Graduate School of Business Administration,Department of Business Administration
ROUTLEDGE JAMES

Papers

1. Determinants of the duration of the voluntary administration process: An unconditional quantile regression analysis (Peer-reviewed)
John Goodwin, James Routledge
Journal of Contemporary Accounting & Economics Vol.17,No.3 2021.12
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2. Rethinking Insolvency Law Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic (Peer-reviewed)
James Routledge
Pacific Accounting Review Vol.33,No.2,pp.231-237 2021.8
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3. Institutional Investors, Stewardship Code Disclosures and Audit Fees (Peer-reviewed)
James Routledge
Asian Review of Accounting Vol.29,No.1,pp.61-78 2021.1
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4. Are Directors' Going Concern Financial Statement Note Disclosures Informative? Evidence from Voluntary Administrations (Peer-reviewed)
James Routledge
Insolvency Law Journal Vol.28,No.2,pp.57-69 2020.9
5. Board Turnover and Reorganisation Outcomes: Evidence From Voluntary Administration (jointly worked) (Peer-reviewed)
Chapple, L, Routledge J
Australian Accounting Review Vol.30,No.3,pp.212-224 2020.9
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6. Stewardship Regulation and Earnings Quality: Evidence From Japan (Peer-reviewed)
James Routledge
Accounting Research Journal Vol.33,No.3,pp.543-559 2020.6
7. Women on Boards and Greenhouse Gas Emission Disclosures (jointly worked) (Peer-reviewed)
J. Hollindale, P. Kent, J. Routledge, L. Chapple
Accounting and Finance Vol.59,No.1,pp.277-308 2019.3
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8. The UK Stewardship Code and Investee Earnings Quality (jointly worked) (Peer-reviewed)
C. Lu, J. Christensen, J. Hollindale, J. Routledge
Accounting Research Journal Vol.31,No.3,pp.388-404 2018.9
9. Remuneration Committees, Shareholder Dissent on CEO Pay and the CEO Pay-Performance Link (Peer-reviewed)
K. Kercher, P. Kent, J. Routledge
Accounting and Finance Vol.58,No.2,pp.445-475 2018.6
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10. Voluntary Administration Outcomes: Evidence from Listed Companies During the Financial Crisis (Peer-reviewed)
Routledge, James
Company and Securities Law Journal Vol.35,No.5,pp.322-337 2017.11
11. Use of benchmarks in predicting earnings management? (Peer-reviewed)
R. Kent, J. Routledge
Accounting and Finance Vol.57,No.1,pp.239-260 2017.3
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12. The Association Between Audit Partner Rotation and Audit Fees (Peer-reviewed)
J. Stewart, P. Kent, J. Routledge
Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory Vol.35,No.1,pp.181-197 2016.2
13. Choice of Governance Structure and Earnings Quality (Peer-reviewed)
P. Kent, R. Kent, J. Routledge, J. Stewart
Accounting Research Journal Vol.29,No.4,pp.372-390 2016.1
14. External Administration in Corporate Insolvency and Reorganisation: The Insider Alternative (Peer-reviewed)
L. Chapple, J. Routledge
Insolvency Law Journal Vol.23,No.2,pp.69-80 2015.7
15. Do corporate governance recommendations improve the performance and accountability of small listed companies? (jointly worked) (Peer-reviewed)
Christensen, J, Kent, P, Routledge, J, Stewart, J
Accounting and Finance Vol.55,No.1,pp.133-164 2015.3
16. Do corporate governance recommendations improve the performance and accountability of small listed companies? (Peer-reviewed)
J. Christensen, P. Kent, J. Routledge, J. Stewart
Accounting and Finance Vol.55,No.1,pp.133-164 2015.3
17. Insolvency Administration as a Strategic Response to Financial Distress (Peer-reviewed)
J. Routledge, D. Morrison
Australian Journal of Management Vol.37,No.3,pp.441-459 2012.12
18. Innate and Discretionary Accruals Quality and Corporate Governance (Peer-reviewed)
P. Kent, J. Routledge, J. Stewart
Accounting and Finance Vol.50,No.1,pp.171-195 2010.3
19. Voluntary Administration: Patterns of Corporate Decline (Peer-reviewed)
J. Routledge, D. Morrison
Company and Securities Law Journal Vol.27,No.2,pp.95-107 2009.3
20. The Effect of Changing Firm Characteristics on Capacity to Restructure (Peer-reviewed)
J. Routledge, D. Gadenne
International Journal of Business Studies Vol.15,No.2,pp.25-36 2007.12
21. The Decision to Enter Voluntary Administration: Timely Strategy or Last Resort? (Peer-reviewed)
J. Routledge
Journal of Law and Financial Management Vol.6,No.2,pp.8-12 2007.12
22. Assessing Solvency for Financially Distressed Companies (Peer-reviewed)
J. Routledge, R. McNamara
Insolvency Law Journal Vol.13,No.4,pp.205-212 2005.12
23. Financial Information and Voluntary Administration Outcomes: Evidence from Australian Listed Public Companies (Peer-reviewed)
J. Routledge, D. Gadenne
Accounting, Accoutability and Performance Vol.11,No.1,pp.74-95 2005.1
24. An Exploratory Study of the Company Reorganisation Decision in Voluntary Administration (Peer-reviewed)
J. Routledge, D. Gadenne
Pacific Accounting Review Vol.15,No.1,pp.31-56 2004.6
25. The Company Dividend Restriction: Does it Promote Good Corporate Governance? (Peer-reviewed)
J. Routledge, P.Slade
Company and Securities Law Journal Vol.21,No.7,pp.447-456 2003.10
26. Financial Distress, Reorganisation and Corporate Performance (Peer-reviewed)
J. Routledge, D. Gadenne
Accounting and Finance Vol.40,No.3,pp.233-260 2000.11
27. Voluntary Administration and Success in Company Reorganisation (Peer-reviewed)
J. Routledge, D. Gadenne
Accounting, Accoutability and Performance Vol.5,No.1,pp.55-71 1999.1
28. Voluntary Administration - Creditors' Bargain or Creditors' Dilemma? (Peer-reviewed)
J. Routledge
Insolvency Law Journal Vol.6,No.3,pp.127-135 1998.9
29. An Exploratory Empirical Analysis of Part 5.3A of the Corporations Law (Voluntary Administration) (Peer-reviewed)
J. Routledge, D. Gadenne
Company and Securities Law Journal Vol.16,No.1,pp.4-15 1998.2
30. Voluntary Administration and Commercial Morality: Aligning the Competing Interests (Peer-reviewed)
J. Routledge
Insolvency Law Journal Vol.5,No.3,pp.124-135 1997.9

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Presentations

No. Name of subject/Conference Name Year Site
1. Partner Audit Style Self-Contagion: Australian Evidence(12th International Conference of The Japanese Accounting Review)
Holding date :
Presentation date : 2021.11.6
2. Partner Audit Style: Self- and Cross-Contagion(Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand (AFAANZ))
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Presentation date : 2021.7.5
Virtual
3. Investor Stewardship Code Compliance and Investee Earnings Quality: Evidence from Japan(8th Conference of the World Accounting Frontiers Series)
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Presentation date : 2019.12.4
University of Macau
4. Investor Stewardship Code Compliance and Investee Earnings Quality: Evidence from Japan(27th Annual Conference on Pacific Basin Finance, Economics, Accounting and Management)
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Presentation date : 2019.6.15
National Taiwan University
5. Auditor Independence and Auditor Provided Non-Audit Services(International Accounting Conference)
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Presentation date : 2017.8.27
6. A Comparison of Management and Auditor Going Concern Risk Disclosure: Evidence from Regulatory Change in Japan(American Accounting Association (AAA) Annual Meeting)
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Presentation date : 2017.8.7
7. Auditor-Provided Non-Audit Services and Earnings Quality: Evidence from Multi-Level Analysis(Journal of Contemporary Accounting and Economics (JCAE) Annual Symposium)
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Presentation date : 2017.1.5
8. Auditor-Provided Non-Audit Services and Earnings Quality: Evidence from Multi-Level Analysis(Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand (AFAANZ) Annual Conference)
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Presentation date : 2016.7.3
9. Remuneration Committees, Shareholder Dissent on CEO Pay and the CEO Pay-Performance Link(European Accounting Association Annual Congress)
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Presentation date : 2016.5.11
10. Board Gender Diversity and Going Concern Audit Opinions(The Japanese Accounting Review Annual Conference)
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Presentation date : 2015.12.19

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Research Projects

No. Research subject Research item(Awarding organization, System name) Year
1. Institutional Investor Governance: Evidence from Stewardship Code Disclosures
Scientific Research (C)
( Awarding organization: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science System name: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research )
2021.4 - 2024.4
2. The Japanese Stewardship Code: Compliance and Outcomes
Scientific Research (C)
( Awarding organization: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science System name: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research )
2017.4 - 2019.4