Earning Quality and Performance of Brazilian Companies of Open Capital
Keywords:Earnings Quality. Performance. Panel Date.
The present work to analyze the relationship between earning quality versus performance of Brazilian companies listed in Brazil, Bolsa, Balcão (B3). The methodology consists of a descriptive, basic and quantitative approach with static panel data and multiple regression application. With a sample of 371 Brazilian publicly traded companies from 2010 to 2016. Nine relevant research hypotheses were elaborated on the relationship between the quality of profit and performance. We confirmed the hypothesis of the relation between the persistence with Return on Asset (ROA) and the persistence relation with the Operating Cash Flow (FCO). It is concluded that the main contribution of the research is the confirmation of the positive relation of the proxy persistence with the performance of the companies in Brazil.
How to Cite
The author (s) authorize the publication of the manuscript in the journal;
The author (s) guarantee that the contribution is original and unpublished and that it is not being evaluated in another journal (s);
The journal is not responsible for the opinions, ideas and concepts emitted in the texts, as they are the sole responsibility of its author (s);
Editors reserve the right to make textual adjustments and adapt to the publication's rules.
Authors retain the copyright and grant the journal the right to first publication, with the work simultaneously licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution License - 4.0 (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0) that allows the sharing of the work with acknowledgment of authorship and initial publication in this magazine.
Authors are authorized to assume additional contracts separately, for non-exclusive distribution of the version of the work published in this journal (eg, publishing in institutional repository or as a book chapter), with acknowledgment of authorship and initial publication in this journal.
Authors are allowed and encouraged to publish and distribute their work online (eg in institutional repositories or on their personal page) at any point before or during the editorial process, as this can generate productive changes, as well as increase impact and citation of the published work (see “The Effect of Open Access” at http://opcit.eprints.org/oacitation-biblio.html).
Authors can use ORCID for identification. An ORCID identifier is unique to an individual and acts as a persistent digital identifier to ensure that authors (particularly those with relatively common names) can be distinguished and their work appropriately assigned.