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Business & Economics

Managers
Investors
Tax
Auditors
Disclosure
Audit
Incentives
Employees
Financial statements
Experiment
Analysts
Costs
Prediction
Industry
Cash flow
Uncertainty
Audit quality
Financial reporting
Corporate tax
Chief executive officer
Revenue
News
Evaluation
Assets
Pricing
Income
Factors
Equity
Performance measures
Earnings management
Auditor judgment
Accruals
Derivatives
Auditing
Stock prices
Dividends
Liability
Knowledge sharing
Creativity
Investment decision
Internal control
Interaction
Nonprofessional investors
Management earnings forecasts
Earnings forecasts
Profitability
Management forecasts
Guidance
Accounting standards
Risk management
Assurance
Economics
Fraud
Language
Transfer pricing
Financial derivatives
Cash
Profit
Performance evaluation
Organizational form
International Financial Reporting Standards
Earnings announcements
Reward
Tax avoidance
Multinational corporations
Corporate governance
Effective tax rates
Information content
Stock returns
Risk taking
Owners
Suppliers
Management control systems
Audit firms
Tax rate
Restatements
Penalty
Grey market
Pro forma earnings
Corporate Social Responsibility
Equity valuation
Mergers
Empirical evidence
Financial analysts
Informativeness
Forecast error
Diversification
Peers
Intangibles
Firm value
Management accounting
Productivity
Income tax
Cost of capital
Communities of practice
Accountants
China
Analysts' forecasts
Career concerns
Forecast accuracy