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Dr. Ahmed M. Ebrahim

Associate Professor of Accounting
o: Dolan School of Business Rm 2127
p: x2827


Ebrahim, A. and Tarek Hassan, (Forthcoming) Corporate Governance and Initial Compliance with IFRS in Emerging Markets: The Case of Income Tax Accounting in Egypt, Journal of International Accounting, Auditing, and Taxation.

Ebrahim, A., (Forthcomin), IFRS Compliance and Audit Quality in Developing Countries: The Case of Income Tax Accounting in Egypt, Journal of International Business Research.

Ebrahim, A., (2013). Accounting for Green House Gas Emission Schemes: Accounting Theoretical Framework Perspective, Business Studies Journal, 5(1), PP: 63-76.

Ebrahim, A, Bradford, B. (2014). Preemption of Compliance Costs and the Voluntary Adoption of SFAS No. 123(R), Journal of Financial Reporting and Accounting, 12(1).

Ebrahim, A, Schultz, S, and Hollister, J. (2010). Instructional Case: When Derivatives Drive Earnings—Crown Oil, Inc., Journal of Accounting Education, 28 (3-4), PP: 198-209.

Ebrahim, A. (2010). Audit Fee Premium and Auditor Change: The Effect of Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Managerial Auditing Journal, 25(2) 

Ebrahim, A., Tikoo, S. (2010). Stock Market Valuation of the Tradeoff Between R&D and Advertising Intensities During an Economic Downturn, Journal of Advertising Research, 50(1)

Ebrahim, A., Hasan, I. (2008). The Value Relevance of Product Diversification in Commercial Banks. Review of Accounting and Finance, 7(1).

Ebrahim, A. (2007). Earnings Management and Board Activity: An Additional Evidence. Review of Accounting and Finance, 6(1).

Ebrahim, A. (2004). Auditing Quality, Auditor Tenure, Client Importance, and Earnings Management: An Additional Evidence. ICFAI Journal of Audit Practice, 1(4).

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