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Examining the impacts of bank competition and stock market liquidity on bank liquidity creation: evidence from Malaysia
(Lincoln University, 2017-02-23)
Standard bank liquidity creation theory asserts that banks create liquidity by issuing credit for liquidity-constrained agents who have production opportunities with returns increasing on the investment horizon, and in the ...
Measuring the relationship between audit committee characteristics and earnings management: evidence from New Zealand listed companies
(Lincoln University, 2013-11-01)
The recent corporate accounting scandals, such as the Enron scandal in 2001 and the WorldCom scandal in 2002, have increasingly drawn the attention of regulators around the globe to the monitoring role of audit committees ...