Year 2020, Volume 2 , Issue 1, Pages 46 - 57 2020-06-24

The Effect Of The Construction and Repair Progress Payments Spanning Years Account-35 on The Market Value of a Company in The Financial Statements Prepared According to International Financial Reporting Standards

Kaan Berk DALAHMETOGLU [1]


The laws and regulations that guide the accounting system in Turkey bringing forth different applications compared to the international accounting system caused users to experience difficulties. The aim of the companies is to facilitate the access to understandable and comparable company information for investors and other financial statement users by preparing their financial statements showing their financial position in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards. National and international investors have been allowed to closely monitor the financial position of publicly traded companies in Turkey through Istanbul Stock Exchange (BIST). Market value of businesses has become one of the issues of increasing importance in financial markets. There are several factors that affect the market value of businesses. In this study, the effect of the 35 Construction and Repair Progress Payments Spanning Years item used by the sample companies operating in the construction sector (whose construction work lasts more than one year) at the Public Disclosure Platform is examined. As a result of the study, it cannot be said that there is a direct positive relationship between 35 Construction and Repair Progress Payments Spanning Years account group and the market value of the business considering the other factors which affect the market value. However, when other factors are ignored, if the progress payments increase, it is concluded that the company has a business in its hand and is active in its field and that its market value may increase.
International Financial Reporting Standards, , 35 Construction Repair Progress Payments Spanning Years Account, , Market Value
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Primary Language en
Subjects Business Finance
Published Date Spring
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Author: Kaan Berk DALAHMETOGLU (Primary Author)
Institution: KASTAMONU ÜNİVERSİTESİ
Country: Turkey


Dates

Publication Date : June 24, 2020

APA Dalahmetoglu, K . (2020). The Effect Of The Construction and Repair Progress Payments Spanning Years Account-35 on The Market Value of a Company in The Financial Statements Prepared According to International Financial Reporting Standards . Quantrade Journal of Complex Systems in Social Sciences , 2 (1) , 46-57 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/quantrade/issue/55193/725289