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The Effect Of Market Incentives On Analyst Forecast Management And Analyst Forecast Error


  • Vahid Biglari Author_Email:

    (University Malaya)

  • Gurcharan Singh Pritam Singh

    (Buckingham Business School,University of Buckingham)


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  • Vahid Biglari Author_Email: & Gurcharan Singh Pritam Singh, 2011. "The Effect Of Market Incentives On Analyst Forecast Management And Analyst Forecast Error," 2nd International Conference on Business and Economic Research (2nd ICBER 2011) Proceeding 2011-215, Conference Master Resources.
  • Handle: RePEc:cms:2icb11:2011-215

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    Analyst’s Effect - Analysts’ Forecast Error - Information and Forecast - Earnings Management - Surplus Bid over Ask for stocks - Forecast Revision;

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    • M0 - Business Administration and Business Economics; Marketing; Accounting; Personnel Economics - - General


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