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Junaidu Muhammad Kurawa (PhD)
Department Of Accounting, Bayero University, Kano-nigeria
Impact Of Corporate Governance On Voluntary Disclosure By Firms In The Downstream Sector Of The Nigerian Petroleum Industry
This study examines the impact of Corporate Governance on Voluntary Disclosure by firms in the downstream sector of the Nigerian petroleum industry over the period of ten years (2001 – 2010). A sample of seven firms listed on the floor of Nigerian Stock Exchange was studied. The study made use of secondary data generated from annual reports and accounts

Junaidu Muhammad Kurawa (PhD)
Department Of Accounting, Bayero University, Kano, Kano - Nigeria
Corporate Governance And Earnings Management: An Empirical Analysis Of Firms In Petroleum And Petroleum Products Distributors In Nigeria
This study examines the relationship between corporate governance and earnings management of the six petroleum and petroleum products distributors out of the nine petroleum products distributors that are listed on the floor of the Nigeria Stock Exchange. Data were collected from the Annual reports and accounts of the sampled companies covering the period of ten years from 2003 to 2012.

Junaidu Muhammad Kurawa (PhD)
Department Of Accounting, Bayero University, Kano, Kano - Nigeria
The Effect Of Corporate Governance On Dividend Policy Of Listed Banks In Nigeria: A Panel Data Analysis
This study evaluates the effect of corporate governance on dividend policy of five commercial banks out of the fifteen that are listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange over the period of 2003-2012. Data was collected from the Annual reports and accounts of the sampled banks. A panel data methodology (Random-effect GLS regression technique) was employed for the analysis of data.

Junaidu Muhammad Kurawa (Ph.D)
Department Of Accounting, Bayero University, Kano-nigeria
Executive Compensation And Financial Performance Of Listed Banks In Nigeria: An Empirical Analysis
This study examines the effect of top executive compensation on the financial performance of Nigerian banks using causal research design. Documentary data was generated from the financial reports and accounts of the sampled banks. Panel data analysis was used to analyze the compensation-performance impact of nine banks (both old and new generations) over five year period. The study found a

Junaidu Muhammad Kurawa Ph.D
Department Of Accounting, Bayero University, Kano-nigeria
Effect Of Credit Risk Management And The Value Of Bank Loans Guaranteed Under The Nigerian Agricultural Credit Guarantee Scheme
This study examines the impact of credit risks management on the value of the loans guaranteed under Agricultural Credit Guarantee Scheme Fund (ACGSF), over the period 1996-2012. Thirty six states and the Federal Capital Territory, of Nigeria constitute the population of the study. Using a sample selection formula, 30 states were randomly selected, (five from each geo-political zone). Documentary data

Junaidu Muhammad Kurawa (Ph.D)
Department Of Accounting, Bayero University, Kano-nigeria
An Evaluation Of The Impact Of Liquidity On The Profitability Of Nigerian Banks
This paper examines the impact of liquidity on Nigerian Banks profitability. The purpose of the study was to establish the relationship between the liquidity and profitability of the banking sector in Nigeria and to examine whether liquidity has a positive impact on bank’s profits within the period under study. Randomness was employed in selecting the sample size for the

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