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Business & Economics

Tax
Investors
Managers
Disclosure
Auditors
Audit
Incentives
Financial statements
Employees
Experiment
Analysts
Costs
Industry
Chief executive officer
Audit quality
Uncertainty
Prediction
Corporate tax
Revenue
Pricing
Cash flow
Assets
Factors
Accruals
Derivatives
Financial reporting
Performance measures
News
Income
Knowledge sharing
Earnings management
Auditor judgment
Equity
Interaction
Evaluation
Liability
Guidance
Dividends
Accounting standards
Investment decision
Creativity
Management forecasts
Stock prices
Internal control
Fraud
Language
Transfer pricing
Financial derivatives
Expenditure
Nonprofessional investors
Management earnings forecasts
Profit
Cash
Organizational form
Earnings announcements
Auditing
Economics
Tax avoidance
Earnings forecasts
Multinational corporations
Corporate governance
Effective tax rates
Stock returns
Advisors
Tax rate
Penalty
Grey market
Pro forma earnings
Corporate Social Responsibility
Mergers
Informativeness
Profitability
Empirical evidence
Forecast error
Shareholders
Audit firms
Restatements
Peers
Firm value
Income tax
Suppliers
Communities of practice
Forecast accuracy
Audit reports
Fair value
Financial reporting quality
Reward
Online communities
Information asymmetry
Return on equity
Career concerns
Analysts' forecasts
Accounting information
Tax planning
International Financial Reporting Standards
Monitoring
Press releases
Savings
Tax policy
Ownership