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Sidney J Gray
Sidney J Gray
Professor of International Business,University of Sydney
Verified email at sydney.edu.au
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Towards a theory of cultural influence on the development of accounting systems internationally
SJ Gray
Abacus 24 (1), 1-15, 2005
30442005
Factors influencing voluntary annual report disclosures by US, UK and continental European multinational corporations
GK Meek, CB Roberts, SJ Gray
Journal of International Business Studies, 555-572, 1995
25001995
International accounting and multinational enterprises
LH Radebaugh, SJ Gray, EL Black
John Wiley & Sons, 2006
14342006
Ownership structure and corporate voluntary disclosure in Hong Kong and Singapore
GK Chau, SJ Gray
The International journal of accounting 37 (2), 247-265, 2002
11662002
Corporate governance and board composition: Diversity and independence of Australian boards
H Kang, M Cheng, SJ Gray
Corporate Governance: An International Review 15 (2), 194-207, 2007
10402007
Family ownership, board independence and voluntary disclosure: Evidence from Hong Kong
G Chau, SJ Gray
Journal of International Accounting, Auditing and Taxation 19 (2), 93-109, 2010
6762010
Factors influencing the extent of corporate compliance with International Accounting Standards: summary of a research monograph
DL Street, SJ Gray
Journal of International Accounting, Auditing and Taxation 11 (1), 51-76, 2002
4562002
International capital market pressures and voluntary annual report disclosures by US and UK multinationals
SJ Gray, GK Meek, CB Roberts
Journal of International Financial Management & Accounting 6 (1), 43-68, 1995
4511995
The impact of international accounting differences from a security-analysis perspective: Some European evidence
SJ Gray
Journal of Accounting Research, 64-76, 1980
3841980
Acceptance and observance of international accounting standards: An empirical study of companies claiming to comply with IASs
DL Street, SJ Gray, SM Bryant
The International Journal of Accounting 34 (1), 11-48, 1999
3381999
The impact of culture on accounting disclosures: some international evidence
SJ Gray, HM Vint
Asia-Pacific journal of accounting 2 (1), 33-43, 1995
3001995
Segment disclosures under SFAS No. 131: Has business segment reporting improved?
DL Street, NB Nichols, SJ Gray
Accounting Horizons 14 (3), 259-285, 2000
2662000
EC accounting harmonisation: An empirical study of measurement practices in France, Germany and the UK
EN Emenyonu, SJ Gray
Accounting and Business research 23 (89), 49-58, 1992
2521992
Globalization of stock markets and foreign listing requirements: voluntary disclosures by continental European companies listed on the London Stock Exchange
GK Meek, SJ Gray
Journal of International Business Studies 20 (2), 315-336, 1989
2381989
Observance of international accounting standards: Factors explaining non-compliance
DL Street, SJ Gray
ACCA Research Report, 2001
2372001
The value added statement: an innovation for US companies
GK Meek, SJ Gray
Accounting Horizons 2 (2), 73, 1988
2351988
Assessing the acceptability of international accounting standards in the US: An empirical study of the materiality of US GAAP reconciliations by non-US companies complying with …
DL Street, NB Nichols, SJ Gray
The International Journal of Accounting 35 (1), 27-63, 2000
2102000
A comparative international analysis of the impact of accounting principles on profits: The USA versus the UK, Sweden and the Netherlands
P Weetman, SJ Gray
Accounting and Business Research 21 (84), 363-379, 1991
2081991
Accounting reforms in China: cultural constraints on implementation and development
LM Chow, GK Chau, SJ Gray
Accounting and business research 26 (1), 29-49, 1995
2071995
Profit measurement and UK accounting standards: a case of increasing disharmony in relation to US GAAP and IASs
P Weetman, EAE Jones, CA Adams, SJ Gray
Accounting and Business Research 28 (3), 189-208, 1998
1781998
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