Study Points To Short-Term Behavior Asssociated With Financial Reporting FrequencyMark Melin
While previous studies have reported a myriad of benefits to frequent financial reporting by corporation, a new study suggests negative impacts practitioners and regulators should consider.
Frequent financial reporting can impose significant costs by inducing myopic behavior
The study, from Arthur Kraft, City University in London, and Rahul Vashishtha and Mohan Venkatachaim at Duke University, suggests frequent reporting of corporate financial results can “impose significant costs by inducing myopic behavior, promoting . . .
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