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    Title: Accounting Conservatism in Greater China: The Influence of Institutions and Incentives
    Authors: Kung, Fan-hua;Ting, Chih-wen;James, Kieran
    Contributors: 淡江大學會計學系
    Keywords: Conditional Accounting conservatism;Financial reporting quality;Greater China
    Date: 2008-06
    Issue Date: 2013-05-31 11:37:37 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing Ltd.
    Abstract: Purpose
    The aim of the research is to use variations in measured accounting conservatism to gain a deeper understanding about the reporting incentives created by a country’s institutional structure.
    Design/methodology/approach Geographic proximity, cultural affinity and integrated economic relations provide Greater China with a unique setting for studying cross-country differences in
    institutional characteristics which affect the demand for accounting conservatism. Ball and Shivakumar (2005) contend that the economic role of conditional conservatism is
    an important attribute of financial reporting quality because it improves the efficiency of contracting, reduces information asymmetry and improves corporate governance.
    The empirical results indicate that Hong Kong is the most conservative economy, followed by Taiwan and China, implying that the legal/judicial system, regulatory environment and political conomy of different countries are the pivotal forces which drive accounting conservatism. Overall, the evidence suggests that a country’s institutional structures interact strongly with reporting incentives in determining accounting conservatism.
    This research examines cross-country differences in financial reporting quality by contrasting the influence of country-specific institutional factors on financial reporting incentives for conservative accounting practices. It is expected that this research will have important policy implication.
    Relation: Asian Review of Accounting 16(2), pp.134-148
    DOI: 10.1108/13217340810889933
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