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Kliestik Tomas (University of Zilina, Slovakia), Novak Sedlackova Alena (University of Zilina, Slovakia), Bugaj Martin (University of Zilina, Slovakia), Novak Andrej (University of Zilina, Slovakia)
Title
Stability of Profits and Earnings Management in the Transport Sector of Visegrad Countries
Source
Oeconomia Copernicana, 2022, vol. 13, nr 2, s. 475-509, aneks, bibliogr. 88 poz.
Keyword
Zysk przedsiębiorstwa, Zarządzanie zyskami, Transport
Business profit, Earnings management, Transport
Note
JEL Classification: G32, R40, R48
summ.
This paper is an output of the project 313011ATR9 "Research and development of the usability of autonomous UAVs in the fight against the pandemic caused by COVID-19".
Country
Kraje Grupy Wyszehradzkiej
Visegrad Group countries
Abstract
Research background: Business profit and its stable development are key performance indicators. Many enterprises performed earnings manipulation, either upward or downward, according to the current business and macroeconomic situation, as well as time. These activities may interrupt the stationarity of time series. This article focuses on the transport enterprises, and the assessment of bonds in their earnings.
Purpose of the article: The target of the article was to identify the occurrence of non-stationary and its unit root in the EBITDA of transport enterprises for each country in V4 during the period of 2010-2019.
Methods: The stationarity and unit roots in time series were tested by the Kwiatkowski, Phillips, Schmidt, and Shin tests and the Augmented Dickey-Fuller based on the samples of 470 Slovak, 405 Czech, 774 Polish, and 1,056 Hungarian. The behavior of earnings manipulation (the first cause of non-stationarity) was indicated by the Modified Jones model. Additional causes for nonstationarity were confirmed by the regression analysis, including factors such as the GDP, unemployment rate, average monthly gross wage, and the Ease of doing business index.
Findings & value added: The non-stationarity in the time series of EBITDA was disclosed for each country in the V4 region. Earnings management was discovered to be the cause of this erratic development. Thus, the value-added for the authorities and auditors is to show the association between non-stationary and creative accounting. In addition, purposeful downward manipulation in the transport sector occurs, not upward, which is typical in general. The methodology used in the study may be applied cross-sectorally in emerging countries. The labelling of specific macroeconomic variables depending on the country offers enterprises the opportunity to focus on factors with a crucial influence on their existence and activities. (original abstract)
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2083-1277
Language
eng
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http://dx.doi.org/10.24136/oc.2022.015
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