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2017

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Is Financial Reporting Still Useful? Australian Evidence Davern, M., Gyles, N., Hanlon, D., & Pinnuck, M. (2019). Is Financial Reporting Still Useful? Australian Evidence. Abacus55(1), 237-272. doi: 10.1111/abac.12152
Summary annual reports: length, readability and content Bradbury, M. E., Hsiao, P. C. K., & Scott, T. (2018). Summary annual reports: length, readability and content. Accounting & Finance. 07/05/2018 doi: 10.1111/acfi.12370

2016

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Keeping it private: financial reporting by large proprietary companies in Australia Potter, B., Pinnuck, M., Tanewski, G., & Wright, S. (2019). Keeping it private: financial reporting by large proprietary companies in Australia. Accounting & Finance59(1), 87-113. doi: 10.1111/acfi.12436
Research horizons for public and private not‐for‐profit sector reporting: moving the bar in the right direction Gilchrist, D. J., & Simnett, R. (2019). Research horizons for public and private not‐for‐profit sector reporting: moving the bar in the right direction. Accounting & Finance59(1), 59-85. doi: 10.1111/acfi.12439
Accounting for financial instruments with characteristics of debt and equity: finding a way forward Fargher, N., Sidhu, B. K., Tarca, A., & Van Zyl, W. (2019). Accounting for financial instruments with characteristics of debt and equity: finding a way forward. Accounting & Finance59(1), 7-58. doi: 10.1111/acfi.12280