Abu Zakir Md. Rasel Chowdhury

Stockholm University

Kräftriket 3A

Stockholm Business School

Stockholm, --Select-- 106 91

Sweden

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (4)

1.

Do We Need to Think More About Small Business Capital Budgeting?

International Journal of Business Management, Vol. 4, No. 1, January 2009
Number of pages: 5 Posted: 08 Feb 2009
Md Mohan Uddin and Abu Zakir Md. Rasel Chowdhury
United International University and Stockholm University
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Small business, Capital budgeting, Investment decision

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What Motivates CEO and CFO Trading – Contrarian Beliefs or Superior Information?

Number of pages: 33 Posted: 16 Nov 2016
Abu Zakir Md. Rasel Chowdhury, Sabur Mollah and Mir A. Zaman
Stockholm University, Sheffield University Management School, University of Sheffield and University of Northern Iowa - Department of Finance
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Insider Trading; CEO; CFO; Contrarian Beliefs; Superior Information; Opportunistic and Routine Trading

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Are CEOs More Informative than the CFOs? Empirical Evidence from Contrarian Beliefs and Superior Information

Number of pages: 32 Posted: 18 Mar 2015 Last Revised: 19 Oct 2015
Abu Zakir Md. Rasel Chowdhury, Sabur Mollah and Mir A. Zaman
Stockholm University, Sheffield University Management School, University of Sheffield and University of Northern Iowa - Department of Finance
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Informativeness, CEO, CFO, Contrarian Beliefs, Superior Information, Opportunistic and Routine Trading

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Insider Trading, Earnings Management and Information Asymmetry

British Accounting Review, Forthcoming
Posted: 18 Mar 2015 Last Revised: 04 Sep 2017
Abu Zakir Md. Rasel Chowdhury, Sabur Mollah and Omar Al Farooque
Stockholm University, Sheffield University Management School, University of Sheffield and University of New England (Australia) - UNE Business School

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insider trading, earnings management, earnings quality, information asymmetry, opportunistic and routine trading