Iman Harymawan
Iman Harymawan
Department of Accountancy, Universitas Airlangga
Verified email at feb.unair.ac.id
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Political and government connections on corporate boards in Australia: Good for business?
S Gray, I Harymawan, J Nowland
Australian Journal of Management 41 (1), 3-26, 2016
482016
Political connections and earnings quality: How do connected firms respond to changes in political stability and government effectiveness?
I Harymawan, J Nowland
International Journal of Accounting & Information Management 24 (4), 339-356, 2016
342016
The Effectiveness of Social Media and Press Release Transparency to Detect Indications of Financial Fraud
D ASTUTIK, I HARYMAWAN, M NASIH
Editorial Board, 1507, 2018
92018
Why do firms appoint former military personnel as directors? Evidence of loan interest rate in militarily connected firms in Indonesia
I Harymawan
Asian Review of Accounting 26 (1), 2-18, 2017
72017
A Decade of Earnings Management Researches in Indonesia
N Suhardianto, I Harymawan
Asia Pacific Journal of Accounting and Finance 2 (1), 90-119, 2016
7*2016
Carbon Emissions, Firm Size, and Corporate Governance Structure: Evidence from the Mining and Agricultural Industries in Indonesia
M Nasih, I Harymawan, YI Paramitasari, A Handayani
Sustainability 11 (9), 2483, 2019
62019
Menggali Nilai, Makna, dan Manfaat Perkembangan Sejarah Pemikiran Akuntansi Syariah di Indonesia
T Sawarjuwono, Basuki, I Harymawan
Jurnal Akuntansi & Auditing Indonesia (JAAI) 15 (2), 65-82, 2011
52011
Audit firm rotation and audit quality: Comparison before vs after the elimination of audit firm rotation regulations in Indonesia
IA Widyaningsih, I Harymawan, AW Mardijuwono, ES Ayuningtyas, ...
Cogent Business & Management 6 (1), 1695403, 2019
32019
The Role of Political Connections on Family Firms’ Performance: Evidence from Indonesia
I Harymawan, M Nasih, M Madyan, D Sucahyati
International Journal of Financial Studies 7 (4), 55, 2019
22019
Do Reputable Companies Produce a High Quality of Financial Statements?
I Harymawan, D Nurillah
Asian Journal of Accounting Research 2 (2), 1-7, 2017
22017
Characteristics of politically connected firms in Indonesia
I Harymawan, D Agustia, A K. Agung
Problems and Perspectives in Management 15 (4), 17-23, 2017
22017
CEO & CFO Education and R&D Investment in Indonesia
I Harymawan, M Nasih, D Agustia, MC Ratri, J Nowland
Australasian Accounting, Business and Finance Journal 14 (2), 16-34, 2020
12020
Internal audit functions and audit outcomes: Evidence from Indonesia
AD Dzikrullah, I Harymawan, MC Ratri
Cogent Business & Management 7 (1), 1750331, 2020
12020
Political Connections and Stock Price Crash Risk: Empirical Evidence from the Fall of Suharto
I Harymawan, B Lam, M Nasih, R Rumayya
International Journal of Financial Studies 7 (3), 49, 2019
12019
CEO busyness and firm performance: evidence from Indonesia
I Harymawan, M Nasih, MC Ratri, J Nowland
Heliyon 5 (5), e01601, 2019
12019
Independent audit committee, risk management committee, and audit fees
DA Larasati, MC Ratri, M Nasih, I Harymawan
Cogent Business & Management, 1707042, 2019
12019
The quality of accounting earnings and change in political power map: evidence from Indonesia
I Harymawan, D Agustia, K Prasetyo
SHS Web of Conferences 34, 04001, 2017
12017
Military reform, militarily-connected firms and auditor choice
I Harymawan
Managerial Auditing Journal, 2020
2020
Difference in Difference dan coarsened exact Matching Dalam Penelitian Keuangan
I Harymawan, MC Ratri, B Lam
Airlangga University Press, 2020
2020
Remuneration committees, executive remuneration, and firm performance in Indonesia
I Harymawan, D Agustia, M Nasih, A Inayati, J Nowland
Heliyon 6 (2), e03452, 2020
2020
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