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James Routledge
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Innate and discretionary accruals quality and corporate governance
P Kent, J Routledge, J Stewart
Accounting & Finance 50 (1), 171-195, 2010
3162010
Women on boards and greenhouse gas emission disclosures
J Hollindale, P Kent, J Routledge, L Chapple
Accounting & Finance 59 (1), 277-308, 2019
2252019
Do corporate governance recommendations improve the performance and accountability of small listed companies?
J Christensen, P Kent, J Routledge, J Stewart
Accounting & Finance 55 (1), 133-164, 2015
1212015
Financial distress, reorganization and corporate performance
J Routledge, D Gadenne
Accounting & Finance 40 (3), 233-259, 2000
1132000
The association between audit partner rotation and audit fees: Empirical evidence from the Australian market
J Stewart, P Kent, J Routledge
Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory 35 (1), 181-197, 2016
702016
Remuneration committees, shareholder dissent on CEO pay and the CEO pay–performance link
P Kent, K Kercher, J Routledge
Accounting & Finance 58 (2), 445-475, 2018
462018
Board gender diversity and going concern audit opinions
L Chapple, P Kent, J Routledge
Financial Markets and Corporate Governance Conference, 1-31, 2012
322012
An exploratory study of the company reorganisation decision in Voluntary Administration
J Routledge, D Gadenne
Pacific Accounting Review 16 (1), 31-56, 2004
312004
Choice of governance structure and earnings quality
P Kent, RA Kent, J Routledge, J Stewart
Accounting Research Journal 29 (4), 372-390, 2016
262016
The UK Stewardship Code and investee earnings quality
C Lu, J Christensen, J Routledge, J Hollindale
Accounting Research Journal 31 (3), 388-404, 2018
242018
Use of benchmarks in predicting earnings management?
R Kent, J Routledge
Accounting & Finance 57 (1), 239-260, 2017
192017
Stewardship regulation and earnings quality: evidence from Japan
J Routledge
Accounting Research Journal 33 (3), 543-559, 2020
122020
An exploratory empirical analysis of Part 5.3 A of the Corporations Law (Voluntary Administration)
J Routledge
Company and Securities Law Journal 16 (1), 4-16, 1998
121998
Insolvency administration as a strategic response to financial distress
J Routledge, D Morrison
Australian Journal of Management 37 (3), 441-459, 2012
112012
Part 5.3 A of the Corporations Law (Voluntary Administration): Creditors’ bargain or creditors’ dilemma?’
J Routledge
Insolvency Law Journal 6 (3), 127-135, 1998
11*1998
Rethinking insolvency law amid the COVID-19 pandemic
J Routledge
Pacific Accounting Review 33 (2), 231-237, 2021
102021
The decision to enter Voluntary Administration: Timely strategy or last resort?
J Routledge
Journal of Law and Financial Management 6 (2), 8-12, 2007
72007
Voluntary Administration and commercial morality: Aligning the competing interests
J Routledge
Insolvency Law Journal 5 (3), 125-135, 1997
7*1997
Board turnover and reorganisation outcomes: Evidence from voluntary administration
L Chapple, J Routledge
Australian Accounting Review 30 (3), 212-224, 2020
52020
Institutional investors, stewardship code disclosures and audit fees
J Routledge
Asian Review of Accounting 29 (1), 61-78, 2021
42021
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