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Bank affiliated directors and earnings management: Evidence from India

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Title:Bank affiliated directors and earnings management: Evidence from India
Authors:Jadiyappa Nemiraja
Hickman, Emily
Keywords:Creditor's governance
Earnings management
Emerging Markets
Bank affiliated directors
Date Issued:01 Sep 2018
Abstract:We examine the governing impact of creditors, i.e. Bank Appointed Directors (BAD), on the earnings management of corporate firms in a context which is characterized by underdeveloped financial institutions, a weak legal (contract) enforcement system and lack of insolvency resolution framework, i.e. India. Unlike the US, where BADs play a limited monitoring role, BADs in India play an active role in firm monitoring and thus have a negative impact on the discretionary accruals. Further, we document that the impact is greater for firms with a greater degree of information asymmetry and the agency problem. These results remain robust even after controlling for potential endogeneity issue.
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/59357
Appears in Collections: 19 Financial: Earnings management


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