A model of corporate financial communications

Managers face disclosure choices in their value-creation story between public and private disclosure and secrecy. These decision choices are subject to constraints arising from reporting standards and stock exchange rules and informal costs and benefits associated with each choice. This report identifies broad categories of value-relevant information for disclosure to analysts and fund managers.

1 January 2006
John Holland
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