An investigation of the relationship between public and private information: An experimental market study
Accounting policy makers determine the level of accounting disclosure and have a need to assess the effect of their disclosure policies. Public disclosure of accounting information has a direct effect on stock price and an indirect effect induced by changes in the demand for private information. The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between public and private information. An experimental market approach is used to manipulate the level of public disclosure and to isolate the disclosure's effect.
|Authors:||Tucker, Robert Riley|
Florida State University Libraries
|Subject:||Business Administration | Accounting|
|Type of publication:||Other|
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