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Measuring Accounting Complexity With XBRL

Posted on September 12, 2014 by Dave Nitchman

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Using recent XBRL filings, Rani Hoitash from Bentley University and Udi Hoitash from Northeastern University attempt to prove that “high volume and more unique company-specific accounting information” as measured by the number of US GAAP XBRL Taxonomy tags reported in company annual filings, along with the number of customized XBRL tags, leads to poor financial reporting quality. Read the paper.

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