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  • Brummelmans, Renze (2017-06-10)
    Master Economics
    This thesis discusses how and why accountability and ethics relate and how they influence behaviour in accountancy firms in the Netherlands. An interpretive field study is carried out in two separate but similar accountancy ...
  • Hagen, Willem (2016-12-19)
    Master Economics
    This thesis examines whether accounting quality is a mediating factor between the mandatory adoption of IFRS and cost of equity capital. This is done using the following research question: To what extent does accounting ...
  • Mourabit, Redouan el (2017-03-29)
    Master Economics
    The objective of this research is to provide insight into the institutionalization of the adoption and further processing of teleworking. The next question was formulated to guide this research to its objective: How and ...
  • Bar, Anneloes, de (2017-07-07)
    Master Economics
    Globally, firms are increasingly publishing corporate sustainability (CSR) reports and there has been an increase in companies demanding assurance on their CSR reports. This study seeks to understand the benefits of CSR ...
  • Zoggel, Dennis, van (2017-07-07)
    Master Economics
    There is a growing demand for voluntary external assurance of corporate social responsibility reporting. This paper tries to understand the effect of assurance on the cost of debt. Evidence is gathered regarding corporate ...
  • Kammenga, Mark (2016-07-12)
    Master Economics
    The study analyses whether the implementation of mandatory audit firm rotation positively contributes to the level of audit quality. Erosion in auditors’ independence as a result of a long audit firm-client relationship ...
  • Tran Duc, Khang (2016-08-25)
    Master Economics
    The effects of audit firm rotation and audit firm tenure on financial reporting quality is analysed by using data of Dutch public firms listed on the AEX, AMX or ASCX from 2002 to 2015. Two measures of financial reporting ...
  • Pouwels, Jeroen (2017-07-07)
    Master Economics
    This study explores the relationship between audit firm rotation, investor protection, and audit quality. Existing research on this topic provides mixed results. One factor that could explain these mixed results is investor ...
  • Leensen, Manon (2016-12-19)
    Master Economics
    This study explores the association between auditor switching, social ties and audit quality. A global call for improved audit quality created a debate around mandatory auditor rotation. Proponents argue that long auditor ...
  • Stakebrand, Bob (2016-06-29)
    Master Economics
    Mandatory auditor rotation has been proposed as a mechanism to enhance auditors’ independence and ultimately improve the quality of audits. Proponents claim that as the auditor-client relationship increases the auditors’ ...
  • Bonekamp, Niek (2016-07-04)
    Master Economics
    Adler and Borys (1996) distinguish two types of formalization in organizations: enabling and coercive formalization. Procedures in the enabling type of formalization provide employees with organizational memory. The coercive ...
  • Hesseling, Kelly (2017-07-07)
    Master Economics
    This study examines the effect of the composition of the board of directors on corporate sustainability reporting (CSR) quality. It is argued that board expertise, interlocking directorates, board independence, and board ...
  • Lamers, Else (2016-07-06)
    Master Economics
    The European Commission strives for more women in the board of directors, because they could diversify the board of directors which positively influences firm performance. Their idea is to establish a binding gender quota ...
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    Gietman, Anne (2017-09-18)
    Master Economics
    The accounting profession has endured some heavy critique. The diminished reputation of the accountant and of the Big Four accounting firms can be regarded as a signal for change. This study addresses that signal in an ...
  • Jans, Karin (2016-12-19)
    Master Economics
    These days, more countries install policies to create more gender equality in boardrooms. The impact of these new regulations lack scientific research and there is no common opinion on the effects of gender on corporate ...
  • Martens, Luc (2017-08-17)
    Master Economics
    Many researchers have studied control and trust within inter-organizational relationships. Despite the extensive literature on this subject, there seems to be less of a focus on inter-organizational relationships within ...
  • Kramer, Idar (2017-08-17)
    Master Economics
    This paper aims on investigating the relationship between trust, contracts and control in an intra-organizational relationship at the Radboud University. From a rational perspective, that is provided by the current literature, ...
  • Cornelissen, Joline (2016-10-28)
    Master Economics
    In the face of the evolving global corporate loan market in which banks are prone to syndicate to raise loans, syndicate formation is a relevant question. As being an important source of capital, an understanding of how ...
  • Manning, Bart (2017-07-11)
    Master Economics
    This study examines the relationship between corporate governance mechanisms, sustainability performance and sustainability disclosure quality. Firms are increasingly expected to disclose sustainability reports in which ...
  • Janssen, Davine (2017-07-07)
    Master Economics
    This study examines whether corporate social responsibility (CSR) is related to earnings management and if culture, defined as masculine or feminine, is related to CSR and earnings management. A moderating effect is expected, ...