Does Good Corporate Governance Improve Financial Statements?
Financial statements are supposed to provide useful information to a wide variety of users: equity analysts, investors, creditors, even prospective employees wanting to make sure they’re not about to board a sinking ship. But corporate boards don’t have fiduciary obligations to all of those different groups, and it turns out that this shows up in how they present themselves.
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