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The decision-usefulness of financial reporting

World Accounting Report

The decision-usefulness of financial reporting

A research study released in March provides evidence of the way in which professional investors across Europe use financial reporting information. It draws a distinction between those looking to value the company and those looking to evaluate management performance. It also asks whether corporate governance structure influence the perception of the user, and what is the impact of management compensation being linked to financial reporting results.

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