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|標題:||The relationship between external financing activities and earnings management: Evidence from enterprise risk management||作者:||Teng-Shih Wang
Edward M. Werner
|關鍵字:||Enterprise risk management;External financing activities;Accrual-based earnings management;Real activities earnings management;Corporate governance||Project:||International Review of Economics & Finance, Volume 58, November 2018, Pages 312-329||摘要:||
This study examines the impact of external financing activities on earnings management decisions and further explores the role of enterprise risk management (ERM) as a potential moderating factor in this association. We find that managers use both real-activities and accrual-based earnings management when engaging in equity financing activities. Moreover, when firms have weaker ERM systems, we find that managers are less likely to use real-activities earnings management in their equity financing efforts. Therefore, our policy-relevant findings suggest that weaker ERM systems can signal poor control mechanisms and attract additional investor scrutiny, thus constraining managers' use of real-activities earnings manipulation to harm long-term firm value.
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