Managerial Auditing Journal

Papers
(The TQCC of Managerial Auditing Journal is 7. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-01-01 to 2024-01-01.)
ArticleCitations
CEO power and corporate social responsibility (CSR) disclosure: does stakeholder influence matter?35
CEO characteristics and bank performance: evidence from India34
Consequences of the implementation of expanded audit reports with key audit matters (KAMs) on audit quality33
Turnover in public accounting firms: a literature review30
Key audit risks and audit procedures during the initial year of the COVID-19 pandemic: an analysis of audit reports 2019-202028
The affiliations and characteristics of female directors and earnings management: evidence from Turkey28
Internal audit: from effectiveness to organizational significance26
Research patterns and intellectual structure of Managerial Auditing Journal: a retrospective using bibliometric analysis during 1986-201926
The perceived impact of the KAM reforms on audit reports, audit quality and auditor work practices: stakeholders’ perspectives25
Female audit committee directorship and audit fees24
Whistleblowing by auditors: the role of professional commitment and independence commitment22
The impact of COVID-19 pandemic on earnings management and the value relevance of earnings: US evidence20
Do key audit matters (KAMs) matter? Auditors’ perceptions of KAMs and audit quality in Finland19
Gender diversity in audit committees and audit fees: evidence from China19
The association between voluntary disclosure in audit committee reports and banks’ earnings management19
Female CEO succession and audit fees: evidence from China19
Corporate governance and compliance with IFRS 718
Audit committee characteristics and bank performance: evidence from India17
Impact of COVID-19 pandemic on auditors’ responsibility: evidence from European listed companies on key audit matters15
How do the current auditing standards fit the emergent use of blockchain?15
Audit quality and COVID-19 restrictions15
Earnings management and investor protection during the COVID-19 pandemic: evidence from G-12 countries15
The effect of audit of outgoing leading officials’ natural resource accountability on environmental governance: evidence from China15
Do tournament incentives motivate chief executive officers to be socially responsible?14
Using generalized audit software to detect material misstatements, control deficiencies and fraud14
Mandatory audit firm rotation: a critical composition of practitioner views from an emerging economy14
Auditor tenure and audit quality: an investigation of moderating factors prior to the commencement of mandatory rotations in India14
Can internal audit functions improve firm operational efficiency? Evidence from China13
Key audit matters: did IAASB unravel the knots of confusion in audit reports decisions?12
A cross-firm analysis of corporate governance compliance and performance in Indonesia12
Military reform, militarily-connected firms and auditor choice11
Strength of auditing and reporting standards, corruption and money laundering: a cross-country investigation11
Effects of digitalisation of organisations on internal audit activities and practices10
Religiosity at the top: does it interact with accounting expertise to limit real earnings management?9
Politics and institution of corporate governance in Vietnamese state-owned enterprises9
The effect of family control on audit fees during financial crisis9
Key audit matters and debt contracting: evidence from China9
An examination of factors associated with investment in internal auditing technology9
Audit committee members with CEO experience and the value of cash holdings9
Financial market consequences of early adoption of international standards on auditing: international evidence7
Impact of auditor characteristics and Covid-19 Pandemic on KAMs reporting7
COVID-19 pandemic resilience: an analysis of firm valuation and disclosure of sustainability practices of listed firms7
Political connections, political uncertainty and audit fees: evidence from Pakistan7
Economic policy uncertainty and audit effort: evidence from audit hours7
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