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        1月11日Is There a Trade-off between Curbing Real and Accrual Earnings Management? Evidence from Foreign Institutional Investors

        [发表时间]2019-01-04 [来源] [浏?#26469;?#25968;]

        讲座题目Is There a Trade-off between Curbing Real and Accrual Earnings Management? Evidence from Foreign Institutional Investors

        主讲人 An Zhe 讲师

        讲座时间2019年1月11日下午2:00-3:30

        讲座地点学术会堂702 主讲人简介

        Zhe An is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Banking and Finance, Monash University. Zhe An completed his PhD in Finance at the University of New South Wales and joined Monash University in 2015. His research focuses on empirical international corporate finance, in particular, institutional environments, capital structure, crash risk, and mergers and acquisitions. His research papers are published in Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Corporate Finance, and Journal of Banking and Finance.


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