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Title International perspectives on accounting and corporate behavior / Kunio Ito, Makoto Nakano, editors
Published Tokyo ; New York : Springer, [2014]
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Series Advances in Japanese Business and Economics ; 6
Advances in Japanese business and economics ; 6
Contents 1 Overview (Kunio Ito). Part 1 Earnings Attributes and Corporate Behavior -- 2 What do Smoothed Earnings Tell Us about the Future? (Yusuke Takasu and Makoto Nakano) -- 3 The Effect of Accounting Conservatism on Corporate Investment Behavior (Souhei Ishida and Kunio Ito) -- 4 Matching expenses with revenues around the world (Tetsuyuki Kagaya) -- 5 Does Comprehensive Income Influence Dividends? Empirical Evidence from Japan (Kunio Ito and Takuma Kochiyama) -- 6 Accounting Policy Choice for Negative Goodwill (Yukari Takahashi) -- 7 Fair Value Accounting of Pension Liabilities and Discretionary Behavior (Shigeaki Sawada) -- 8 The Influence of Informal Institutions on Impaired Asset Write-offs: Securing Future and Current Pies for Payouts in Japan (Keishi Fujiyama) -- 9 Ex-post information value of risk disclosure (Kunio Ito, Tetsuyuki Kagaya, and Hyonok Kim). Part 2 Disclosure and Enforcement -- 10 The effects of risk disclosure on evaluation of management forecast revisions (Hyonok Kim) -- 11 The Effect of Continuous Disclosure of Environmental Report (Yuki Tanaka) -- 12 Analyst Herding around Management Forecasts (Mikiharu Noma) -- 13 Management Incentives to Publish Aggressive or Conservative Earnings Forecasts and Disclosure Policy Change (Tomohiro Suzuki) -- 14 Effects of Biased Earnings Forecasts: comparative study of earnings forecasts disclosures by US and Japanese firms (Shoichi Tsumuraya)
Summary Despite the globalization of accounting standards occurring through convergence to International Financial Reporting Standards, local accounting systems are deeply intertwined with each country's unique institutions such as its corporate system, disclosure practices, and enforcement mechanisms. First, this book empirically analyzes the effects of globalization and localization of accounting rules on corporate behavior such as earnings management, signaling, investment behavior, and dividend payout policy. Second, the book unravels the economic consequences of disclosure based on the concept of self-disciplining enforcement such as management forecasts, environmental disclosures, and risk disclosures by Japanese firms. This volume is a step forward in understanding the link between accounting and corporate behavior based on a new institutional accounting approach
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes PDF title page (viewed March 31, 2014)
Subject Accounting -- Standards.
Corporate culture -- Influence.
Form Electronic book
Author Itō, Kunio, editor
Nakano, Makoto, editor
ISBN 9784431547921 (electronic bk.)
4431547924 (electronic bk.)
4431547916 (print)
9784431547914 (print)