Posted: September 9th, 2021
An annotated bibliography is a list of sources (books, journals, Web sites, periodicals, etc.) one has used for researching a topic (Annotated Bibliographies, 2020).
For all sources used in your Discussion you should:
• Provide an APA formatted Citation (this should look like what you would include in a normal reference section.
• Summarize the source and discuss the research study that was conducted and what the findings were.
• Assess the source and discuss how useful it is and how it compares with other sources in your paper.
• Reflect on how the source will be useful to you in your discussion. How does it help to shape your argument and how are you using it to shape your writing?
Each annotation should look like:
Author (year). Title of article. Title of Journal, Vol no(issue). Pg to pg.
In your summary, you will begin with a discussion of the research question the study is attempting to answer. You will summarize the research that was conducted and the specific findings that were uncovered. You will then provide a summary of what this means for the topic.
Next, you will discuss how the source compares with other sources in your paper and how useful is the source in attributing to your writing.
Finally, you will discuss how the source is useful in your discussion. You will need to be specific on why it is important to use and exactly how you will use it in your writing to shape your arguments.
*Do not use “I” in any of the annotations.
These are the 5 references that need to be annotated;
Dang, N. H., Tran, M. D., & Nguyen, T. L. A. (2018). Investigation of the impact of financial information on stock prices: The case of Vietnam. Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal, 22(2), 1-12.
Houcine, A. (2017). The effect of financial reporting quality on corporate investment efficiency: Evidence from the Tunisian stock market. Research in International Business and Finance, 42, 321-337.
Kim, J. B., Yeung, I., & Zhou, J. (2019). Stock price crash risk and internal control weakness: presence vs. disclosure effect. Accounting & Finance, 59(2), 1197-1233.
Li, T., Xiang, C., Liu, Z., & Cai, W. (2020). Annual report disclosure timing and stock price crash risk. Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, 62, 101392.
Roychowdhury, S., Shroff, N., & Verdi, R. S. (2019). The effects of financial reporting and disclosure on corporate investment: A review. Journal of Accounting and Economics, 68(2-3), 101246.
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