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La publication d'une information financière non conforme à la loi et aux normes : déterminants et conséquences

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  • Stolowy, Hervé

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  • Smaili, Nadia
  • Labelle, Réal

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Dans la mesure où il existe une certaine ambiguïté dans la définition de plusieurs concepts relevant de ce que nous appelons l’information non conforme à la loi et aux normes, cet article propose une synthèse générale, fondée sur la théorie de l’agence et établie à partir des littératures française et nord-américaine, sur les déterminants et les conséquences de cette information financière non conforme. Les auteurs étudient également l’efficacité des mécanismes de gouvernance utilisés pour prévenir ou détecter ces pratiques qui vont au-delà d’une gestion « stratégique » des données comptables.

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  • Stolowy, Hervé & Smaili, Nadia & Labelle, Réal, 2008. "La publication d'une information financière non conforme à la loi et aux normes : déterminants et conséquences," Les Cahiers de Recherche 901, HEC Paris.
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    Keywords

    Fraude; gestion des données comptables; retraitement; gouvernance;

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    • D21 - Microeconomics - - Production and Organizations - - - Firm Behavior: Theory

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