The Impact of IFRS transition on audit and non-audit fees by Listed Companies in Saudi Arabia
Paper, Order, or Assignment Requirements
1. The length of the proposal must not exceed 10 pages because of the school rule.
2. This is the link to SOCPA’s project of IFSR transition: http://www.socpa.org.sa/KenticoCMS/Homepage/Projects?lang=en-US
3. This is the link to Saudi Arabia’s profile on IFRS:
4. The references must be 15-20.
5. The references should be from top accounting journals as much as possible. Here are the top accounting and auditing journals:
• The Accounting Review (TAR)
• Journal of Accounting Research (JAR)
• Journal of Accounting and Economics (JAE)
• Contemporary Accounting Research (CAR)
• Review of Accounting Studies (RAST)
• Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory(must be use)
• Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance
• International Journal of Accounting
• Austrailia Accounting Review
• The British Accounting Review
6. When it come to references about Saudi Arabia I know it is almost impossible to find references. So, here are some important ones:
– Almotairy O. S. and Alsalman A. M. (2011).Challenges Facing Adopting IFRS in Saudi Arabia. June 2011, The 1st Annual Journal of International Accounting Research Conference, June 14-17, 2011, Xiamen, China.
– Alqahtani S. (2010).The Relevance of IFRS for Saudi Arabia: Stakeholders Perspective. PhD Thesis, Stirling University, UK.
– A. Alsuhaibani, “The Expected Impact of IFRS Adoption on Saudi Arabia Based on Lessons from Other Countries: A Focus on the Telecommunication Business”, WCBEM, pp.1190-1198, 2012.