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asymmetric information; corporate social responsibility (CSR); financial markets; insider trading
Corporate Sustainability, External Assurance, Global Reporting Initiative, Sustainability Reporting, Value Relevance Research
capital market reaction, conventional energy, event study, cross-sectional analysis, Fukushima-Daiichi, governmental pressure, nuclear accidents, nuclear power phase-out, renewable energy, corporate sustainability
Narcissism, Decision Making, Earnings Management, Behavioural Accounting Research
Corporate Sustainability, Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), Sustainability Reporting, International Value Relevance
Asymmetric Information, Corporate Governance, International Corporate Social Responsibility, Cross-Sectional Analysis, Event Study, Insider Trading
credit ratings, credit risk, default probabilities, comparability
FCPA, corruption, text analysis, language, tone, readability, financial disclosures
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corruption, corporate social responsibility, financial constraints, transparency, content analysis
dual holdings, accounting conservatism, information asymmetries, agency conflict of debt
Corporate Governance Code, Value relevance, Germany, Transparency
German Corporate Governance Code, Implied Cost of Capital, Model-based Forecasts
Asset Pricing, Corporate Sustainability, Factor Models, Mutual Funds, Performance
Bankruptcy Announcements, Spillover Effects, Negative Information Externalities, Competition Effects, Event Study, Photovoltaic Industry, Solar Industry
meeting management earnings forecasts, insider trading, information asymmetry, earnings management, accruals
leases, lease accounting, operating leases, off-balance sheet financing, recognition versus disclosure, equity risk, operating risk, business risk, financial risk, the efficient market hypothesis
Corporate Sustainability, Financial Crisis, Global Ethical Standards (GES), Environmental Risks, Social Risks, Value Relevance, Instrument Variable Regression, Moderated Regression Analysis
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