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This paper aims to examine whether a private firm’s demand for a Big4 auditor is influenced by the auditor choice of its main supplier, customer and competitor. The authors rely on institutional theory to explain this stakeholders’ influence. The authors also examine whether the extent to which...
The purpose of this paper is to examine whether compliance with corporate governance (CG) requirements has constrained earnings management (EM) for companies listed in Kenya and Tanzania.Design/methodology/approachThe sample comprises of 48 companies listed on the Nairobi Stock Exchange and the...
This study aims to examine the consequences when audit committees have different economic incentives (i.e. incentive-based compensation) to switch auditors.Design/methodology/approachThe author focuses on companies experiencing an auditor switching event (client-initiated dismissals) and uses...
This paper aims to examine whether CEO/chair dual roles influence board monitoring-audit fees nexus. The impact of corporate governance on audit fees literature is lacking in the banking sector, which is subject to different regulations and reporting requirements to other sectors. The level and...
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