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    Title: Main banks’ influence on financial reporting quality in Japan
    Authors: Kazuhiko Kob;Kazuhiko Kobori;Robert Hutch;Robert Hutchinson;Ping-Chang L;Ping-Chang Lee;Yao-Chuan Ts;Yao-Chuan Tsai;吳清在;TsingZai C. Wu
    Contributors: 會計與資訊學系
    Date: 2017-07
    Issue Date: 2017-12-08 14:36:19 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: This study investigated main banks’ influence on the quality of accounting firms’ audits and corporate firms’ earnings, focusing on companies on Japan’s Nikkei 500 index. We posed three questions in this research study about main banks’ influence on corporate clients’ earnings management. First, does a weakened main bank relationship influence corporate clients’ financial reporting quality? Second, does Japan’s firewall deregulation influence firms’ earnings quality? Finally, does the relationship between accounting firms and main banks affect client firms’ earnings quality? Our main findings were that main banks are not related to client firms’ earnings management; however, main banks mitigate client firms’ earnings management after firewall deregulation. On the other hand, firewall deregulation does motivate firms to manipulate their earnings management. Finally, using Pong and Kita’s (2006) study as a framework, we found that main banks and client firms using the same accounting firms had no influence on earnings management. Based on these evidences presented, our findings suggest that the quality of corporate clients’ financial reporting changes before and after firewall deregulation.
    Relation: Journal of Applied Economics
    Appears in Collections:[Department of Accounting and Information Systems] Journal Article

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