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Intellectual Foundations of Current Research in Family Business: An Identification and Review of 25 Influential Articles
This article identifies 25 articles that have been particularly influential in shaping the state of the art of research on family businesses. These works were identified based on a citation analysisExpand
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Audit Committee and Firm Value: Evidence on Outside Top Executives as Expert-Independent Directors
We offer new insights to relate firm value of the composition of audit committee. When expert-independent directors are of majority control of audit committee, finance-trained directors improve firmExpand
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Earnings Management of Firms Reporting Material Internal Control Weaknesses Under Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act
SUMMARY: The main objectives of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 are to improve the accuracy and reliability of corporate disclosure. Under Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, the external auditorExpand
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Credit ratings and IPO pricing
We examine the effects of credit ratings on IPO pricing. The evidence from U.S. common share IPOs during 1986-2004 shows that when firms go public, those with credit ratings are underpricedExpand
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An Empirical Analysis of Stock Prices in Major Asian Markets and the United States
This study uses unit root and cointegration tests to examine the relationships among the stock markets in Hong Kong, South Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, Japan, and the United States. All the stock pricesExpand
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Global Ranking of Accounting Programmes and the Elite Effect in Accounting Research
We provide a global ranking of accounting research and examine the elite degree and elite affiliation effect. Based on 24 accounting journals during the period 1991-2005, the top 5 most productiveExpand
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International Stock Market Efficiency and Integration: A Study of Eighteen Nations
This study examines the relationships among stock prices in eighteen national stock markets by using unit root and cointegration tests for the period 1961--92. All the markets were analyzedExpand
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A ranking of accounting research output in the European region
Abstract This study provides a ranking in accounting research output in Europe during 1991-2002. We use a set of 19 accounting journals to rank accounting programmes for 253 European universities. UKExpand
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Analyst coverage, optimism, and stock price crash risk: Evidence from China
We examine the relations among analyst coverage, analyst optimism, and firm-specific stock price crash risk. Using a unique Chinese database, we find that an increase in a firm's analyst coverageExpand
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Publications in Major Marketing Journals: An Analysis of Research Productivity of Asia-Pacific Universities
The authors examine the marketing research productivity of Asia-Pacific universities using a set of 20 marketing journals during 1991-2000. A weighted Journal of Marketing-equivalent page count isExpand
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