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Prior to the implementation of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX), it was commonly believed that it was more economical for firms to retain the same auditors year after year rather than periodically change auditors in order to get a different perspective on their books. Although successor auditors generally absorbed the start-up costs associated with their initial engagement and discounted their initial fees (i.e., practiced "low-bailing"), the costs associated with switching auditors (e.g., filing requirements, "training" new auditors, any penalty the market might assess for changing auditors) were often believed ...
Climate change is happening and people and institutions are already adapting to the changes they are experiencing. Initial studies suggest that adaptations are not necessarily being undertaken solely in response to actual climate change, but perceived changes, climate change mitigation policy and other government policies. National governments are increasingly developing adaptation policies and plans to direct, support and advise on how best to adapt. In some cases, national adaptation policies are being developed in the absence of data showing how adaptation is happening, what people are ... Read More
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