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Title Effects of Sarbanes-Oxley on small & large U.S. firms
Author Fox, Megan
Department Department of Economics and Business
Institution Colorado College
Degree Type bachelor
Degree Name Bachelor of Arts
Type of Resource text
Digital Origin reformatted digital
Date Accepted 2007
Date Digitized 2009
Abstract The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 is controversial in the business world because of its costly and stringent provisions. U.S. firms of all sizes and various industries have difficulty complying with the law yet certain industries and small to mid-sized firms are hardest hit. This study hypothesizes that, due to the proportionately higher economic costs imposed, small to mid-sized firms as well as firms in the most vulnerable of industries are privatizing due to the costs of SOX and will continue to do so without reform of the act.
Keywords Sarbanes-Oxley
Rights Statement Copyright restrictions apply. Contact the author for permission to publish.
Extent 59 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
Note (thesis) Senior Thesis - Colorado College
Note (bibliography) Bibliography : p. 57-59
Publisher Colorado College
Place of Publication Colorado Springs, Colorado
Language eng
OCLC Identifier 162107914
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/10176/coccc:2963
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