Empirical Evidence on Country Level
This study was conducted during my time as a PhD student at the Chair of International Accounting at the University of Münster. The thesis was accepted as a dissertation by the Münster School of Business and Economics in November 2014.
In this acknowledgement I wish to thank everyone who supported me during the four-year process of working on my thesis and those who made my time in Münster so enriching and enjoyable. First, I would like to thank my supervisor, boss, and teacher Prof. Dr. Peter Kajüter who accepted me as a PhD student and provided me with great support during my time at his chair. He contributed greatly to the success of this research project by keeping me on the straight and narrow and giving me a lot of guidance regarding the research’s focus, design and structure. I would also like to thank Prof. Dr. Hans-Jürgen Kirsch who reviewed and evaluated my thesis as a second referee. My sincere thanks are further given to Prof. Dr. Ulrich van Suntum for being the third referee at my disputation. Furthermore, I like to thank Prof. em. Dr. Jochen Sigloch and StB Prof. Dr. Rolf Uwe Fülbier from the University of Bayreuth who sparked my interest in the field of Accounting and International Financial Reporting in particular.
The empirical results of this thesis would not have been achieved without the support of my research partners Dr. Gernot Hebestreit (Grant Thornton,...
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