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Ms Ivana Rozic

Research project: The effects of discretionary accruals and real activities manipulations on reported earnings of SMEs in the UK

Abstract

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  • Research degree: PhD
  • Title of project: The effects of discretionary accruals and real activities manipulations on reported earnings of SMEs in the UK
  • Research supervisor: Dr Salma Ibrahim
  • Other research supervisor: Dr George Giannopoulos

Biography

I am PhD Student at Kingston University. I hold MRes in Business and Management and MSc in Accounting and Finance from Kingston University, London. Also, I hold a bachelor degree in Economics, Accounting, and Finance (1st) from RRiF College of Financial Management in Zagreb. 

Areas of research interest

  • Financial reporting quality
  • Earnings management
  • Accruals quality
  • Real activities manipulations

Qualifications

  • MRes in Business and Management, Kingston University, London
  • MSc in Accounting and Finance,Kingston University, London
  • Bachelor degree in Economics, Accounting and Finance, RRiF College of Financial Management, Zagreb

Funding or awards received

  • Full-time fully-funded MPhil/ PhD Studentship in the School of Management Faculty of Business at Kingston Business School
  • Awarded the Menzies Prize (2015) for the best overall performance on the Postgraduate Modular Finance Scheme at Kingston University

Publications

http://eprints.kingston.ac.uk/39261/

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