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IAS 40 (adopted in PSAK 13, 2012) about investment properties allowing companies to choose the method of measuring their investment properties, namely the cost method and the fair value method. Side that oppose fair value method argue that fair value is unreliable and costly. The purpose of this study, therefore, is to examine the relevance of the fair value accounting choice method and determinants that affect of fair value accounting choice method for investment property. This research is using secondary data observation technique which acquired from annual financial reports for real estate, manufacturing, and trading sector companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange during the 2012-2016 period. By using judgment sampling method, the research sample tested were 48 companies (19 real estate companies, 15 manufacturing companies, and 14 trading companies). The results of this research shows that fair value accounting choice method has a positive significant on firm value. In that case shows that fair value accounting choice have a value relevance so it can help investor to make a investment decision. For determinants of fair value accounting choice, that firm size variables has significant positive and leverage significant negatively with determinants of fair value accounting choice while big four has no effect on determinants of fair value accounting choice.
Value relevance, Investment property, Firm size, Leverage, Big four.
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