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Nwaobia Appolos
Nwaobia Appolos
Associate Professor of Accounting, Babcock University
Verified email at babcock.edu.ng - Homepage
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TAX PLANNING AND FIRM VALUE: EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FROM NIGERIAN CONSUMER GOODS INDUSTRIAL SECTOR
AN Nwaobia, JD Kwarbai, GO Ogundajo
Research Journal of Finance and Accounting 7 (12), 172 - 183, 2016
642016
Financial reporting quality on investors’ decisions
AN Nwaobia, J Kwarbai, J Olajumoke, AT Ajibade
International Journal of Economics and Financial Research 2 (7), 140-147, 2013
422013
The New Auditors' Reporting Standards and the Audit Expectation Gap
AN Nwaobia, LN Onuoha, AT Aguguom
International Journal of Advanced Academic Research 2 (11), 118 - 133, 2016
212016
Tax Planning and Firms' Liquidity
AN Nwaobia, OO Jayeoba
Journal of Business Management 2 (10), 1- 22, 2016
202016
Internal Audit Practices and Public Financial Management in Rwanda and Nigeria: Bridging the Transparency Gap in Public Sector Financial reporting
AN Nwaobia, GO Ogundajo, T Niyonzima
International Journal of Advanced Academic Research 2 (10), 59 - 77, 2016
162016
Earnings Persistence and Firm Performance: Implications of Analysts' Accurate Forecast Ability from Emerging Market of Nigeria
AT Aguguom, ANN Samuel O Dada
International Journal of Accounting Research 7 (1), 1 - 7, 2019
152019
Impact of heavy taxation on Israel during Solomonic era: Implications for Nigerian tax system
TU Dickson, AN Nwaobia
Asian Economic and Financial Review 2 (2), 337-346, 2012
132012
Earnings management and corporate survival of listed manufacturing companies in Nigeria
AN Nwaobia, J Kwarbai, J Olajumoke
International journal of development and sustainability 8 (2), 97-115, 2019
122019
Tax Planning and Corporate Financial Performance of listed manufacturing companies in Nigeria
AN Nwaobia
Unpublished Phd Thesis, Department of Accounting, Babcock University, Nigeria, 2014
112014
Dividend Payout Ratio and Share Price: Evidence from Quoted Manufacturing Companies in Nigeria
AN Nwaobia, CNA Alu, OT Olurin
IOSR Journal of Business and Management 19 (10), 30 - 43, 2017
7*2017
Corporate risk management and firm value: Empirical evidence from Nigerian listed manufacturing companies
AN Nwaobia, JD Kwarbai, A Ajibade
International Conference on "Optimizing business performance through risk …, 2015
6*2015
Working Capital Management and Firm performance: Evidence from Nigerian listed Firms
SO Kajola, AN Nwaobia, SB Adedeji
The International Journal of Humanities and Social Studies 2 (4), 121 - 129, 2014
62014
Corporate Governance and Organizational Growth: An Assessment of the Nigerian Manufacturing Industry
SO Olaoye, AN Nwaobia, OA Oshadiya
Journal of Accounting and Financial Management 2 (5), 10 - 23, 2016
52016
Value Relevance of Accounting Information and Firm Value
AN Nwaobia, GO Ogundajo, JD Kwarbai
European Journal of Business and Management 8 (24), 107 - 124, 2016
52016
Theories in Accounting Research
AN Nwaobia
Anthology of Theories and their application in management and social …, 2015
52015
Non-oil tax revenue on economic growth and development in Nigeria
FF Adegbie, AN Nwaobia, OO Osinowo
European Journal of Business and Management Research 5 (3), 2020
42020
Financial statements' analysis and IFRS adoption during the transitioning period: The case of Nigerian banks
AN Nwaobia, OO Jayeoba, AT Ajibade
Research Journal of Finance and Accounting 6 (20), 193 - 201, 2015
42015
An assessment of electronic-auditing and economic value of the Nigerian listed companies
RD Benjamin, SA Adegbite, AN Nwaobia, IJ Adekunle
Indian-Pacific Journal of Accounting and Finance 4 (2), 34-45, 2020
22020
Inventory Control and Financial Performance of Listed Conglomerate Firms in Nigeria
FF Adegbie, AN Nwaobia, GO Ogundajo, OD Olunuga
Journal of Management and Strategy 11 (2), 41-55, 2020
22020
Working Capital and Profitability of Listed Hotel Companies in Nigeria
AO Olagunju, AN Nwaobia, GO Ogundajo
African Journal of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure 9 (4), 669-684, 2020
22020
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