Browsing by Author Taylor, SL

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
Jan-2006Accounting & audit quality surveillance: a working solution for regulators & exchangesLai, C; Stokes, D; Taylor, SL; Skeete, H
1-Sep-2007Accounting losses and earnings conservatism: Evidence from Australian Generally Accepted Accounting PrinciplesBalkrishna, H; Coulton, JJ; Taylor, SL
Jan-2009Audit quality, earnings quality and the cost of equity capitalLi, Y; Stokes, D; Taylor, SL; Wong, L; Faff, R
1-Jan-1995Auditor brand name reputations and industry specializationsCraswell, AT; Francis, JR; Taylor, SL
Jan-2006Auditor conservatism and audit quality: Evidence from IPO earnings forecastsLee, PJ; Taylor, SB; Taylor, SL
1-Jan-1996Australian IPO pricing in the short and long runLee, PJ; Taylor, SL; Walter, TS
1-Nov-2004Corporate governance, insider ownership and operating performance of Australian initial public offeringsBalatbat, MCA; Taylor, SL; Walter, TS
2-Oct-2013Costs of Mandatory IFRS: Evidence of Reduced Accrual ReliabilityLai, CY; Li, Y; Shan, Y; Taylor, SL
1-Jan-1999Directors’ recommendations on takeover bids and the management of earnings: Evidence from Australian takeoversEddey, PH; Taylor, SL
Jan-2009Errors in estimating unexpected accruals in the presence of large changes in net external financingShan, Y; Taylor, SL; Walter, TS; Faff, R
1-Dec-2008Estimating and validating a firm-year-specific measure of conservatism: Australian evidenceLai, C; Taylor, SL
1-Jan-1999The impact of statutory sanctions on the level and information content of voluntary corporate disclosureBrown, P; Taylor, SL; Walter, TS
1-Jan-2014The Informativeness of Dividends and Associated Tax CreditsCoulton, JJ; Ruddock, CMS; Taylor, SL
1-Sep-2006Nonaudit services and earnings conservatism: Is auditor independence impaired?Ruddock, C; Taylor, SJ; Taylor, SL
1-Nov-2008The rise and rise of IFRS: An examination of IFRS diffusionChua, WF; Taylor, SL
1-May-1996What motivates going private?: An analysis of australian firmsEddey, PH; Lee, KW; Taylor, SL