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Information asymmetry and corporate communication: results of a pilot study

Author: Dierkens, Nathalie ; Sinclair-Desgagné, BernardINSEAD Area: Finance Series: Working Paper ; 90/83/FIN/TM Publisher: Fontainebleau : INSEAD, 1990.Language: EnglishDescription: 18 p.Type of document: INSEAD Working Paper Online Access: Click here Abstract: In the last years, a very large number of theoretical studies have been analysing signalling policies in numerous situations of asymmetric information. However, no empirical analysis along these lines has yet been done of the overall policy of corporate communication of the firm. The research aims at constructing a database on corporate communication and at testing several theories concerning information asymmetry. Specifically, the link between the quantity of information provided by the firm, and good and bad shocks hitting the firm, will be studied. Also, a test is made to see wether the policy of corporate communication has any measurable effects on stock prices
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In the last years, a very large number of theoretical studies have been analysing signalling policies in numerous situations of asymmetric information. However, no empirical analysis along these lines has yet been done of the overall policy of corporate communication of the firm. The research aims at constructing a database on corporate communication and at testing several theories concerning information asymmetry. Specifically, the link between the quantity of information provided by the firm, and good and bad shocks hitting the firm, will be studied. Also, a test is made to see wether the policy of corporate communication has any measurable effects on stock prices

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