Oxford On (Mis-)information in financial markets

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Companies use many methods to make their financial information available to the market. Whether involuntary – through mandatory reporting required by regulators – or voluntary, these disclosures can have a large effect on the company’s performance in financial markets.

When managers disclose information, are they always saying what they mean? And what effect does reading between the lines have on the financial performance of their firm? In this Dean’s Seminar, Amir Amel-Zadeh, Associate Professor of Accounting at Oxford Saïd Business School, presents his research into information disclosure in financial markets.

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