Comptabilité internationale et évaluation boursière des bénéfices et capitaux propres Application sur le marché Européen et le marché Américain
This paper reviews and analyzes value relevance of earning and equity in two different institutional regimes. The first concerns the European financial market dominated by companies posting their accounts in compliance with IFRS. While the latter is akin to the American market with listed companies apply the US-GAAP. Our issue will aim to find out under what standard and financial market, the association between accounting numbers (earning and equity) and the stock price is the most important? Test results show a statistical superiority of the value relevance of the European market on the American market.
|Date of creation:||11 Sep 2008|
|Publication status:||Published in Congrès des IAE, Sep 2008, Lille, France. pp.CD rom, 2008|
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