Items where SHU Author is "Mali, Dafydd"

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ROBERTS, Martin, SHAH, Neeta S., MALI, Dafydd, ARQUERO, Jose L., JOYCE, John and HASSALL, Trevor (2022). The use and measurement of communication self-efficacy techniques in a UK undergraduate accounting course. Accounting Education.

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LIM, Hyoung Joo and MALI, Dafydd (2022). An analysis of the effect of temporary/permanent contracts on firm efficiency performance: evidence from South Korea. Journal of Applied Accounting Research.

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MALI, Dafydd and LIM, Hyoung-Joo (2021). Does relative (absolute) efficiency affect capital costs? Annals of Operations Research.

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MALI, Dafydd and LIM, Hyoung-joo (2021). Do Relatively More Efficient Firms Demand Additional Audit Effort (Hours)? Australian Accounting Review, 31 (2), 108-127.

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MALI, Dafydd and LIM, H.J. (2020). Can audit effort (hours) reduce a firm’s cost of capital? Evidence from South Korea. Accounting Forum, 1-29.

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LIM, H.J. and MALI, Dafydd (2020). Do credit ratings influence the demand/supply of audit effort? Journal of Applied Accounting Research, ahead- (ahead-).

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MALI, Dafydd and LIM, Hyoungjoo (2019). The influence of firm efficiency on agency credit ratings. Journal of Credit Risk, 15 (1), 67-102.

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LIM, Hyoung-Joo and MALI, Dafydd (2018). Does the productivity of labour influence credit risk? New evidence from South Korea. Asia Pacific Journal Of Accounting and Economics.

LIM, Hyoung-joo and MALI, Dafydd (2018). Does market risk predict credit risk? An analysis of firm risk sensitivity, evidence from South Korea. Asia-Pacific Journal of Accounting & Economics, 25 (1-2), 235-252.

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LIM, Hyoung-joo and MALI, Dafydd (2018). Does relative efficiency matter? An analysis of market uncertainty. Investment Analysts Journal, 47 (2), 127-148.

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MALI, Dafydd and LIM, Hyoung-joo (2017). Conservative reporting and the incremental effect of mandatory audit firm rotation policy: a comparative analysis of audit partner rotation vs audit firm rotation in South Korea. Australian Accounting Review.

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CHOI, Jong-seo, LIM, Hyoung-joo and MALI, Dafydd (2017). Mandatory audit firm rotation and Big4 effect on audit quality: evidence from South Korea. Asian Academy of Management Journal of Accounting and Finance, 13 (1), 1-40.

MALI, Dafydd and LIM, Hyoungjoo (2016). Does corporate ownership affect credit risk? An investment grade vs non-investment grade firm analysis - evidence from South Korea. Corporate Ownership and Control, 13 (4), 38-49.

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MALI, Dafydd and JONG-SEO, Choi (2016). Does earnings management influence credit rating changes in subsequent periods?: An analysis of KRX firms. Korea International Accounting Review, 2016 (67), 1-22.

LIM, Hyoung-Joo and MALI, Dafydd (2016). Does Market Performance Influence Credit Risk? The Journal of the Korea Contents Association, 16 (3), 81-90.

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MALI, Dafydd and LIM, Hyoung-Joo (2016). Do firms engage in earnings management to improve credit ratings?: Evidence from KRX bond issuers. Korean Corporation Management Review, 23 (1), 39-61.

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MALI, Dafydd and LIM, Hyoungjoo (2015). Does Financial Performance Influence Credit Ratings? An analysis of Korean KRX Firms. Korean Journal of Business Administration, 28 (11), 2765-2784.

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MALI, Dafydd and CHOI, Jong Seo (2015). How can contrastive rhetoric redress the balance in Korean business academia? Korean Business Education Review, 30 (5), 67-90.

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LIM, Hyoung-joo and MALI, Dafydd (2015). Do audit fees and audit hours influence credit ratings?: A comparative analysis of Big4 vs Non-Big4. Korea International Accounting Review, 2015 (63), 1-24.

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LIM, Hyoung Joo and MALI, Dafydd (2015). Does conditional conservatism affect credit ratings? An analysis of Korean KRX bond issuers. Korean Corporation Management Review, 22 (5), 127-147.

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MALI, Dafydd and CHOI, Jong Seo (2014). Globalization and language requirements for specialized blue collar workers in the Korean shipping industry. Korean Business Education Review, 29 (3), 339-364.

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