This paper examines patterns, antecedents, and effects of (international) cooperation in accounting academia based on 7105 papers published in 15 leading accounting journals. In particular, we investigate the dissemination of different forms of cooperation, identify author characteristics that are related to the propensity of cooperation and analyze whether cooperation is associated with research performance (in terms of research impact and output). Lien vers l'article
ENDENICH, C. and TRAPP, R. (2016). Cooperation for Publication? An Analysis of Co-Authorship Patterns in Leading Accounting Journals. European Accounting Review, 25(3), pp. 613-633.