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Family Business Review Special Issue: Accounting in Family Firms

September 9, 2010 768

 Read the September 2010 Special Issue of Family Business Review on Accounting in Family Firms

Articles by:

Andrew J. Trotman and Ken T. Trotman: The Intersection of Family Business and Audit Research: Potential Opportunities

Mervi Niskanen, Jukka Karjalainen, and Jyrki Niskanen: The Role of Auditing in Small, Private Family Firms: Is It About Quality and Credibility? 

Stefano Cascino,  Amedeo Pugliese, Donata Mussolino, and Chiara Sansone: The Influence of Family Ownership on the Quality of Accounting Information

Mei-Ling Yang: The Impact of Controlling Families and Family CEOs on Earnings Management

Annelies Stockmans, Nadine Lybaert, and Wim Voordeckers: Socioemotional Wealth and Earnings Management in Private Family Firms

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