The Association between Related Party Transactions and Real Earnings Management: Internal Governance Mechanism as Moderating Variables

  • Khober Limanto G
  • Herusetya A
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Abstract

We investigate the association between related party transactions (RPT) and real earnings management (REM). We also investigate the role of internal governance mechanism through the effectiveness of board of commissioner and audit committee in mitigating the association between RPT and REM. Our research sample consists of 386 firm-years of manufacturing firms listed in Indonesian Stock Exchange (IDX) from year 2010 -2014. Using linear regression, we find evidence that RPT has positive association with REM, only when the firm has higher RPT but not in the lower RPT. We find a contradictory result that board of commissioners strengthen the positive association between RPT and REM. Finally, we find evidence that the effectiveness of audit committees weaken the positive association between RPT and REM, both in full sample and in high RPT sample.

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Khober Limanto, G., & Herusetya, A. (2017). The Association between Related Party Transactions and Real Earnings Management: Internal Governance Mechanism as Moderating Variables. SHS Web of Conferences, 34, 04008. https://doi.org/10.1051/shsconf/20173404008

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