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Does Stock Price Synchronicity Reflect Information or Noise? The International Evidence
Prior research asserts that stock price synchronicity, defined as the R2 from asset pricing regressions, is a useful measure of the relative amount of firm-specific information reflected in stockExpand
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The Decision Usefulness of Financial Accounting Measurement Concepts: Evidence from an Online Survey of Professional Investors and their Advisors
In their current framework project, the IASB and the FASB identify decision usefulness as the objective of financial reporting. Unfortunately, accounting research has neither yet come up with anExpand
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International Differences in Conditional Conservatism – The Role of Unconditional Conservatism and Income Smoothing
Abstract Prior research documents that conditional conservatism, measured as the asymmetric timeliness of earnings reflecting bad vs. good news, varies with cross-country differences in institutionalExpand
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