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The Construction of an International Investors' Perception Model for Corporate Published Forecasted Financial Reports for the USA, the UK and New Zealand

Avi Rushinek, Sara F. Rushinek, Lucia S. Chang and Kenneth S. Most
Managerial and Decision Economics
Vol. 4, No. 4 (Dec., 1983), pp. 258-265
Published by: Wiley
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2487294
Page Count: 8
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The Construction of an International Investors' Perception Model for Corporate Published Forecasted Financial Reports for the USA, the UK and New Zealand
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Abstract

Although the utility of corporate published forecasted financial reports to investors has been investigated, the findings are inconclusive. These inconclusive findings may have resulted from the ambiguity of defining the forecasted financial reports or its components. The clarification of the definition of forecasted financial reports or its components is the main objective of the present study. In addition, an investor's utility function is used to measure the utility of such reports for investors regarding the entire forecasted financial reports or their components.

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