By Cheng Few Lee

"Advances in Quantitative research of Finance and Accounting, New sequence" (AQAFANS) is a continuation (with new positive aspects) of the equally titled ebook sequence that used to be formerly released by way of JAI Press from 1991. AQAFANS is an annual book designed to disseminate advancements within the quantitative research of finance and accounting. it's a discussion board for statistical and quantitative analyses of matters in finance and accounting, in addition to purposes of quantitative how to difficulties in monetary administration, monetary accounting and enterprise administration. the target is to advertise interplay among educational examine in finance and accounting, utilized learn within the monetary group, and the accounting occupation.

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Not surprisingly, a decline in the value-relevance of information from financial statements is expected (Brown, Lo and Lys, 1999). Intangible assets, by definition, are nonphysical rights that are able to generate a future stream of benefits for the owner. By their very nature, they are difficult to value. In high-tech industries, such as computer, chemical and electronic/electrical, intangible assets are a major component of a firm’s assets with much of them generated from R&D activities. , 2001). Patent counts weighted by forward citations are a common measure of R&D output in those studies.

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