The current issue of the Nordic Journal of Business features two peer-reviewed articles. The first article by Vijay L. Burman, Markus Mättö, Mervi Niskanen and Hannu Ojala investigates the relationship between corporate governance and tax aggression in the Finnish high tax alignment environment. In the second article, Eeva-Mari Ihantola, Timo Hyvönen, Niina Koivunen and Arttu Äijälä examine accountants’ perceptions about the benefits and challenges of full-time telecommuting during the COVID-19 pandemic.
I hope you enjoy reading the two articles included in this issue of the Nordic Journal of Business.
Nordic Journal of Business
Vijay L. Burman, Markus Mättö, Mervi Niskanen and Hannu Ojala – How Does Corporate Governance Affect Tax Aggressiveness? Evidence from Finland
Eeva-Mari Ihantola, Timo Hyvönen, Niina Koivunen and Arttu Äijälä – Accountants in a Telecommuting Laboratory: Individual Experiences of the Benefits and Challenges in Helping Organise Post-Pandemic Work
You can find the entire issue here.