Margie Tidwell, Sam Houston State University; Jim Bexley, Sam Houston State University; Bala Maniam, Sam Houston State University.
Corporate cost of debt: the issue of premium or discount bonds, Thomas Secrest, Coastal Carolina University; Robert Burney, Coastal Carolina University.
Usefulness of expected values in liability valuation: the role of portfolio size, Gary Colbert, University of Colorado Denver; Dennis Murray, University of Colorado Denver; Robert Nieschwietz, Seattle University.
The 2008 financial crisis: FAS 157 and SAS 59 –
did they reflect realty?
; Walter Moore, Nova Southeastern University; Cherie Baker, Nova Southeastern University.
Pricing in the accountant labor market, John Sweeney, Washington State University; Charles Bame-Aldred, Northeastern University; Steven Thornburg, Washington State University.
Usefulness of expected values in liability valuation: the role of portfolio size , Gary Colbert, University of Colorado Denver; Dennis Murray, University of Colorado Denver; Robert Nieschwietz, Seattle University.
Preparing for international financial reporting standards , Amanda Paul, Troy University; Eddy Burks, Troy University.
The Cost and Benefit of Reverse Mortgages , Han Kang, Illinois State University.
Stock market performance of computer software firms across multiple periods , Anne Macy, West Texas A&M University; Neil Terry, West Texas A&M University; James Owens, West Texas A&M University.
Accounting for noncontrolling interests: presenting the new standards in the classroom; Vincent Brenner, Stetson University; Vincent Brenner, Jr., Breakwater Consulting; Ann Watkins, Lamar University.
Volume 3 - July, 2010: (order printed edition)
An analysis of operating performance and firm characteristics around open market share repurchases; Terry Nixon, Miami University; Greg Roth, New Mexico State University; Andy Saporoschenko, University of Missouri.
Taxes are still certain: individual tax consequences under Sarbanes Oxley; Kathryn Hansen, California State University – Los Angeles; Edward Monsour, California State University – Los Angeles.
Globalization of financial markets and reflexion to Turkish small and medium size enterprises (SME): Basel II; Selcuk Kendirli, Hitit University.
Consolidation of accounts of public groups: the case of Portuguese public universities; Maria da Conceição da Costa Marques, Instituto Superior de Contabilidade e Administração de Coimbra; Margarida Mano, University of Coimbra.
The melding of financial and valuation analysis: an application; Harold Fletcher, Loyola University Maryland; Thomas Ulrich, Loyola University Maryland.
Performance of exchange-traded sector index funds in the October 9, 2007-March 9, 2009 bear market; Ilhan Meric, Rider University; Kathleen Dunne, Rider University; Charles McCall, Rider University; Gulser Meric; Rowan University.
Estimating the magnitude of the MV-IV gap: empirical evidence; M. Douglas Berg, Sam Houston State University; Robert Stretcher, Sam Houston State University.
Consolidation theories and push-down accounting: achieving global convergence; Catherine Baluch, Gartner, Inc.; Dee Burgess, Florida Gulf Coast University; Reuben Cohen, Sothern Wine and Spirits; Edmond Kushi, Elona S. Ruci, CPA, PA; Pamela Tucker, FGCU Continuing Education; Ara Volkan, Florida Gulf Coast University.
Impact of elimination of uptick rule on stock market volatility; Vivek Bhargava, Alcorn State University; Daniel Konku, Northern Michigan University.
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How Sharia law is affecting global interest rate determination; Brent Dalrymple, University of Central Florida.
Understanding small private retail firm growth using the sustainable growth model; Michael Phillips, Austin Peay State University; Steven Anderson, Austin Peay State University; John Volker, Austin Peay State University.
Volume 2 - January, 2010: (order printed edition)
Deferred Taxes in the Context of the Unit Problem; Ron Colley, University of West Georgia; Joseph Rue, Florida Gulf Coast University; Ara Volkan, Florida Gulf Coast University.
The Materiality of Lifo Accounting Distortions on Liquidity Measurements; David Coffee, Western Carolina University; Reed Roig, University of North Carolina at Asheville; Roger Lirely, Western Carolina University; Phillip Little, Coastal Carolina University.
Do declining exchange rates help the U.S. economy?; John J. Heim, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Rating groups vs. ratings of group members: evidence from the Italian financial market; Lucia Gibilaro, University of Bergamo; Gianluca Mattarocci, University of Rome Tor Vergata.
Teaching foreign exchange market issues in business education; Frank Flanegin, Robert Morris University; Alina Zapalska, Marshall University; Denis Rudd, Robert Morris University; Pat Litzinger, Robert Morris University.
Should Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley try to get half price on the TARP warrants?; Linus Wilson, University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
Pro forma versus GAAP reporting: an examination of differences in investor perceptions; Kevin James, Middle Tennessee State University; Franklin Michello, Middle Tennessee State University.
Tax planning: avoiding the rule against perpetuities with foreign-based trusts - why, how and whether (ethically speaking); David Ritter, Texas A & M University Central Texas; John Shampton, Texas Wesleyan University.
Management structure and the risk of mutual fund managers; Lonnie Bryant, College of Charleston; Hao-Chen Liu, College of Charleston.
Explaining variation in market to book ratios: do corporate reputation ratings add explanatory power over and above brand values?; Philip Little, Coastal Carolina University; David Coffee, Western Carolina University; Roger Lirely, Western Carolina University; Beverly Little, Western Carolina University.
Gifting and Medicaid; Elliott Levy, Bentley University.
Real estate lending-- some bankers just never learn: a logistical regression analysis; Fred Hays, University of Missouri-Kansas City; Stephen De Lurgio, University of Missouri-Kansas City; Arthur Gilbert, Jr. University of West Florida.
Volume 1 - August, 2009: (order printed edition)
A Comparison of Alternative Approaches to Equity Valuation of Privately Held Entrepreurial Firms; Michael Adams, Jacksonville University, Barry Thornton, Jacksonville University.
An Analytical Approach To Detecting Insurance Fraud Using Logistic Regression; J. Holton Wilson, Central Michigan University.
PCAOB Inspections: Auditor Violations and Client Characteristics; Mary Jane Lenard, Meredith College; Norman Meonske, Kent State University; Pervaiz Alam,
Kent State University.
A FRAMEWORK FOR GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS’ BALANCED SCORECARD; Jean Dodor, Jackson State University; Rameshwar Gupta, Jackson State University; Bobbie Daniels, Jackson State University.
The Effect of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act on Auditors’ Audit Performance; Tae G. Ryu, Metropolitan State College of Denver; Barbara Uliss, Metropolitan State College of Denver; Chul-Young Roh, East Tennessee State University.
Economic Entity Theory: Non-Controlling Interests and Goodwill Valuation; Mei-Lung Chen, Northeastern Illinois University; Ring D. Chen, Northeastern Illinois University
Managerial and Functional Influences on Perceived Environmental Uncertainty; Lookman Folami, Bryant University; Thomas Powers, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Intellectual Capital and Valuation: Challenges in the Voluntary Disclosure of Value Drivers; Richard Petty, Macquarie University; Suresh Cuganesan, Swinburne University of Technology; Nigel Finch, The University Of Sydney; Guy Ford, Macquarie University
U.S. Mergers and Acquisitions: A Test of Market Efficiency; Nick von Gersdorff, Longwood University; Frank Bacon, Longwood University
The Practice of Human Capital Reporting Among Australian Financial Institutions; Suresh Cuganesan, Swinburne University Of Technology; Tyrone Carlin, The University Of Sydney; Nigel Finch, The University Of Sydney
The Changing Accounting Environment: International Accounting Standards and US implementation; Assma Sawani, Westminster College
Efficiency Ratios and Community Bank Performance; Fred Hays, University of Missouri—Kansas City; Stephen De Lurgio, University of Missouri—Kansas City; Arthur Gilbert, Jr., University of West Florida
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