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This study finds that the financial press serves an important monitoring role by interpreting the tone of corporate announcements, moderating its impact to market participants in the process. Using textual analysis, we report that the press attenuates both the positive and negative tone of...
This paper analyses the moderating effect of causal ambiguity on the relation between product market competition (i.e. product substitution) and firms’ voluntary disclosure behaviour. Our empirical results show a ‘shape-flipping function’. That is, we observe an inverse U-shaped relation between...
We document evidence that mutual funds, on average, are averse to investing in tax-avoiding firms, which seems anomalous given the potential for two likely motives. Mutual fund managers’ compensation incentives may lead them to prefer tax-avoiding firms, or the fact that mutual funds are...
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