Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Accounting, Earnings quality, Financial Disclosures, Audit and Association are his primary areas of study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Multinational corporation and Shareholder. His Earnings quality research is included under the broader classification of Earnings.
Bikki Jaggi has researched Audit in several fields, including Affect and Demographic economics. His Social accounting study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Revenue, Finance and Environmental accounting. Bikki Jaggi interconnects Internal debt and Financial system in the investigation of issues within Earnings management.
Bikki Jaggi mostly deals with Accounting, Earnings, Corporate governance, Audit and Earnings management. His work in the fields of Accounting, such as Earnings quality, overlaps with other areas such as Independence and Evidence-based practice. His studies deal with areas such as Initial public offering, Monetary economics, Corporate finance and Financial system as well as Earnings.
Bikki Jaggi has included themes like Debt levels and flows, Internal debt, Asset, Financial economics and Quality audit in his Corporate finance study. His Financial system research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Equity and Debt. His Corporate governance research incorporates elements of Accounting information system and Positive accounting.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Accounting, Corporate governance, Audit, Accounting conservatism and Finance. His work deals with themes such as Affect, Corporate disclosure and Corporate finance, which intersect with Accounting. He combines subjects such as Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and Financial accounting with his study of Corporate governance.
Bikki Jaggi is studying Audit risk, which is a component of Audit. His work in the fields of Earnings quality, Principal–agent problem and Shareholder overlaps with other areas such as European union. In his work, Equity is strongly intertwined with Financial system, which is a subfield of Earnings.
His primary areas of investigation include Accounting, Corporate finance, Default, Bond credit rating and Credit rating. His work on Audit, Audit risk and Market value as part of general Accounting research is frequently linked to Turnover and Dual, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Corporate finance research includes elements of Audit committee, Corporate governance, Quality audit and Overconfidence effect.
His study connects Econometrics and Default.
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Association between independent non- executive directors, family control and financial disclosures in Hong Kong
Charles J.P. Chen;Bikki Jaggi;Bikki Jaggi.
Journal of Accounting and Public Policy (2000)
Earnings quality: Some evidence on the role of auditor tenure and auditors industry expertise
Ferdinand A. Gul;Simon Yu Kit Fung;Bikki Jaggi;Bikki Jaggi.
Journal of Accounting and Economics (2009)
Family control, board independence and earnings management: Evidence based on Hong Kong firms
Bikki Jaggi;Bikki Jaggi;Sidney C M Leung;Ferdinand Gul;Ferdinand Gul.
Journal of Accounting and Public Policy (2009)
Impact of Culture, Market Forces, and Legal System on Financial Disclosures
Bikki Jaggi;Pek Yee Low.
The International Journal of Accounting (2000)
AN EXAMINATION OF THE IMPACT OF POLLUTION PERFORMANCE ON ECONOMIC AND MARKET PERFORMANCE: PULP AND PAPER FIRMS
Bikki Jaggi;Martin Freedman.
Journal of Business Finance & Accounting (1992)
Global warming, commitment to the Kyoto protocol, and accounting disclosures by the largest global public firms from polluting industries
Martin Freedman;Bikki Jaggi.
The International Journal of Accounting (2005)
Auditor independence: evidence on the joint effects of auditor tenure and nonaudit fees
Ferdinand A. Gul;Bikki L. Jaggi;Gopal V. Krishnan.
Ear and Hearing (2007)
Earnings Management Response to Debt Covenant Violations and Debt Restructuring
Bikki Jaggi;Picheng Lee.
Journal of Accounting, Auditing & Finance (2002)
An Analysis of the Association between Pollution Disclosure and Economic Performance
Martin Freedman;Bikki Jaggi.
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal (1988)
Impact of family dominance on monitoring of earnings management by audit committees: Evidence from Hong Kong
Bikki Jaggi;Sidney Leung.
Journal of International Accounting, Auditing and Taxation (2007)
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