• Computer Science
  • Published 2016

Graph usage in annual reports, evidence from Norwegian listed companies

@inproceedings{Guddal2016GraphUI,
  title={Graph usage in annual reports, evidence from Norwegian listed companies},
  author={Tina Guddal},
  year={2016}
}
As investors and other users of annual reports often focus their attention on graphs, it is important that they portray accurate and reliable information. However, previous studies show that graphs often distort information and mislead users. This study analyses graph usage in annual reports from the 52 most traded Norwegian companies. The findings suggest that Norwegian companies commonly use graphs, and that the graph distortions, presentational enhancement and measurement distortion, are… CONTINUE READING

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