Gambling attitudes and financial misreporting

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David Kenchington — Arizona State University Fingerprint Fingerprint is based on mining the text of the experts' scientific documents to create an index of weighted terms, which defines the key subjects of each individual researcher. Local Gambling Norms and Audit Pricing | SpringerLink Abstract. This study investigates whether local gambling norms are associated with audit pricing. Using a religion-based measure of local social gambling norms, we find strong evidence that public firms located in U.S. counties with more liberal gambling norms exhibit higher levels of audit fees. Local Gambling Preferences and Corporate Innovative Success | Journal ... This paper examines the role of local attitudes toward gambling on corporate innovative activity. Using a county’s Catholics-to-Protestants ratio as a proxy for local gambling preferences, we find that firms located in gambling-prone areas tend to undertake riskier projects, spend more on innovation, and experience greater innovative output. DANE M. CHRISTENSEN, CPA - Lundquist College of Business

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But Brown's research uses a new variable to identify fraud: the number of topics that a firm discusses in its annual financial reports and how this number deviates from the average firm. "You know how sometimes when people are lying they tend to talk a whole lot?" asked Brown. An examination of gambling behaviour in relation to … An examination of gambling behaviour in relation to financial management behaviour, financial attitudes, and money attitudes. / Chen, Zifei; Dowling, Nicki Andrea; Yap, Keong. In: International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, Vol. 10, 2012, p. 231 - 242. Attitude toward gambling Attitude toward gambling. Children and adolescents are more likely to gamble if they witness adults gambling, and especially if the adults show interest and excitement about gambling.The following are some questions parents might have about gambling. Attitude toward gambling. Revealing Corporate Financial Misreporting Revealing Corporate Financial Misreporting. Posted by Quinn Curtis (University of Virginia), Dain C. Donelson (University of Texas), and Justin HopkinsThe empirical evidence examining how often misreporting in financial statements remains concealed is limited because it is difficult to identify...