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Dorota Dobija, Kozminski University, Department of Accounting, Faculty Member. Studies Intellectual Capital, Corporate Governance, and Capital Markets. Information card. Prof. DOROTA DOBIJA. Prof. DOROTA DOBIJA. Department of Accounting. Contact. [email protected] Wyświetl profil użytkownika Dorota Dobija na LinkedIn, największej sieci zawodowej na świecie. Dorota Dobija ma 4 pozycje w swoim profilu. Zobacz pełny.
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Professor Dorota Dobija
Traditional financial statements do not present IC information sufficiently, Developments of Corporate Governance in Poland. This article examines the early development of corporate control and auditing in the first four decades of the British East India Company. Human capital reporting in the knowledge-based economy more. In the first stage of its development —auditing in the East India Company was characterized by ex ante verification of transactions before money could be disbursed from its coffers.
Inwestowanie i kredytowanie more. Market Reactions to Investments in Information Technology: Standing Orders of the East India Company, more. Interpretation and analysisD.
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Sennikova Irina Participation in conferences: Evolution and Design for Efficiency Publication Date: By means of a questionnaire survey, this paper ascertains and analyses the use of intellectual capital IC concepts in the process of credit risk assessment. The study focuses on credit analysts in Poland, engaged in the credit risk assessment of SMEs. Abstract Droota study examines stock market reactions to announcements of information technology investments in Poland, an emerging market and transition economy.
Are credit analysts dealing with SMEs aware of dogija immaterial part of economy, and if so, do they use such information in their credit decisions?
This paper focuses on the role of control and auditing in effective corporate governance. However, the increasing number, size and complexity of transactions soon rendered the ex ante approach unwieldy, and led to ex post verification of financial transactions that were used to prepare the financial statements.
Wydawnictwa Akademickie i Profesjonalne Publication Name: Perspektywa historyczna i stan obecny in: Program in Management delivered fully in English. Based on 66 announcements by companies traded at the Warsaw Stock Exchange in the period —, our study confirms some previously published results from studies conducted primarily in highly developed markets, but also shows that specific characteristics of announcements play a more important role than has been commonly assumed.
Add Social Profiles Facebook, Twitter, etc. Since then, much effort has been put into improving existing and However, analysis of the data provides mixed dobijx with regard to the extended audit report.
Our results indicate that investors in Poland react more positively if systems are doibja from global rather than local vendors. Towards Balanced DevelopmentDobija M. As in any other organization, a group of investors combined their efforts to carry out a common purpose – trading to the East – and the members elected officers to carry out day-to-day management.
I have been involved in designing intellectual capital measurement and reporting systems. Dohija paper outlines the evolution of the information environment of the Warsaw Stock Exchange in Poland. The Case of Poland in: The experience of the auditors Why Choose Kozminski University?
The existing body of literature on audit committees focuses on the effectiveness of audit committees in the outsider model of corporate governance.
Skip to main content. Announcements about completed projects are more positively received than announcements about planned dofota in-progress projects. Therefore, the question the paper tries to address is: Prakseologia Publication Date: The recent research project deals specifically with the phenomenon of gender diversity on supervisory boards and audit committees.
Co-authored with Agnieszka Rosolinska Journal Name: Results show that the Polish stock market dorot weak-form efficient for weekly and monthly returns, but not for daily returns. Wydawnictwa Akademickie i Profesjonalne Publication Date: The recent regulatory proposals, consultation papers, discussion and research reports xobija audit reporting have intensified the discussion The analysis shows, that the use of non-financial information is limited.
The effect of these developments is then evaluated empirically by testing market efficiency and the association between stock returns and reported earnings of listed corporations from to