TITLE

Contrôle institutionnel et valorisation des résultats comptables

AUTHOR(S)
Benkraiem, Ramzi
PUB. DATE
April 2010
SOURCE
Revue Sciences de Gestion;Apr2010, Issue 71, p97
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Recently, the monitoring that institutional investors can exert on firms aroused the interest of researchers as well as professionals of the financial scene. This study aims to examine the influence of the institutional monitoring on the pricing of earnings by the French stock market. The results of our analysis show that, when the institutional investors hold a significant proportion of capital, they apply an active monitoring and increase the informativeness of earnings.
ACCESSION #
49547593

 

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