Kjell Henry Knivsflå is professor of financial accounting and valuation at the Department of Accounting, Auditing and Law. He received his doctoral degree from NHH in 1993. His research covers performance analysis, value relevance, earnings management, audit quality, and informational economics and finance.
|Knivsflå, Kjell Henry, Eilifsen, Aasmund||The Role of Audit Firm Size, Non-Audit Services, and Knowledge Spillovers in Mitigating Earnings Management during Large Equity Issues||International Journal of Auditing Volume 20 (3), page 239 - 254, 2016|
|Beisland, Leif Atle, Knivsflå, Kjell Henry||Have IFRS changed how stock prices are associated with earnings and book values? Evidence from Norway||Review of Accounting and Finance Volume 14 (1), page 41 - 63, 2015|
|Eilifsen, Aasmund, Knivsflå, Kjell Henry||How Increased Regulatory Oversight of Nonaudit Services Affects Investors' Perceptions of Earnings Quality||Auditing Volume 32 (1), page 85 - 112, 2013|
|Gjerde, Øystein, Knivsflå, Kjell Henry, Sættem, Frode||The value relevance of financial reporting in Norway 1965-2004||Scandinavian Journal of Management Volume 27 (1), page 113 - 128, 2011|