The effect of leverage increases on real earnings management

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Zagers-Mamedova, Irina (2009)
  • Publisher: Erasmus MC: University Medical Center Rotterdam

textabstractMain subject of this paper is to understand whether there could be an incentive for managers to manipulate cash flow from operating activities (CFO) through the use of real earnings management (REM), in situations with increasing leverage. Based upon a study... View more
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