Frendy

Nagoya University, Graduate School of Economics

Ph.D. Student

1 Furo-cho

Chikusa-ku

Nagoya, 464-8601

Japan

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

5

DOWNLOADS

462

CITATIONS

0

Scholarly Papers (5)

1.

The Impact of Financial, Non-Financial, and Corporate Governance Attributes on the Practice of Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Based Environmental Disclosure

Gadjah Mada International Journal of Business Vol. 13, No. 2, pp. 143-159, May-August 2011
Number of pages: 16 Posted: 15 Nov 2012
Frendy and Indra Wijaya Kusuma
Nagoya University, Graduate School of Economics and Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM)
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Abstract:

annual report, corporate governance, environmental disclosure, global reporting initiative, Indonesia

2.

The Relevance of Japanese Horizontal Keiretsu Affiliated Firms from the Perspective of Disclosure Quality

Number of pages: 31 Posted: 25 Sep 2014
Frendy and Hu Dan Semba
Nagoya University, Graduate School of Economics and Nagoya University
Downloads 37 (256,035)

Abstract:

Japan, keiretsu, zaibatsu, disclosure quality, corporate governance

3.

Audit Pricing Competitiveness of the Japanese Market: Evidence from the Big 4 to Big 3 Transition

Number of pages: 84 Posted: 14 Dec 2016
Frendy
Nagoya University, Graduate School of Economics
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Abstract:

audit market competition, market concentration, audit fee, Big 4, Big N, Japan

4.

Does Recycling Improve Information Usefulness of Income? The Case of Japan

Number of pages: 35 Posted: 01 Dec 2015 Last Revised: 22 Feb 2017
Frendy and Hu Dan Semba
Nagoya University, Graduate School of Economics and Nagoya University
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Abstract:

Other comprehensive income, Recycling, Reclassification adjustment, Information usefulness, Value relevance, Japan.

5.

Japanese Stock Market Reaction to Announcements of News Affecting Auditors’ Reputation: The Case of the Olympus Fraud

Journal of Contemporary Accounting & Economics 10 (2014), pp. 206-224
Posted: 20 Nov 2013 Last Revised: 06 Oct 2014
Frendy and Hu Dan Semba
Nagoya University, Graduate School of Economics and Nagoya University

Abstract:

Olympus fraud, Japan, auditors’ reputation, event study, investors’ reaction