Mak, C. Y. “How do financial analysts interpret industrial firms’ corporate refocusing announcements?” British Accounting Review (ABS 3*), on line in Nov 2016, forthcoming. DOI: 10.1016/j.bar.2016.10.003
Mak, C. Y. (2016). “Do market predictions affect its reaction to UK listed industrial firms’ corporate refocusing announcements?” British Accounting Review (ABS 3*) 48, 464–478. DOI: 10.1016/j.bar.2014.11.002
Mak, C. Y., N. C. Strong and M. Walker. “Conditional earnings conservatism and corporate refocusing activities.” Journal of Accounting Research (ABS 4*), Vol.49 No.4 September 2011, 1041-1082. DOI: 10.1111/j.1475-679X.2011.00414.x
Mak, C. Y., N. C. Strong and M. Walker (2008). “Earnings conservatism and corporate refocusing activities” in M. Walker et al. (2008). ‘Understanding the earnings reporting practices of UK firms and their interactions with analysts’ earnings forecasts.’ Centre for Business Performance, ICAEW, London (ABS 3*).
Papers under peer review:
Mak, C. Y., C. A. D. Dosamantes, & Andre, A. F. Moura. (2017). Mandatory adoption of IFRS and accounting quality of Latin American firms.
Freitas de Moura, A. A., Mak, C. Y. & Gupta, J. (2017). Does mandatory adoption of IFRS improve analysts’ information environment in Latin American countries?
Mak. C. Y. (2017). Does mandatory adoption of IFRS affect real and accruals-based earnings management activities of European industrial firms?
Mak, C. Y., da Costa Moraes, M. B. and C. A. Dorantes, (2017) “Changes in Latin American firms’ earnings management activities in the post IFRS adoption period”
Freitas de Moura, A. A. and Mak, C. Y. (2017). The effect of mandatory adoption of IFRS on the cost of capital of Latin American firms?