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Executives' "Off-The-Job" Behavior, Corporate Culture, and Financial Reporting Risk, Robert Davidson, Aiyesha Dey, Abbie Smith. in Causes and Consequences of Corporate Culture, Zingales and Poterba. 2015

Robert Davidson & Aiyesha Dey & Abbie Smith, 2015. "Executives' “off-the-job” behavior, corporate culture, and financial reporting risk," Journal of Financial Economics, vol 117(1), pages 5-28.

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